Ye another shooting has taken place in Texas, giving the left more metaphorical ammunition in their quest to disarm Americans. We don’t need to disarm Americans, just certain ones that shoot at cheerleaders when they accidentally try to get in the wrong car.
The alleged gunman, Pedro Tello Rodriguez Jr. opened fire on the three girls after they made the mistake and were walking way. He fled the scene but was later captured and is facing charges. Check this out.
On Monday, April 17, just after midnight, Stony Point High School cheerleader Payton Washington and her three teammates were returning home from an out-of-town cheer practice at Woodlands Elite in Woodlands, Texas. The girls had left their cars in the parking lot of the local grocery store, H-E-B, and were carpooling to a cheerleading competition.
Heather Roth allegedly made the mistake of mixing a man’s car for her own, she tried to get in the car before noticing the man in the passenger seat. Roth allegedly realized her mistake and turned away to find her actual car.
The girls made an honest mistake. Many, many people have done similar things. There are very common models and colors of cars, so it is easy to see how this would happen. Plus, teenage girls can be slightly oblivious sometimes. Does that merit being shot or shot at? Of course not.
Texas cheerleaders shot after they got into wrong car after practice 👀 pic.twitter.com/yeQAXk6Vb6
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) April 19, 2023
Police say that 25-year-old Pedro Tello Rodriguez Jr. was in the other car with a gun, and he fired multiple shots at the girls following a brief altercation.
One cheerleader was treated and released at the scene. Washington was airlifted to a local hospital and is recovering in the ICU.
Despite being shot, Washington’s friends and family have no doubt that she will make a full recovery.
“She literally was born with one lung, so she from the very beginning as a baby, she wasn’t even expected to survive, let alone, excel in athletics, so she’s surpassed a lot of things already,” Shearer said.
It remains to be seen what the alleged altercation was, but something prompted the gunman to feel the need to shoot at three teen girls. Rodriguez was charged with “deadly conduct”, and the young cheerleader is expected to make a full recovery, though it will be the end of her cheer career.
The more troublesome question is, what made him feel the need to potentially take the lives of these girls by shooting at them. If the girls were indeed involved in a brief “altercation”, they are still teenage girls. What kind of threat do they pose?
The fact that the gunman is only facing one charge is ludicrous. People with guns that commit violent crimes like this need to have the book thrown at them, so law abiding gun owners don’t catch heat from the far-left. It’s high time we have more good guys with guns and fewer law breaking, trigger happy fools like the alleged shooter in this case.
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