Earlier in the year, the Supreme Court overruled blue states’ attempts to violate Americans’ rights. It struck down a law in New York that made concealed carry essentially impossible. So, the radical liberal government of the state quickly passed a new set of rules, making it even harder for a New Yorker to defend himself.
A study from the American Journal of Public Health found that nearly 6,000 gun owners carried handguns every day in 2019 compared to roughly 3,000 in 2015. Additionally, the number of people responding to an online survey about the daily carrying of handguns rose from about 9 million in 2015 to 16 million.
The study zeroed in on those who carry a handgun on their person, not just those who might happen to have one in their vehicle.
Illinois is one of the most challenging states for residents to own firearms, given restrictions such as requiring law-abiding residents to possess a Firearm Owner’s Identification card. The requirements are even more cumbersome when one attempts to obtain a concealed-carry license.
Illinois is also one of the states where a concealed-carry license is often the difference between life and death.
Given Musk’s net worth, he’s a prime candidate for having the most state-of-the-art security system available in the world today. He could also afford to hire a small army to protect himself and each one of his eight children non-stop.
Still, he seems to be showing that the most reliable home defense option that an American can have is a bedside firearm.
Liberal anti-gunners came out in droves to respond to Musk’s tweet.
In remarks to reporters on Thanksgiving, President Joe Biden once again attacked Americans’ Second Amendment rights — claiming that allowing “semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick” and vowing to ban them.