The media wants to hide this fact about a school shooting in Maryland
The unthinkable happened again.
A deranged gunman opened fire at a high school in Maryland.
But there is one fact about the shooting the media doesn’t want you to know.
A Great Mills High School student brought a firearm to school and shot a female student on Tuesday morning.
But this school shooting did not fit into the cookie cutter narrative the media uses to exploit these horrific tragedies in order to promote gun control.
A school resource officer confronted the gunman and fired back.
The gunman was shot in the exchange and later died from his wounds.
“A 17-year-old shooter has died and two other students were wounded in a shooting at Great Mills High School, in St. Mary’s County, Maryland, Tuesday morning.
St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron said Tuesday that Austin Wyatt Rollins, a student at the school, fired a Glock semiautomatic handgun at a girl in a hallway at about 7:45 a.m., at the beginning of the school day. The girl and another student were wounded.
The school resource officer, who was alerted to the shooting by students and staff, then engaged the shooter in about a minute, Cameron said; the officer and Rollins each fired a shot “almost simultaneously.” He was pronounced dead at about 10:40 a.m., Cameron said.”
Two other students were wounded by the gunman.
After the Parkland, Florida shooting, the media mocked President Trump’s idea to arm teachers or beef up armed security at schools.
Journalists sneered at the idea that a good guy with a gun could stop a bad guy with a gun.
But that is exactly what happened in Great Mills High School.
Without armed security, the students would have been at the mercy of a crazed gunman.
Who knows what would have happened.
This event likely won’t get round-the-clock cable coverage because it debunks the media’s anti-gun myth that firearms in the hands of well trained and law abiding citizens makes for safer schools.