Black Friday Mayhem: Brawls, Shots Fired, Guards Beating Back Angry Hordes. Merry Christmas! (VIDEO)

Every year Americans stampede blindly in a Black Friday craze to save a few bucks and get certain Christmas deals. The holiday of love and giving just wouldn’t be the same without people beating the living daylights out of each other over TVs. Things would not be merry without brawls in malls and guards beating back angry hordes either. Tis’ the season. Add tempers and guns to the mix and things get explosively deadly. That happened in an Alabama mall this year.

A 21-year-old man got into an argument with an 18-year-old guy. He then pulled a gun and shot the teenager and a 12-year-old girl as well. Both the teenager and the girl will live. Police followed the suspect who of course ran and then was shot and killed. Unfortunately, incidents like this are not uncommon this time of year. The Daily Wire has more on this tragic turn of events:

That quaking beneath your feet is not a stampede; it’s the march of hungry consumers barging through the local Best Buy in pursuit of that 50% off SmartTV for Black Friday.

Nothing quite says “Merry Christmas!” like beating the living daylights out of a total stranger for snagging the last “Sally Wets Her Pants” doll on the shelf. Gone are the days of gathering around the fireplace for some Nat King Cole and roasted chestnuts; in 2018, Black Friday is the ritual by which we welcome the “most wonderful season of all,” and this year started off with a bang … literally.

According to local reports, an altercation between two adults outside of a Footaction at the Riverchase Galleria in Alabama resulted in one death and two injuries after a 21-year-old male suspect pulled his gun and fired on an 18-year-old male shopper. More from the report:

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