Those wacky Democrats never quit. This time, it’s in Texas:
However, a very worrying piece of legislation was introduced by Irving State Representative Terry Meza. HB 196 seeks to repeal the Castle Doctrine, preventing a homeowner from using firearms to defend their property.
She believes that homeowners are too eager to pull the trigger when facing armed home invaders.
"I'm not condoning stealing, it is against the law," Meza says, "but it's not an offense that is punishable by death."
After making the outrageous remarks, Meza complains that people accused her of being anti-second amendment.
"People are already attacking me on Facebook saying I'm against the 2nd Amendment," she says.
She clarified that homeowners would still be allowed to defend their lives, but not using firearms. Using a firearm to fight an intruder would lead to legal problems for the victim.
Can you guess who she’s endorsed by?
So there you have it. Moms Demand Action is a ”criminal protection” organization. I doubt this bill will go anywhere though, but if it does, if this was happening to a woman in Texas, she could get in trouble legally for shooting the intruder: