America has had yet another mass shooting in a church, this time in a suburb outside of Richmond, Virginia.
However, this mass shooting went differently than most, as the intruder was miraculously stopped by several good guys with guns. Four armed churchgoers pulled out their weapons and fought back in a shootout that lasted several minutes.
“It was a miracle!” claimed Cynthia Portman, 53, “My husband was one of the good guys with a gun, and thanks to him and the other heroes in our congregation, our church was saved. Twenty-seven churchgoers were killed in the ensuing shootout, and dozens more wounded, but who knows how many people would have died if there weren’t several guns in church!”
One of the good guys with guns recounted to The Halfway Post his recollection of the event.
“So this threatening dude came walking into the church, and I’m always hyper-aware of threats because I like to periodically do ocular pat-downs of all the people around me, and so I assessed the situation and pulled out my pistol and started blazing to protect the people around me,” explained Randall Meekmann, 51. “He started hiding behind the back pew so I had to run for cover myself on the far end of the church, but of course I was laying down suppressing fire over my shoulder the whole time. I’m not sure if the threatening dude was using people’s bodies as a shield or whatnot, but a lot of community members got hit. But, of course, the collateral damage is all that guy’s fault.”
Another church member shared her perspective on the shooting.
“Well it turns out that the guy Randall was shooting at was just an African-American friend of another church member, who happened to be visiting family in town, and thought he’d check out our church,” revealed Karen Gommerling, 33. “Apparently he wasn’t holding a gun at all, but was just checking his wallet to check for cash to contribute to the service’s collection. So, when all of a sudden Randall got up and started shooting everywhere, a guy a couple rows away from me got up and whipped out his gun and started firing at Randall as Randall appeared to be running for the side exit. But then I got hit by a bullet when some man several rows behind us started shooting as well. How unfortunate that it was all just a big misunderstanding.”
Mr. Meekmann, however, is adamant that he saved the church whether the community gives him credit or not. He’s also really pissed that the local sheriff arrested him for dozens of counts of manslaughter and domestic terrorism. The sheriff is still investigating to see if a hate crime charge can be added.
“That black man could have been anyone!” Meekmann said, “Even a mass murderer! If the libtards had their way, our church would have been totally undefended. We could have all been murdered. It’s just coincidence that this one time the black guy was innocent!”