Hero: Leo Johnson, the security guard who protected the FRC


According to Twitter reports, Johnson — despite being shot in the arm — was among those who tackled the shooter to the ground:

He is reportedly in the hospital now, in stable condition. His injuries are reportedly not life-threatening:

Please keep Mr. Johnson in your prayers.

  • http://strawberrysprinks.blogspot.com/ Ashley

    Really happy no one was seriously injured in this act of domestic terrorism & so thankful that even though injured the hero had enough courage and bravery to act so that no one else was hurt.

  • EM

    just goes to show that the left leaning liberal loser extremists are continuing to show their true side….its ok to kill fetuses, its ok to kill security guards. lovely

  • weRbroke

    Bless Leo for being a hero.

  • http://twitter.com/B0BAL00 B0BAL00

    What the heck is FRC?

    • http://www.facebook.com/britt.rodriguez Britt Rodriguez

      family research council. they stand for the traditional christian family. and they are literally being attacked for it now

    • $21367552


  • http://twitter.com/lazypadawan lazypadawan

    Glad to hear Mr. Johnson will be okay.

  • Michael G Hintze

    God bless Leo Johnson for his bravery and self-sacrifice. I pray that he will make a full and speedy recovery.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Simmons/1682117904 Scott Simmons

    Does anyone else find it ironic that so much of the gun violence we’ve seen lately is being committed by lefties?

    • http://pennyrobinsonfanclub.net/ Penny Robinson Fan Club

      Not at all, we know that they are are the most reliably dangerous ones.

  • http://quadgmoto.myopenid.com/ QuadGMoto

    Well done Mr. Johnson, for protecting the lives of everyone around you! May God bless you and give you a speedy (and pain free!) recovery.

  • HWGood

    “Brandon Morse

    This #FRC story has a hero as well as a villain. God bless that security guard..”To the left, the hero was the shooter, Leo Johnson was the villain.

  • David Frizzell

    In this case, someone paid for armed security – it paid off in lives saved.