By Townhall. Earlier today Walmart CEO Doug McMillon officially announced a number of firearms and ammunition will no longer be sold at stores nationwide. The statement was quite incoherent, but here it is. . .
Here is the @WalmartInc press release making the announcement about discontinuing ammunition sales. The CEO's description of ammunition and firearms is bizarrely incoherent. Great to know they put zero effort into learning about the products they sell. https://t.co/9jDviI1pkj
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) September 3, 2019
Just last month an armed citizen became a hero after stopping a mass shooting at a Walmart in Missouri. . .
Last year, an armed citizen stopped a shooting spree in Washington state.
McMillon’s decision makes Walmart customers and employees less safe. (Read more from “Did Walmart’s CEO Forget About These Armed Heroes Who Stopped Massacres at His Stores?” HERE)
Armed Man Arrested at Missouri Walmart; Stopped by Citizen with a Gun
By NBC 25 News. Police in Springfield, Missouri, said they arrested a man who showed up Thursday at a Walmart store carrying a rifle and wearing body armor, terrifying shoppers who fled from the store. . .
Lucas said an off-duty firefighter held the suspect — a 20-year-old man who was not immediately identified — at gunpoint until police arrived about three minutes after receiving an initial call.
“Thankfully, there weren’t any shots fired. I think it’s great that that off-duty fire man was here,” Lucas said. (Read more from “Armed Man Arrested at Missouri Walmart; Stopped by Citizen with a Gun” HERE)
Armed Civilian Kills Gunman, Stops Shooting Spree at Walmart in Washington State
By The Washington Post. A gunman who opened fire inside a Walmart in Washington state and injured at least two people during carjacking attempts was fatally shot by one of two armed civilians on Sunday evening, according to police.
The Thurston County coroner identified the dead suspect as Tim O. Day, 44, though police said they were still piecing together the full story of what happened at the Tumwater, Wash. Walmart. . .
There he attempted to carjack another vehicle, shooting an occupant in it at least twice. Apparently frustrated in his effort, the gunman then attempted a second carjacking.
At that point, Wohl said, two armed civilians in the parking lot confronted the suspect, one of whom fatally shot the man. (Read more from “Armed Civilian Kills Gunman, Stops Shooting Spree at Walmart in Washington State” HERE)