Neonnettle.com ———–By Jay Greenberg ———Mon., Sept.20/21
When a home invader thought that entering a person’s home and attacking the residents was a good idea, little did he realize that his epic mistake was about to scrub him from the gene pool for good.
According to sheriff’s deputies, two men targetted a residence in the 400 block of Sequoia Drive in Jefferson County, Missouri.The homeowner told the deputies that the men approached the property after midnight Thursday and knocked on the door.
Deputies said the homeowner knew something wasn’t right when he asked who was there, KSDK-TV reported.
An unfamiliar voice replied and the doorknob began shaking, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.At this point, the homeowner realized that those outside were trying to enter the residence and he may need to defend himself and his loved ones.
Thankfully, the homeowner is a Second Amendment patriot and was prepared to exercise his God-given constitutional rights as a law-abiding American.
One of the thugs then reached inside the home and sprayed mace, the paper said.The homeowner said he was hit with the mace, KSDK reported.
The homeowner took action to defend his home and the people inside by firing multiple gunshots at the men in self-defense.
The mace-spraying thug, however, was found in a heap on the porch with a bullet hole in between his eyes.