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Alabama Alarms Libs, House Passes Surprising Bill Right After FL Shooting

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The Alabama House decided to pass a bill expanding their “Stand Your Ground” law.

The bill was passed the day after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Breitbart reported that the move was made with the hopes of pushing church-goers to take their self-defense into their own hands while at their places of worship.

A revision of Alabama’s self defense law was recently passed. The Seattle Times reports that this revision states that a person is “presumed justified in the use of force if they reasonably believe someone is about to seriously harm a church member.”

This essentially means that the bill would specifically be protecting those church-goers who are defending their religious communities.

The Seattle Times reported that Representative Lynn Greer said, “You got nuts everywhere just like you had in the high school in Florida yesterday. Occasionally, they show up in a church.”

The Seattle Times also reported that the bill didn’t just pass, it passed with a huge margin of 40-16.

The Seattle Times reported that Democratic Representative Chris England was whining about the bill saying, “(The bill is) pandering. It doesn’t accomplish anything.”

Chris England also explained that he found it “amazing, interesting that on the day after a school shooting where 17 people were murdered… that in Alabama we are having a debate about trying to figure ways to introduce guns in churches.”

It’s great to see Alabama taking such initiative, especially after a tragedy like we saw last week in Florida.

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