While I'll agree with your general statement, "where" doesn't matter. Your life and your rights matter. Publix has had its moments also. When the asinine "covid rules" first went into effect, I was verbally accosted, quite loudly, by an insane "Karen" for violating the "directional arrows" on the floor. I said nothing and just ignored her but she kept it up. I turned to get something off a shelf and that's when she noticed my openly carried pistol. Her mouth finally stopped moving and she beat feet elsewhere. I'm sure she thought I was a mass murderer. But women carry also. There are few places I won't go to without my pistol or at least a blade.One incident 10 years ago, the only injury was to the guy's pride. I'll stick with Publix, where shopping is a pleasure.
Walmart, where shopping can turn into a gun fight any moment.
This incident is going to really screw up his next NICS check.Same day weapon purchase as shooting.
Andre Bing — an employee and accused gunman behind six killings at a Chesapeake, Virginia Walmart — legally purchased a 9mm handgun on the morning of the massacre.www.foxnews.com