Look at the difference in size between her and her attacker and notice how she evened the odds.
It doesn’t matter that the woman was an off-duty cop or not… a difference in size is a real disadvantage in a physical confrontation like this one.
Things could have ended very badly for her. Fortunately, she was prepared for the worst when it came.
The worst did come. But it did not catch her unaware.
Guns are the great equalizers.
A female off duty police officer gets confronted my a much larger man.
He attempts to overpower her.
Not this time buddy.
Gun rights are women’s rights
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 27, 2019
Gun rights are women’s rights.
Next time someone starts talking about ‘toxic masculinity’ you might want to ask if they really care about rape culture (or at least, the threat of actual rapists) and really want women’s rights protected.
When they say ‘yes’ — and who wouldn’t — congratulate them for becoming a proud supporter of Second Amendment rights.
Anyone who has made up their mind that they never want to be a victim — whether they are straight or gay, black or white, male or female should be in favor of law-abiding citizens having a right to carry.
Not only did this woman not have time to call a cop — she IS a cop.
If this woman — a trained cop — needed lethal force to protect herself, at the first moment she faced real danger, how much more so the rest of us who don’t have a fraction of her work-related self-defence training?
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