Video: Hero Who Stopped Waffle House Shooter Shares His Story
In the wake of the Waffle House shooting, leftists are already out in full force to grab our guns. While blatantly ignoring all the examples in this case of gun control laws coming up short. Lefties think even more laws would put a damper on shootings like this. In reality, it takes good guys with cajones of titanium to put psychos down. Like this guy.
James Shaw Jr sounds as though he’d like to be anywhere else except on camera, but the man who stopped a mass shooting by forcinbly disarming a mass murderer seems to have little choice. Everyone wants to hear his story of grace under fire and thank Shaw for his action. Shaw himself got grazed by a bullet and scraped up in the fight, but tells NBC’s Today that viewers should keep the seriously wounded and families of the killed in their minds more than him.
As for his decision to confront the shooter, Shaw simply says that he “saw his opportunity” and decided action was a better bet than hiding.
Give this man all the waffles his heart desires. He deserves it.
Without a bonafide badass like James Shaw in the House of Waffles, the shooting may have been even worse. Fortunately for the other survivors, Jimmy was there to save the day. They were all in the crosshairs of that murderous buttmunch. Though, not for very long once James chose to intervene. Subsequently, those patrons live to drizzle glorious syrup on their waffle another day.
The left thinks extra laws will solve this problem. Except the psychotic douchenozzle's history shows has no problem butting heads with the constabulary. Even by the laws we already have, this dickweed isn't fit for a gun. A straight jacket and a fistful of meds, most definitely, but not a lead-slinger. Which is why the authorities already chose to confiscate them. Yet, thanks to widespread incompetence, the gats found their way back into the shooter's grubby paws. A gun control fail if I ever saw one.
Politics aside, James Shaw is a hero in every sense of the word. Mad props to you, my good man.
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