Moms Demand that coach’s wife allow him to be beaten to death, rather than use a gun

Moms Demand that coach’s wife allow him to be beaten to death, rather than use a gun

[Ed. – Moms Demand Death for the Rest of Us isn’t the only problem in this tale, clearly.  The youth football director and the whole institutional reaction are a sign of fatal civilizational weakness.  Emphasis original.]

In Wichita, Kansas a group of men began mercilessly beating a youth football coach because one of the men’s son wasn’t allowed to play in a game.  And why wasn’t the kid getting playing time?  Because he and his family STOLE the football equipment from the previous year…or rather that they didn’t return it. …

When the group of men found him they started to beat the coach, some were wearing brass knuckles so they came with premeditated malice, and they very likely would have killed the man had not his wife pulled out a gun and fired a round in the air. …

The shot was enough to halt the attack, at which point the Coach broke free, ran to his car and got HIS gun.  To which he held back any further assault.  The group of thugs turned tail and rain like cowards always do when faced with armed resistance.

By the time police finally arrived it was over except for one gnawing issue.  Though not charged, the Coach and his wife’s guns were confiscated as “evidence.”

The Director of the Team’s football program, Jeremy Burris, has said the Coach has been relieved of his position and his wife has also been dismissed from any involvement with the team.

While Burris stated that the coach has been “a great role model” and that “he’s really helped”; he then went on to stick his foot squarely in his mouth by stating the following:

“You can’t take weapons out around children.”

“We pride ourselves on zero tolerance for anything that goes on.” –hence the reason the coach was removed.

Not even to stop yourself from being BEATEN to death?

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