Well, Trump has always been a wise man, so, once he'd heard the argument against enhanced background checks, he had to change his mind.
Obama did the same thing. After the school shooting at the school in West Virginia, Barack was all excited he was gonna add mental health qualifications to background checks, and then he failed to ask Congress to fund it. Everyone wondered what went wrong. Come to find out that it's against Federal Law and no one has the cahones to change it. Tough luck! Lol!
Three Philadelphia residents survived an attack by an armed assailant, thanks to a woman who relied upon a gun for self-defense. A pastor, his wife and his son were on their way home from a concert at a local church. As the man and his son were walking to their house, the father saw a stranger who was hunched over and holding a rifle. The outsider approached the father and son as thay were stepping onto their porch. The bad guy demanded the pastor's wallet. After the bad guy lunged toward the pastor, the two men tussled for control of the rifle. During the struggle the father yelled at his son to run away, and the asssailant struck the pastor on the head. The pastor's wife, who had stayed in the car gathering her belongings, then came to her husband's defense, pulling a handgun from her purse and demanding that the badguy drop his rifle. Thet roublemaker then pointed the gun at her, and she shot him. The attacker limped away. Police later apprehended the man, who had sustained a gunshot wound to the leg. (The Phildelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA, 09172016)
Bank robbery doesn't pay when an armed citizen steps up to stop the crime. In Homewood, AL, a man walked into a local bank and held it up. The hooligan, with a piece of cloth wrapped around his hand as if to hide a gun, ordered the people inside to huddle into a corner and hand over their cell phones. As he got ready to leave the bank, the robber pointed the cloth-covered hand at the bank patrons. An armed citizen saw that as an opportunity, pulling out his concealed firearm and firing at the would-be robber. "I was thinking a lot of people's lives were in danger and my life was in danger, too. He pointed whatever he had at us, so I fired a shot at him," said the citizen. The shot missed, but the police arrived and arrested the bad guy as he was fleeing. (AL.com, Homewood, AL, 09212016)
A reccent carjacking in Lubbock, Texas, resulted in a robber facing several charges after threatening a couple. A man and woman were pulling into their driveway when the criminal approached and pointed a handgun at them. As he ordered the male driver to get out of the vehicle and to hand over cash, the woman in the passenger seat retrieved her firearm and handed it off to her companion. The armed citizen then fired several rounds at the robber, striking him in the leg. Officers found the criminal and booked him. (Lubbockonline.com, Lubbock, TX, (09242016)