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Good Guy With a Gun Confronts, Kills Restaurant Shooter
Leftists' mantra seems to be "guns are bad m'kay." They repeat it en masse on a never-ending loop. Like an out of tune chorus. At a hippie cult compound. With a perpetual fog of weed smoke and body odor wafting in the air. The left makes it out as if there's not a single positive use for a gat.
An armed citizen gunned down a shooter at an Oklahoma City restaurant on Thursday, killing him, police said.
A man walked into Louie's Grill & Bar and opened fire, striking two people. As the gunman was fleeing the scene, a bystander armed with a pistol confronted the shooter and fatally shot him outside the restaurant, Oklahoma City Police Captain Bo Mathews told reporters.
"Right now, all I know is that it was just a good Samaritan that was there and looks like he took the right measures to be able to put an end to a terrible, terrible incident," Mathews said.
The lead-slinging asshat thought he could bust caps and bring terror to the diners without interruption. He didn't count on a fly in the ointment. The monkey in the wrench. A pesky bystander with a piece of his own.
Nobody knows if this trigger-happy douchelord hated the world or if he had a personal beef with one of the patrons. Still, it's obvious he had no problem getting his 1-8-7 on. Seeing as our Good Samaritan had the inkling to exercise his Second Amendment rights, the shooter's days of inducing sucking chest wounds are behind him. Thanks Second Amendment.
Leftists claim people owning guns is the cause of our problems, so we have to grab 'em all. In reality, a little properly-applied boomstickery usually brings a problem to an end. With extreme prejudice.
Just ask Stephen Willeford: