Liberals Are Angry with Pistol-Carrying Indiana Hero Who Took Down Mall Shooter

Critics are lashing out after a man carrying a pistol stopped a mass shooting at an Indiana shopping mall, arguing the man should not be called a “Good Samaritan.” “The term, ‘Good Samaritan’ came from a Bible passage of a man from Samaria who stopped on the side of the road to help a man who was injured and ignored,” wrote CBS4 traffic anchor Justin Kollar on Twitter Monday. “I cannot believe we live in a world where the term can equally apply to someone killing someone… my God.”

Under Indiana law, the guy who shot and killed the mall shooter was carrying the gun legally. Plus, according to the local police he definitely saved some lives in the process. Sounds like a hero to me.

RELATED: CNN’s Alisyn Camerota Reacts to Good Samaritan Who Killed Mall Shooter: ‘Are We All Supposed to Rely on an Armed 22-Year-Old?’

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