What part of “Good Guy” do you not understand?

So now we know that not one, but four Broward County deputies let a mass murderer run free while they waited outside for him to finish.

And the response from the gun grabbers is pretty much what you’d expect.

“Faster gun.”

I’m sorry. But what part of “good guy” are you having trouble with?

A good guy is someone who runs toward the sound of gunfire. He’s the one who puts the lives of innocents ahead of his own.

And he doesn’t leave unarmed kids to be gunned down while he cools his heels behind his patrol car.

The actions of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office were not the actions of “good guys.”

For heaven’s sake, what kind of a good guy can stand outside listening to gunfire, knowing kids are dying, and doesn’t go in to try and neutralize the threat?

A good guy is a plumber in Sutherland Springs, Texas who rushes barefoot from his house when he hears gunfire coming the church nearby. Stephen Willeford is a good guy with a gun who shot the gunman then chased him down with the help of another good guy, Johnnie Langedorff.

A good guy is a church usher named Robert Engle. He subdued a gunman trying to murder people at the Burnette Chapel Church in Tennessee. After he wrestled the gunman to the ground, Engle ran to his car for his own weapon to hold him until police arrived.

And, as I mentioned yesterday, Officer Greg Stevens of Garland, Texas took out two heavily-armed ISIS terrorists with the use of his Glock pistol. He, my friends, is a good guy with a gun.

Then there’s off-duty Coral Springs PD sergeant Jeff Heinrich.

Good guys are the ones who stop this insanity.

But the four Broward County deputies who hid behind their cars and refused to go inside the school – let alone engage the shooter – are not anybody’s definition of a “good guy with a gun.”

But then again, this is the anti-gun Left we’re talking about.

Facts don’t matter.

And the Truth is always a casualty every time they shoot off their mouths.

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4 thoughts on “What part of “Good Guy” do you not understand?

  • February 24, 2018 at 9:03 am
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    When your hero is a pussy who cried and complained about mean people making fun of him (Obama), then don’t be surprised that the left has a skewed perception of what a hero really is.

  • February 24, 2018 at 12:22 pm
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    A thousand thumbs up, Trevor!
    They got a president custom made for victimhood.

  • February 25, 2018 at 7:29 am
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    I made the exact opposite argument these ProgTards are spewing to a Lib acquaintance, (and 5 other people within earshot), at the dog park yesterday. The fact that these armed coward cops stood by while kids were being slaughtered proves we can’t rely on the police for our protection and must be able to defend ourselves. Imagine if football coach Aron Feis – one of the true heroes of the day – was able to shoot back instead of just giving up his life to try and shield these kids with his body. How many innocent young lives would have been saved that day? Perhaps the idea of training and arming willing teachers, coaches, etc., wouldn’t be such a bad idea. If just one life would be saved, wouldn’t it be worth it? Begrudgingly, he conceded the point.

    • February 25, 2018 at 8:01 am
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      That’s not exactly the “opposite” argument. It’s just “another” argument. The opposite argument is “Good guys are the ones who don’t have guns and never try to engage an active shooter in any way.”

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