As you may have heard, Chipotle has revised its gun policy.
The restaurant chain is now banning guns within their stores and creating criminal empowerment zones. In a statement released by the company they state:
“Because the display of firearms in our restaurants has now created an environment that is potentially intimidating or uncomfortable for many of our customers, we think it is time to make this request.”
Interesting, because a couple of anti gun rabble rousers go to social media and click a “like” button, Chipotle decides that they will make a company policy disarming all the law-abiding people who would patron their restaurants.
For those who will continue to eat at Chipotle, I wonder how intimidating and uncomfortable it will be for them when actual bad guys with guns come busting in the place with the freedom and foreknowledge that they can get in, rob and shoot up the place, then get out WAY before any police happen to stumble by.
Here is a future likelihood for Chipotle, an event entirely of their own design that actually occurred recently.
In Durham, North Carolina, “The Pit” a BBQ joint whose owner is a proud gun control advocate who prominently displays a sign on his door stating that no weapons are allowed on the premises has been robbed by three men carrying…GUNS. How did this happen you ask? Why didn’t the sign magically repel these men from entering the restaurant?
Because fairy tale wishes and gun control dreams are the stuff of nonsensical naiveté that leaves law-abiding people defenseless when you create Criminal Empowerment Zones.
For some reason, gun controllers think that by putting a sign up on their property, advertising that no resistance will be offered to criminals, they will somehow be safer…and then…like Captain Louis Renault from Casablanca they are “shocked SHOCKED to find out that criminals won’t listen to their signs.”
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