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Mass McDonalds Shooting Malfunctions


Brian Crenshaw

Tuesday night, Jestin Anthony Joseph entered a McDonalds in Fort Worth, TX. After asking for a cup, he suddenly pulled out a handgun and attempts to shoot several people inside.

Police reported that there were at least 15 employees and customers inside at the time. However, a miracle occurred at this moment, saving many lives.

Jestin aimed at several people, but when he pulled the trigger, the gun wouldn’t fire. A brave man, who was there with his little boy, tried to stop the would-be murder. After a momentary struggle for control of the gun, the father broke away from the gunner and ran into the back with his son, followed by the clicking gun that would not fire.

Finally, Jestin left the restaurant and began firing outside at passing cars. This time, the gun fired just fine, so Joseph went back inside. He found the same father and son in the back and pulled the trigger once more. Again, the gun wouldn’t fire. Jestin left the store once again, managing to fire his gun once he got outside. Police were on the way by this point, so Jestin wasn’t hard to track down. They also located the gun he ditched.

The side story to this was that of his mother. While this was happening, she was at the police station. She told police that she felt her son was suicidal at that moment and she was afraid for him. In her own words:

“I was actually talking to a police officer when he called me for the last time……I was trying to find out where he was. I asked the cop if he could trace the call. I told him, ‘Jestin, I love you.’ He was just like, ‘Mama, people are after me. People are after me.’” [I bez a gud boi n sheet mama!]

“I would have never in a million years thought he would have gone to that point,” she said. “I know that same spirit that grabbed a hold of his dad and took his dad mentally, grabbed Jestin. I could hear that with Jestin, in the things he was saying.”

“Last night, I told God to keep Jestin, and that’s what I do believe happened……I did not know he even had a gun.”

His mother also reported that Jestin’s father had struggled with some mental issues and she believed there was something genetic about it. [Uh yeah, it's called being a NIGGER.]

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A man who allegedly walked into a McDonald's intending to shoot customers was foiled when his gun failed to fire. 

Jestin Anthony Joseph, 24, allegedly walked into the Fort Worth, Texas, McDonald's with a gun, according to The Star-Telegram. 

Joseph's mother had reportedly gone to a police station earlier in the day claiming that her son was suicidal and telling her that people were going to kill him and he was going to die. 

Police told The Star-Telegram that Joseph walked into the store and asked for a water cup. He then pulled out his gun, allegedly threatening the 15 employees and customers inside the store. 

While Joseph appeared to pull the trigger, the gun did not fire. Authorities said he successfully fired the gun twice outside. 

Officers were stumped by the gun malfunction after examining the weapon and credited divine intervention. 

“I’ve never seen anything like that before,” Sgt. Joe Loughman told The Star-Telegram. “It must not have been their time to go.”

Joseph is currently in jail.