Random violence by slashing someone or sucker-punching them is another reason why it’s great to have the Second Amendment. When you take away a citizen’s right to defend themselves, they are as helpless as this mom and 5-year old son. One of the “horrified” parents said, “Our kids aren’t safe anywhere, even if we’re with them. It’s too much.” THIS IS WHY YOU CARRY!

While gun laws try and take away our right to arm ourselves, the crime below is Exhibit One for why we need to fight like crazy for gun rights.


Police are looking for a man who punched a 5-year-old in the face while he was riding on a  Brooklyn subway train with his mother.

NYP reports:

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The NYPD says it happened Saturday just before 4:30 p.m.  The mother and son were ridding a southbound “G” train, approaching the Bergen Street station, when the stranger punched the little boy in the face.

Police say the man then taunted the child before getting off the train and running away. He said, ‘Are you going to cry to ya’ mommy?’

The boy sustained bruising and swelling on the left side of his face.  EMS took him to NYU Langone Health.
He was treated and released.

Police are looking for a man described as a black, 20 years-old, short black hair, mustache, 6′ tall, 160 lbs., with a medium build. He was last seen wearing a olive colored long sleeve shirt, black jacket, black sneakers and beige cargo pants.

Police released photos taken by a witness.

We will keep you updated on this crime.


Horrified parents at the subway station Sunday made sure they had copies of the creep’s mug, saying they’d be on the lookout while riding the rails with their own youngsters.

“The guy’s insane,” raged a 38-year-old dad, who only gave his first name, Andrew. “He needs to get locked up before he does something even worse to a child.”

Visibly rattled mom Anne Marie Mellon, pulling her 4-year-old son close, added, “Our kids aren’t safe anywhere, even if we’re with them. It’s too much.”

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