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Jul 11 2014

Rash of Armed Crimes Against Target Customers Since Announcement of Anti-Gun Policy

Good thing that due to the company’s depraved policy of advancing homosexual adoption (helping to create situations like this, this, this, this, and this), not to mention its banning of Salvation Army bell-ringers and promotion of the cult of communist executioner Che Guevara, I never set foot in Target stores. Thanks to the company’s recently announced policy requesting law-abiding customers not to carry firearms, the stores are not safe.

Obviously only the most assiduously rule-adhering will abide by such a policy. Consequently:

According to reports, including one in the Gainesville Times, Target shoppers at two different stores in Georgia have been robbed by armed assailants since the discount retailer announced the policy on July 2, 2014. …

Unfortunately, similar incidents have taken place at other Target stores. This includes a woman having her purse and car stolen by an armed assailant at a Target in Atlanta, and a man who was robbed of $500 at gunpoint at a Target on Shallowford Road, which is about 50 miles northeast of Atlanta.

Jerry Henry states the obvious at GeorgiaCarry.org:

“That’s what happens in gun-free zones. They actually should be called victim-enrichment zones because that [is] what they are. If anyone want[s] to commit a crime with impunity, take your gun where there are no guns. You can do what you want, get in and get out and there’s nobody to stop you.”

Although the Target policy isn’t an outright ban, by creating the impression that the law-abiding are less likely to be armed, the company has painted a target on its customers.

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Another reason to shop at Walmart.

On tips from Bill T and JusttheTipHQ.



28 Responses to “Rash of Armed Crimes Against Target Customers Since Announcement of Anti-Gun Policy”

  1. ThisObamaNation says:

    I use to really like shopping at Target. That was before they started stealing credit card information and getting involved in controversial issues like gun control.
    Oh well, I guess I will have to take my business else where.
    http://www.commieblaster.com

  2. ThisObamaNation says:

    I use to really like shopping at Target. That was before they started stealing credit card information and getting involved in controversial issues like gun control.
    Oh well, I guess I will have to take my business else where.
    http://www.commieblaster.com

  3. TED says:

    YOU da target! Once again some of that JUSTICE slaps them in the face. I really never liked Target so NO loss to me, BUT ” I pity da fools”.

  4. TED says:

    YOU da target! Once again some of that JUSTICE slaps them in the face. I really never liked Target so NO loss to me, BUT ” I pity da fools”.

  5. TED says:

    Ole’ Target, makin’ it easy on the criminals (leftists).

  6. TED says:

    Ole’ Target, makin’ it easy on the criminals (leftists).

  7. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I don’t go to Target. If I did, I’d treat the situation like I do Chipotle (which I like quite a bit): keep the weapon concealed. Of course, that’s perfectly legal where I am (even signs posted don’t have the force of law behind them), so YMMV on that.

  8. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I don’t go to Target. If I did, I’d treat the situation like I do Chipotle (which I like quite a bit): keep the weapon concealed. Of course, that’s perfectly legal where I am (even signs posted don’t have the force of law behind them), so YMMV on that.

  9. Bill T says:

    Michelle Obama Moves To Make National Gun Confiscation A Reality
    http://americannews.com/michelle-obama-moves-to-make-national-gun-confiscation-a-reality/

  10. Bill T says:

    Michelle Obama Moves To Make National Gun Confiscation A Reality
    http://americannews.com/michelle-obama-moves-to-make-national-gun-confiscation-a-reality/

  11. Jester says:

    Successful armed robberies are essential for the completing of the Cloward-Piven strategy.

  12. Jester says:

    Successful armed robberies are essential for the completing of the Cloward-Piven strategy.

  13. Agrippa says:

    Shallowford Road is in Chattanooga, TN, not “50 miles north of Atlanta.” Get your facts straight, reporter! Used to like Tar-jay, but will stop shopping there now, until they get their heads straight on this whole “concealed carry” thing. Our local Wal Mart is a little further away from home, but I’ll pay the gas to get there instead (at least so long as Wal Mart doesn’t go PC on us!).

  14. Agrippa says:

    Shallowford Road is in Chattanooga, TN, not “50 miles north of Atlanta.” Get your facts straight, reporter! Used to like Tar-jay, but will stop shopping there now, until they get their heads straight on this whole “concealed carry” thing. Our local Wal Mart is a little further away from home, but I’ll pay the gas to get there instead (at least so long as Wal Mart doesn’t go PC on us!).

  15. JTW says:

    fits the logo nicely, which probably is depicted in full colour on the back and chest of employee jerseys as well as on shopping bags…

    Good thing there’s other places to get office supplies.

  16. JTW says:

    fits the logo nicely, which probably is depicted in full colour on the back and chest of employee jerseys as well as on shopping bags…

    Good thing there’s other places to get office supplies.

  17. Son_of_Taz says:

    No sign stops me from CCW. I don’t go to Target much but if I am there I don’t want to become one. Told Mrs Taz to stay away from there since she doesn’t carry.

  18. Eddie_Valiant says:

    No sign stops me from CCW. I don’t go to Target much but if I am there I don’t want to become one. Told Mrs Taz to stay away from there since she doesn’t carry.

  19. creeper says:

    I wrote Target to protest their policy. They doubled down.

    You’d think after the loss of business in the wake of their credit card debacle they’d have been careful not to offend anyone else. And yet here we are. This will not end well for them.

  20. creeper says:

    I wrote Target to protest their policy. They doubled down.

    You’d think after the loss of business in the wake of their credit card debacle they’d have been careful not to offend anyone else. And yet here we are. This will not end well for them.

  21. HG says:

    The Shallowford road Target where the crime took place is about 50 miles from Atlanta. It’s at the corner of Shallowford and Sandy Plains. I used to shop there but no more. I’m with you on Walmart. I hope they don’t go ape tish. like Target, et al.

  22. HG says:

    The Shallowford road Target where the crime took place is about 50 miles from Atlanta. It’s at the corner of Shallowford and Sandy Plains. I used to shop there but no more. I’m with you on Walmart. I hope they don’t go ape tish. like Target, et al.

  23. billyoblivion says:

    I wrote them for clarification, got nothing back.

  24. BillyOblivion says:

    I wrote them for clarification, got nothing back.

  25. depwavid says:

    I had no idea Target was Moonbat Central; back in the Seventies in Colorado Springs they used to have a nice gun section!

  26. Depwavid says:

    I had no idea Target was Moonbat Central; back in the Seventies in Colorado Springs they used to have a nice gun section!

  27. keyplate says:

    look what happen to jcp after they had ellen degenerate do their advertising.Target will pay for this .GOD is not amused.

  28. keyplate says:

    look what happen to jcp after they had ellen degenerate do their advertising.Target will pay for this .GOD is not amused.


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