Larry Pratt has a couple of key messages he’d like to get across. “We’ve got to put an end to any establishment, school, business, that’s open to the public and says but you can’t come in with a gun.”
Pratt stopped by KRMG news to preview the message of his Wednesday speech to the Tulsa County Republican Men's Club monthly luncheon meeting.
The event is at the Stokely Event Center and is open to the public and tickets are $10.00 for the speech and lunch. There will also be as raffle for a shotgun.
Pratt told KRMG the time of waiting on police for protection is over “you can carry a gun but you can’t carry a cop” he proclaimed.
Pratt said the key to ending tragedies like those in Aurora and Newtown is to have someone ready to fire back.
“Once the dirt bag realizes game over, they commit suicide” he began. Pratt went on “but the idea is they’ve gone to a place where they think there won’t be anybody able to shoot back.”
Click here to listen here as Pratt talks about his displeasure with Senator Tom Coburn and why he thinks the Second Amendment is misunderstood.