Abused Mother SAVED By Her Children And The Second Amendment!

Gun Control Advocates would have you believe that there is no need for guns. They don’t understand how guns are equalizers. Despite their best efforts, they have not been able to get rid of our second amendment rights. In a story that would likely be overlooked,  a gun recently saved the lives of a mother and her children.

Chandra Nierman,44,  has bad taste in men. She decided to date Steve Kelly, 46, who was not a nice man. He was verbally abusive and was constantly beating on Nierman. But one day he went too far and Nierman’s kids had enough.

Kelly acquired a gun and fired it threateningly a few days prior to his final mistake. Kelly was onto his usually abusive ways when he went too far. He used a curtain and attempted to strangle Chandra. Nierman’s three kids sprang into action.

Nierman’s twelve-year-old son retrieved a firearm and Nierman’s fifteen-year-old daughter took the gun from her brother and fired it twice, striking the deceased male in the chest,” officials said in the statement. “One of the fired rounds fragmented, grazing Nierman’s sixteen-year-old daughter in the leg. The sixteen-year-old was taken to Spartanburg Regional Hospital and was released on Thursday, August 9, 2018. Nierman suffered significant bruises and contusions from the assault.”

Luckily the kids were there to save their mom.

Kelley was found to be a convicted felon, with two domestic violence protection orders active against him from cases involving two different women, one in Indiana and one in Ohio.

Kelley owned multiple guns and kept them in the house. He also was known to carry one with him.

On Aug. 4, a similar incident had reportedly taken place in the same residence when Kelley threatened Neirman and assaulted her by firing several shots, apparently to terrorize her.”

This is one of those cases where you have to thank god that the kids had access to a gun or their mother would have likely died.

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