Thursday, February 13, 2014

He Didn't Even Flinch

Hinds County, Mississippi Supervisor Kenneth Stokes was talking to reporters at a news conference in a school about curbing gun violence when a shot rang out behind him and he just kept talking. He didn’t even flinch, like he was used to it. As usual, that school had signs all over the place saying, “No Guns Allowed.” Maybe the guy who shot the gun behind him couldn’t read, as is true with so many in our schools, today. Or maybe he just didn’t care, which is more likely. Notice: This is Mississippi, in the “Deep South,” where black people should not have been elected to office according to liberals. And he is black. Good on him! (The Blaze)

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