What works. What doesn’t.
Blaine Gaskill is a hero.
Officer Gaskill was stationed as the school resource officer at Great Mills High School in Maryland Tuesday morning when he heard reports of a shooter in the building. Gaskill engaged the shooter in under a minute, according to reports, and fired on him. The school shooter had already wounded two other students severely and
may havewould certainly have (fixed it for ya—M) continued his rampage were not for the actions of Officer Gaskill.
The school shooter was pronounced dead at the hospital.
And a whole bunch of other kids who surely would have been otherwise…weren’t. Thanks to the VERY DAMNED THING TRUMP CALLED FOR. Y’know, the self-same thing the gun-grabbing Left mocked as ridiculous—when they weren’t having shrieking conniptions at the horror of the idea, that is.
Anybody think they’ll learn anything THIS time around? Nah, me neither. It’s far more likely that this story will quickly be buried in the same deep hole all the other incidents that are unhelpful to the Progtard narrative lie moldering in.
Hogan went on to say the shooting was handled “exactly the way it should have been handled.”
Damned straight it was.
Gaskell has previously encountered a shooter in the line of duty. A man pulled a gun on Gaskell in 2017, according to reports.
Upon arrival, Deputy Gaskell made contact with a resident of the home, who advised the argument occurred in an upstairs apartment. As the deputy made his way to the apartment, with the homeowner, he observed a man standing on the front porch pointing a handgun at him. Deputy Gaskell gave multiple commands for the subject to drop the weapon, but he refused. Ultimately, the suspect, Pekka Robert Heineken, 59, of Great Mills, complied and was placed under arrest.
Gaskell is clearly a very brave man, just the kind of guy you want wearing the badge. When the shit hit the fan, he courageously put his own life on the line and got the job by God done. The miserable Broward County worms look even worse now than they already did, which I wouldn’t even have thought possible. We need as many like Gaskell as we can possibly get, and my hat is off to him.