Police: Man attacks wife with hammer

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — A man is in jail after police say he attacked his wife with a hammer during a domestic dispute.

It happened Sunday morning around 7:30 in the 100 block of North Union Street.

Police said they found a 45-year-old woman with critical injuries. She was taken to Bronson-Kalamazoo hospital.

The suspect, the woman’s 58-year-old husband, is being held in Calhoun County Jail, according to authorities.

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    So where is the “outrage” from the left ? had the assessor used a gun these pages would be crawling with leftist calling for “comprehensive” gun control.
    I guess they only “care” about women harmed with firearms. Hammers, not so much.
    Oddly if you look up the “facts” ( a conundrum for leftists) on the FBI website, hammers account for more injuries or deaths than those scary “assault weapons” ( actually all rifles.

    Funny what the loony left chooses to “care” about, and what it doesn’t. apparently this situation doesn’t fit the narrative.
    So where are the calls to ban assault hammers ?

    PMSNBC’s Harris-Perry: Confiscate Legal Guns So Men Don’t Shoot Their Wives [VIDEO]

    PMSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry says “a lot of people shoot their wives with perfectly legal guns” and that “they wouldn’t if they did not have them.”

    Looks like tampon for earrings Perry just doesn’t care about hammer victims.

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