Three months out and he’s already getting caught

It’s like the newspapers want to tell you only half of the story.
What they aren’t telling you, but could figure out as easily as I just did, is that he’s a convicted felon who was release from prison in February. So he makes it a grand total of 96 days between release and his alleged crime.
But we need to make it harder for people like you and me to get guns.
I could take the average person off the street today, give them the money, and say “Go” and they couldn’t have a NC Concealed Handgun Permit in 96 days. It’d take them longer than a week to find the training, and the Sheriff is allowed to take 90 days to make a decision. But some clown less than 100 days out of prison has a gun in his hand when he robs a local quickie mart.
It isn’t the gun, it’s the criminal holding that gun.

One Response to Three months out and he’s already getting caught

  1. Eric Dailey

    “It’s like the newspapers want to tell you only half of the story.”
    “What they aren’t telling you, but could figure out as easily as I just did, is that…”

    This poses the question, what if the “dailymedia” reported the news the way you do? If they would give the actual story.

    I assure they do know the actual story. Reporters are controlled by editors, editors are controlled by managers, managers are controlled by publishers and owners. So who is controlling the owners?

    They know the story they just don’t tell it.