It’s finds like this that really expose the depths of the media’s corruption and the Orwellian lengths these people will go to in order to ensure nothing is ever allowed to disrupt or in any way inconvenience the left-wing Narrative. If the media will go back in time to talk every other school shooting, why not 2010 to add some additional context with this story?
“He pulled out his gun and started pointing it at people,” Thacker said.
Cowan trained a .380-caliber semi-automatic pistol at Riden’s face, said Sullivan County Sheriff Wayne Anderson. Carolyn Gudger, the school resource officer, drew her gun, then shielded the principal’s body with her own.
Thacker remembers Cowan shouting something – possibly including the words “10 years” – but she isn’t sure. She turned and ran out the set of public doors to the mulch pile in the front of the school, and hid behind bushes.
“He might shoot someone,” Thacker remembered thinking. “I just wanted to get out of there.”
Riden fled and Gudger inched back into the school, leading Cowan through the scattered pastel chairs in the empty cafeteria. It was a tactical move, meant to lure the gunman into a more contained place, Anderson said.
At the link, Ace summarizes how it ends and explains his use of the word “teacher.”
The reason the media memory-holes stories such as these is in order to create the false impression that ONLY through the grabbing of guns from the law-abiding will schools be safe. There’s no proof gun control will stop these shootings, and no gun control law currently being proposed would’ve stopped the massacre at Sandy Hook. But the media doesn’t care about that.
The media wants gun control, and if that means exploiting a tragedy to get it, so be it. In comparison to that, hiding a story that helps to make the NRA’s case for armed guards in schools is small potatoes.
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