Grieving Husband: I’ll Never Give Up My Rights!

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Tony Burditus attempted to flee when the bullets started raining down on him while he was at the country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada Sunday night.  Sadly, Burditus’ wife did not survive the massacre and he’s got a brave and powerful message for everyone else who seeks gun control after such a horrific atrocity.

Denise Burditus was struck and killed before she could make it to safety, dying in her husband Tony’s arms. Her husband of 32 years wants the world to know she had a “beautiful smile” and was “a great person” as he spoke to Sean Hannity on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” Wednesday. Burditus recounted the harrowing moments before his wife was struck in the head by a bullet. He shared that family members back home were supporting one another. “We’re ready to get Denise home and let everything start to heal,” he said

BizPacReview reported that the couple had two children and four grandchildren with a fifth on the way. According to a GoFundMe account set up for the family, the high school sweethearts lived in West Virginia where Green Beret Tony Burditus moved after retiring from the Army.

While on the show, Hannity asked Burditus, as well as another survivor of the shooting who was a guest on the program, what the appropriate response should be from the nation after this and other tragedies as everyone “races into a big debate over gun control.”

“You lost your wife,” Hannity said to Burditus. “What is the right thing for the country to do and how to handle it?”

“It was a tragedy, Sunday night,” Burditus replied. “I still will never give up my rights.”

Burditus spoke for many gun owners when he said that even though his wife succumbed to gunshot wounds, he would never give up his rights.  Most harbor those exact same sentiments.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Tony Burditus and his family and this very difficult time, and may Denise rest in peace.

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  • John C Carleton

    As this was obviously a false flag perpetrated by Washington DC, the gun control needed is to keep firearms out of the reach of US government.
    Ban the USA government from owning firearms, save millions of innocent lives.

    • gazoo3

      Looks like they finally jumped the shark, this time nobody’s buying it.

  • dav1bg

    This will only end when the alphabet security agencies are defunded.

    • Jonn

      Unfortunately, that won’t do the trick. They’ll just start using numbers.

  • SP_88

    It’s good to see that this guy is still willing to stand up for his rights, even after losing his wife in a very horrible way. This tragedy hasn’t affected his judgment and caused him to make decisions based on emotions and not logic. I offer my most sincere condolences for your loss. I can’t imagine how heartbroken you must be.

    This is exactly the opposite of what the country singer who was on stage at the time said. He was so scared that he now is against the second amendment. Clearly it’s an emotionally driven change of heart. And I don’t fault him for being scared. I could imagine many people were scared that night. And he made that decision after the fact, but he was probably still shaken by the incident.
    If, after he has time to wrap his head around this, he comes to his senses, I will understand. That was a horrible tragedy.
    But, if he is still spewing anti-gun nonsense after many months, then he is a fucking sellout and a coward. Don’t sell our rights down the river because you fucken feel bad. If you feel bad, say you feel bad. Don’t suddenly declare that we shouldn’t have our gun rights just because you can’t deal with your feelings.
    No matter what your feelings are, if you say how you feel, I will respect that. But when you advocate for taking away our rights, I cannot and will not respect you for that. You have the right to say whatever you want, but I don’t have to like it or respect it.
    I sincerely hope you come to your senses.

  • davee

    Hannity was more emotional than any of them. Especially the husband who’d just had his wife murdered in his arms. I guess we’re all different, but I can’t fathom being that calm after such a tragedy.

    • Odin Indaway

      Were you ever in the military?

      • davee

        No.

        • Congratulations on never having committed treason for your government.

          • davee

            Thank you. I’ve always had issues with authority, and generally felt capable of making my own decisions. Wars not quite like tribesmen defending their village lately either. I don’t like it.

          • The war of 1812 was the last time that America was actually under an attack that it hadn’t created for the profits of the military industrial congressional complex. Kevin Shipp explains it well at http://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=11&v=XHbrOg092GA

          • It has always been difficult to defend one’s own village when one is on another continent.

  • James Higginbotham

    while we ALL feel so SAD about the lost VICTIMS, and others hurt by this MADNESS.
    I AGREE WITH THIS GENTLEMAN we will NOT GIVE UP OUR NATURAL RIGHTS TO ANY GOVT.

  • dennis cheever

    The reason for the 2nd Amendment is for the people to protect themselves from the government. That was the reasoning of our founders. And as is turning out, we might need to do that very thing SOON.

    • The vast majority of Americans are grossly unarmed to handle the job.

      • IQ140

        I disagree, but it’s OK for the government to believe that.

        • I’ve not with the government, but I only have one handgun, one shotgun, and two Ruger 10-22s, and I am better armed than the vast majority of the people I know. You?

          • IQ140

            I never reveal what I have or don’t have. Better to keep them guessing.

          • They probably already know, given that you brag about what you claim to know. You have probably bragged about what you claim to own in similar fashion.

      • dennis cheever

        The vast majority of Americans are grossly unarmed to do any JOB, of any kind. Thanks to Government schools{Propaganda machine}, and supposedly higher learning.

        • That premise applies equally well when one is talking about voters, who can’t be counted on to make their selections for anything but the most shallow of considerations.

  • donl

    10-6-2017 Rush Limbaugh said the shooter was a registered Democrat. Therefore, if you want gun control, keep fire arms away from democrats.

    • Rush Limbaugh also says we need to jail drug addicts like himself.

  • What authority of any kind can be exercised against an supposed actor who was a solo actor?
    Innate rights cannot be given up, only denied and infringed.

  • You got more time to act like an arrogant judge of his actions.