Reports of the number wounded and killed were still coming out of Las Vegas last evening as Kansas City Chiefs player, Marcus Peters, sat on his ass during the National Anthem. Most NFL players figured out this was stupid and stood to respect the flag and the country, but for some reason poor Marcus felt the need to sit and disrespect even as we mourned dozens of dead Americans.
Luckily we found a reminder of what a real man looks like.
Check this out:
— Ivan Trumpovic (@ManMountain78R3) October 3, 2017
The young man with a bandage on his left shoulder is Jonathan Smith, and he saved the lives of roughly 30 people in Las Vegas.
From the Washington Post:
Smith was focused on saving his nieces — 22, 18 and 17 years old — but they separated in the crowd. He says he turned back toward the stage to look for them, he saw people hunched behind a sheriff patrol car at the northwest edge of the concert lawn. Others were so frightened they didn’t know what to do. He kept shouting, “Active shooter, active shooter, let’s go! We have to run.”
He grabbed people and told them to follow him toward a handicapped parking area in the direction of the airport, away from Las Vegas Boulevard. It was a large field with several rows of vehicles. Smith and the others crouched down behind one of the last rows of cars.
“I got a few people out of there,” Smith said. “You could hear the shots. It sounded like it was coming from all over Las Vegas Boulevard.”
He was shot helping people during the Las Vegas shooting. His heroics helped his photo go viral. https://t.co/ueCmZ2oQ8c
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 3, 2017
Meanwhile Marcus Peters, a privileged and wealthy football player, sat on his privileged posterior because he hates Trump and was ‘resisting’ or something.