Judge Andrew Napolitano said on Thursday’s Special Report on Fox that because of France’s strict anti-gun policies, the Paris terrorists knew there would be no armed resistance when they attacked Charlie Hebdo, which was much like “shooting fish in a barrel.” The Fox News judicial correspondent explained that the legal system is radically different between France and the United States.
“[France] is not a Western-like society. It is decidedly un-American. There is no death penalty. There is no life imprisonment. Most of the police don’t have guns. A human-being, a non-cop, a non-government official trying to carry a gun? Impossible in France.”
The Judge’s summed up these bullies actions against defenseless journalists with an age-old idiom:
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“What these creeps did yesterday was the equivalent of shooting fish in a barrel. They knew that there would be no firepower whatsoever there to shoot back at them.”
h/t: Daily Caller