Inauguration of the ‘Roosevelt Courageous Woman’ award

From the Second Amendment Foundation:

BELLEVUE, WA – Recalling that the late former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was a firm, if not outspoken, advocate of personal defense – she campaigned for civil rights in 1958 in Tennessee with a pistol on her car seat – the Second Amendment Foundation today is inaugurating a new award honoring women who use firearms in lawful defense against a criminal attack.

SAF Founder Alan M. Gottlieb announced the award’s first recipient will be a Mississippi grandmother who fatally shot a would-be robber in October.

“We’ve spoken to Harrison County Sheriff George Payne,” Gottlieb added, “who said he is proud of Beth Greer and that she is doing well in the aftermath of this traumatic incident. In defending herself, this courageous lady set an example for others to follow. In the spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt, Mrs. Greer demonstrated that when someone has the will and the means to fight back, they can overcome and win.”

Cool!

One thought on “Inauguration of the ‘Roosevelt Courageous Woman’ award

  1. I want to see someone from the VPC (or other anti-freedom bigot– take your pick) give us their heart-felt response to the actions of said Mississippi grandmother. Then I want to hear them explain how exactly said Mississippi grandmother would have been **so much better off** under a ban on guns, or a requirement that the gun and the ammo be stored separately in locked containers.

    I can almost hear it now: “Violence only begets violence, yak yak yak…”

    Not if the perpetrator is stopped it doesn’t!

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