Colorado School Shooting

The Colorado student who took a shotgun to school in December 2013 and shot Claire Davis did not have the chance to kill more students as is often seen in recent active-shooter incidents. Why didn’t he shoot and injure and kill more people? Why has the media ignored the reason? Both have the same answer.

Because he was stopped by someone with a gun! What’s that? You didn’t hear that in the news? Imagine that! An armed school resource officer ran to the sounds of gun shots and confronted the shooter. At that point, the 18-year old shot himself. The total event lasted only 80 seconds. The police arrived about 10 minutes later.

That’s why the shooter didn’t kill more people. There was someone with a gun there!

There are two reasons why you didn’t hear these details.

First, because the shooting was stopped, it didn’t get a high enough body count for continued media coverage. The other reason is that the events did not fit the approved narrative of the media who laughed at and criticized the NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre for saying that the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun.

Thank heaven there was someone there with a gun. Otherwise, many more may have died in the ten minutes before the police finally arrived with their guns!