It was recently discovered that there was an armed security guard outside of the Florida high school who did nothing to help the students during the shooting. President Trump called the guard a ‘coward.’ And as a result, CNN defended the guard, calling him a ‘good guy’.
CNN’s Chris Cillizza wrote an article called “Here’s definitive proof that a good guy with a gun doesn’t always stop a bad guy with a gun,” wrote Cillizza. However, it should be clear that the security guard who failed to do his job was not a ‘good guy with a gun’, he was a coward with a gun.
“When the shooting started at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last Wednesday, there was an armed deputy on duty at the school — someone tasked, specifically, with keeping the students inside safe. He was outside when the first shots were fired. And he stayed there for four minutes as the shooter murdered 17 people,” writes CNN.
Despite this, CNN went on to argue that he was a ‘good guy.’ “These revelations about the actions — or, more accurately, inaction — of deputy Scot Peterson came on the same day that National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre spoke in front of the Conservative Political Action Conference, making a by now very familiar argument for guns,” wrote CNN.
“”To stop a bad guy with a gun, it takes a good guy with a gun,” LaPierre said to applause from the CPAC crowd on Thursday morning. The problem for LaPierre is that this latest shooting in Parkland, Florida, isn’t an affirmation of that view. It’s a direct rebuttal,” he wrote. Are liberals really this clueless? Maybe Cillizza should look up what the words ‘definitive proof’ mean.
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