Well, pack it in, NRA. Shannon Watts has finally got you!

According to new details released from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s office, Great Mills High School shooter Austin Wyatt Rollins died from a self-inflicted gunshot to the head after he was confronted by armed school resource officer Deputy First Class Blaine Gaskill:

At 7:57 a.m., he approached classmate Jaelynn Willey, 16, and shot her once in the head with his father’s Glock 9-millimeter pistol. That bullet also struck 14-year-old Desmond Barnes in the leg.

After firing the handgun, Rollins kept walking through the school, where he was confronted by school resource officer Deputy First Class Blaine Gaskill just after 8 a.m. Their weapons went off simultaneously 31 seconds later, with Rollins shooting himself in the head and Gaskill shooting Rollins in the hand, officials said.

The shot Rollins fired was fatal, according to the sheriff’s office.

And according to Watts, that “destroys the NRA’s narrative” or something:

Touré apparently agrees:

And Joy Reid can’t wait to use this to stick it to Dana Loesch:

What now, Joy?

Does anyone else get the feeling that Shannon Watts is happy that Rollins managed to kill someone before Gaskill confronted him? Seems like she’s treating that as a win for her cause. Which is super-ghoulish.