Florida Man Was Playing Video Games when Someone Broke Into His House, so He Powered Up the Second Amendment

Having to pause your video game can be annoying. It doesn’t matter if it’s because your girlfriend or mother is nagging you, you can’t hold it in anymore after seven hours of energy drinks and pizza rolls, or in the case of one Florida man, people breaking in to your home. Unfortunately for the armed intruders, the incident turned into a live action Borderlands 2. Because my man here was a gun owner, and two out of the three intruders are no longer with us.

Honestly, it’s never smart to break into someone’s home, but it takes a special kind of idiot to do it in Florida. Sheriffs in the Sunshine State lately have made it clear they don’t give a f*** (see POLK COUNTY SHERIFF ISSUES WARNING TO RIOTERS: CITIZENS WILL “BLOW YOU BACK WITH THEIR GUNS”! and BLACK SHERIFF WARNS RIOTERS AND PROTESTERS: THE CITIZENS ARE ARMED AND I HAVE THEIR BACKS). This is how the second amendment works. Yes, ideally, you’d want the police to take care of things before leftists have them defunded. That’s not always an option. Like for instance, when armed intruders are already in your home while you’re trying to play Super Smash Brothers. It’s either you or them. Make sure it’s them.

What I want to know is, immediately after letting the intruders know this was a bad day for them, did he sit right back down and unpause game? That would be pretty bad ass if he did.

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