Homeowner Fires On Masked Gunmen (VIDEO)

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – A terrifying video – in which an armed homeowner in Democrat-run Seattle successfully repels a brutal invasion attempt by three violent, gun-wielding men – has demonstrated that Americans’ Second Amendment rights might be more vital today than ever before.

(see the video below)

The daring criminal attack showing three black males kicking a home’s front door in Auburn, Washington state, a Seattle suburb of 90,000 people, was caught on security footage filmed with a Ring camera.

At approximately 2 a.m. on October 19th, Auburn Police were alerted to a shooting on the 31000 block of 117 PL SE, reports the local news outlet APD.

Responding officers learned from a resident about an attempted burglary involving three armed and masked men at their home.

These individuals falsely introduced themselves as “Seattle Police,” as shown in the security footage, before aggressively attempting to force entry.

Reacting swiftly, the armed homeowner defended his household by firing at the intruders. As a result, the trio hastily retreated.

In an interview with KIRO 7 News, the homeowners, wishing to remain anonymous, expressed their shock over the event.

“I woke up and then like a second later I hear glass shatter and the alarms are going off,” said a concerned neighbor who shared his harrowing experience during the incident.

He recounted hearing an estimated 30 gunshots, hinting at a gunfight between the homeowner and the invaders. His claim was proven by the exchange of gunfire captured in the Ring video and the aftermath of bullet holes across the property, including one in the said neighbor’s window.

“I woke up and then like a second later I hear glass shatter and the alarms are going off,” said the neighbor.

“I was just wondering okay, are they shooting at our house or is it in the area ya know. I was instantly worried that if they weren’t breaking into our house right now that someone was going to come into our yard. Maybe a gunfight was happening in our yard, they were going to break in our house. You never know,” the neighbor elaborated.

“I’m just like, man, they’re lucky to be alive,” the witness said about the home invasion attempt’s victims.

According to KIRO 7 News, the Auburn incident is part of an alarming pattern of recent home invasions in South King County, Kent County and Renton County, Washington.