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Have you ever scoffed at someone for sleeping with a loaded gun under their pillow? If so, then you will probably change your mind after reading about 84-year-old Korean War Veteran Don Lutz of Pennsylvania.

He woke in the middle of the night when two men broke into his home. He grabbed that gun under his pillow and fired into the darkness. Then the two men attacked him. During the scuffle, he fired point blank to the chest of one of the invaders. The man fell dead and the other one fled out the front door.

Lutz credits his faith in Jesus Christ and the Second Amendment for his surviving the attack.

(Keep and Bear) – An 84-year-old Korean War veteran is crediting the Lord Jesus Christ with his shot to the chest of a home intruder on Friday morning that left the intruder dead.

Early Friday morning, two would-be robbers broke into Korean War veteran Don Lutz’s home in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

Lutz recounted that he woke up Friday morning at about 1:15 a.m.

However, no sooner had they entered the house than they were met by Lutz and a handgun that he normally keeps under his pillow.

Lutz says that he fired a shot in the dark and he and one of the men got into a scuffle.  That’s when he shot him point blank in the chest, killing him…

If Democrats had their way, Lutz would not have had a gun with which to defend himself with and would have been at the total mercy of the two intruders. It’s quite possible that he could have been killed trying to protect his home and valuables, but Democrats don’t care how many of us become victims of criminals as long as they can take our guns away from us.

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