Gun sales spike as Ferguson area braces for grand jury decision

On Monday, Steven King, who owns Metro Shooting Supplies told CNN that customers bought 100 guns this weekend. A typical weekend brings in about 30 buyers.

“People are afraid they are gonna throw Molotov cocktails,” says King, referring to the mostly nonviolent protests that have taken place in Ferguson since the shooting.

The increase in gun sales reaches across racial and ethnic lines, he says.

“A lot of black people coming in saying they are afraid of the hooliganism,” he says.

“But not all of Ferguson is hooliganish. The media portrays us that way. If the world can just see this is one little street in Ferguson going crazy, they’d understand that we’re not just one big burning city.”

FK – Gee, the commie news network managed to create an almost unbiased story.

Good, good and good. Wilson probably did what he had to do but that doesn’t change the fact that we must get control of how these jr. nazis are trained. They must also have the power to deal with the commie insurgents that show up at these events trying to egg on their ‘revolution.’ Maybe we should put some of those FEMA camps to use until our blood domestic enemies can be shipped out of the country, because they don’t belong here.