Funny how the media seems to conveniently ignore stories where a good guy with a gun actually saves the day from a bad guy with a gun. They couldn’t be pushing some sort of progressive, gun-grabbing narrative by only reporting stories that fit said narrative, right?
Because they missed THIS Waffle House shooting story … go figure:
The recent Waffle House shooting you probably *didn't* hear about:
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) April 26, 2018
This unnamed, law-abiding, armed customer thwarted an armed robbery in progress — and possibly saved lives — by exercising his rights. This incident will be recorded as one of the many annual instances (between 100,000 on the extreme low end, to 2.5 million on the higher end) of Americans defending themselves or their property with firearms. And as extraordinary and special as Mr. Shaw’s actions were, what are the chances the Louisiana crime, with two armed perpetrators, could have been stopped by a single unarmed man?
Pretty damn cool.
And pretty damn ignored by the media.
Love @WaffleHouse, but all locations are gun free zones. Asked a manager here in TN who was adamant about the policy. Sunday, I sat in a booth and saw a bullet hole right in the wall. Server told me a customer went nuts one night. That's why she said she doesn't enforce rule.
— Nancy French (@NancyAFrench) April 26, 2018
Who knew Waffle Houses were such hotbeds of activity?
Moral of the story: Waffle Houses are shady.
— J Hansen (@jwh198) April 26, 2018
WOW! It's starting to sound like the CDC was correct in their gun violence study that the Obama administration hushed so quickly….more law-abiding gun owners saving lives than idiots taking them with guns. When will this get the attention it deserves?
— Toxic Masculini-G (@TCC_Grouchy) April 26, 2018
Guns by far save more lives than they take.
But #NeverAgain or something.
— Dennis Stephens (@ParkerTechGuy) April 26, 2018
The good guy had a gun this time around, and the media can’t stand that.
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