A mother of four stood up to Beto O’Rourke at a campaign stop in Colorado — telling him that “hell no, you’re not taking my gun.”
The pro-Second Amendment woman told the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to his face that she “understands that he has a criminal record” and that criminals tend not to like armed citizens who can defend themselves.
O’Rourke has infamously claimed, repeatedly, that “hell yes, we are going to take your AR-15.”
A pro-2A Mother confronts @BetoORourke and asks him how he plans to take guns away from law-abiding citizens.
Beto said during a recent debate “hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15 and AK-47.”
“I am here to say hell no, you’re not,” the woman responded. pic.twitter.com/9oOkmCDgGv
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 20, 2019
“I was one of the gun owning Americans that heard your speech and heard what you had to say regarding ‘hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15s and your AK-47’ and well, I am here to say hell no you’re not. So, with that, I would like to know how you intend to legislate evil, because it’s not the gun it’s the heart of the man,” the brave woman asserted to boos from the far-left crowd.
The woman explained that she lived nearby both the Aurora shooting and Columbine shootings and pointed out that the people who were targeted by crazed shooters had no way to defend themselves.
“So, I want to know how you intend to legislate the hearts of men and leave American citizens like myself, American mothers — I have four children — I’m 5’0 and 100 pounds, I cannot really defend myself with a fist –” the woman continued.
A man in the crowd interrupted to ask her if she had her AR-15, which lead to a stunning response.
“I don’t have my AR-15 today, I have my glock,” she asserted.
The man told her that she shouldn’t have it and she responded sweetly, “don’t worry sir, I have your back.”
The woman soon went on to call O’Rourke out on his criminal history and the fact that “burglars do not like armed defense.”
“Yet, that is a right that we have that shall not be infringed in America,” she concluded.