Liberals will absolutely find a way to defend this criminal. It’s what they do. They prefer to side with the bad guys, simply because they feel all cops are out to get minorities.
But how do you stick up for a man who opens fire on two police officers, then pistol whips one of them causing broken eye sockets?
If you think it can’t be done, just wait until liberals hear about this story.
Wayne Isley, sheriff of Brevard County, Florida had this to say about the monster: “Let there be no doubt. This individual got exactly what he deserved. And to those out there who might be foolish enough to ask why we shot him so many times, that answer is simple: Because evil can never be dead enough.”
“And to those out there who might be foolish enough to ask why we shot him so many times, that answer is simple: Because evil can never be dead enough.”
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 15, 2021
Here’s more about how things went down, via ABC7:
WEST MELBOURNE, Fla. — A sheriff’s department in Florida has released dramatic video of a traffic stop that turned into a deadly shootout with a man described as a “violent career criminal.”
The incident started as what seemed like a routine traffic stop of a car that had three adults and a 2-month-old infant inside.
As deputies are making small talk with two of the passengers, they ask a third to exit the vehicle. He suddenly jumps out of the back seat with a rifle and opens fire repeatedly, as they scramble for cover and attempt to return fire. One deputy was shot in the leg.
As they duck down, they don’t see the gunman run around behind their patrol vehicle and sneak up on them.
His weapon had apparently jammed, so he used the butt of the rifle to bash one deputy in the skull repeatedly. The other deputy quickly changes his clip and jumps in to assist, opening fire repeatedly at close range and killing the assailant.
The incident involving Brevard County sheriff’s deputies happened Aug. 30 in West Melbourne, Fla.
Investigators say more than 61 bullets were fired in less than a minute.
The suspect was dead at the scene. He was later identified as Paris Wilder, 38, of Cocoa, Fla.
Thankfully in this case, justice swiftly prevailed.