After the Sutherland Springs shooting, liberal media has been pushing an anti-gun agenda, as is the leftist way. Now, the heroes who stepped in to take down the shooter are telling their stories and talking about their support for Second Amendment rights.
Stephen Willeford helped chase down the shooter. He’s an NRA instructor with years of experience under his belt, experience which aided him in stopping the shooter. Listen to his incredible story.
Willeford fought back tears as he recounted the harrowing events, describing the moment he jumped into action, to the moment the police took over. His heroic efforts are surrounded in the belief the gunman meant to take more lives than he did.
I’m going to tell you, and I found out later. They said he had multiple firearms in the vehicle and lots of ammunition and I don’t know what his plan was, but my thought in looking at it is he had a black tactical helmet and a kevlar vest. He wasn’t through. And there was the River Oaks Baptist Church in the same direction that he left. And I’m by no means saying that’s where he was going, but they were in the middle of Sunday morning services too.
This man is a hero. A good guy with a gun who saved lives. Three cheers and hip-hip-hooray to Stephen Willeford.