Two American heroes who bravely intervened in two Texas mass church shootings spoke out this week to rip Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for his gun control plan, which they say is “insane.”
The National Rifle Association posted a video of proud gun owners Jack Wilson and Stephen Willeford, the latter of whom used an AR-15 to stop a gunman at Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church in Texas in 2017. At the time, Biden criticized him for using an AR-15, saying, “The kind of gun being carried, [Willeford] shouldn’t be carrying.”
“If it was Hunter Biden and your wife and family sitting in those pews at that church, would you still not want me to have this gun to protect them with?” Willeford fired back in the NRA video.
“[Biden] wants to make gun ownership only affordable to the elite,”The fact is, the only thing that will keep us safe in times of evil are our guns. Evil will always exist,” added Jack Wilson, who used a pistol to thwart a fatal shooting Dec. 29, 2019, at the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas.
Wilson went on to warn that “Biden’s dream” will cost American lives.
“Biden’s dream is to leave us all defenseless against criminals,” said Wilson. “I put a terrorist down in a matter of seconds with this gun, and it’s not even a weapon of war or whatever that means. You know what Joe told me? That I shouldn’t have been armed in that church.”
Wilson and Willeford, wh are both members of the NRA, agree that Biden’s gun control plan is “insane” and will “hurt public safety, raise billions in taxes, and force millions to give up their weapons.”
They then pointed out that Biden has vowed to put anti-gun advocate Beto O’Rourke in charge of gun policy and let gun control advocate Sen. Kamala Harris lead the charge in that area.
“All of this is nuts,” said Willeford.