Father Holding Infant Fights Off Attackers With Gun

Outside of a McDonald’s in Memphis, Tennessee, a group of thugs attacked a father holding his baby.

The father attempted to defend himself and save his baby from harm during the attack. Being outnumbered the father knew it might take more drastic measures to protect himself and his baby.

From Brietbart:

“Witness David Chase said, “They jumped out of the car and they started fighting him and trying to take his wallet and stuff.” He added, “He was fighting them. He dropped his baby and started fighting them and the child was just sitting on the concrete.”

Chase then heard gunshots rang out and the suspects fled the scene. It was later learned that the father had managed to get to his gun and fire the shots, wounding one of the suspects.

ActionNews5 reports that the wounded suspect “showed up later at a nearby fire department” for treatment. His was taken to a hospital in “non-critical condition.”

While the main-stream-media will continue to try to hide stories like this, of law-abiding citizens lawfully using their guns for self-defense, there is no denying it happens.

As the gun debate in America rages on, it’s important to know your rights and know that owning a firearm could end up saving your life.

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Comments

  1. I worry about the baby. Question is, does the father? Or is he just a bad guy with enemies who happens to have a kid?

  2. what difference does it make if he was a bad guy or not. He protected his child.

  3. Eric Granberg… what is wrong with you! Did you NOT read they were trying to ROB HIM, take his wallet and stuff!?! Had he NOT had a gun, the thugs may have killed him and taken the child! And while Georgia is not an open carry state, it is LEGAL with a permit. He must have had a PERMIT, which criminals can’t get, otherwise, he would also have been ARRESTED. Use some common sense!

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