If gun bans worked, the terrorist who was subdued by Americans in France wouldn't have had guns, Casey Hendrickson says


By: Casey Hendrickson casey@953mnc.com

Three Americans thwarted a terrorist attack on a train in Europe over the weekend and showed the world the true meaning of courage.

During the show on Monday, Aug. 24, I compared the actions of these men with those who stood by and watched a man get beaten and stabbed on a DC metro train last month.

Is courage contagious?​

Also, how did the terrorist pass his background check to get the guns before boarding the train given that he was under investigation as a potential terrorist in three countries?

Trick question: the guns he had weren’t legal in Belgium (where he boarded the train), or France (where he was subdued). If gun bans work, how did he get banned guns?

Listen to the full segment above.