A man from Tulsa, Oklahoma, is now being called a hero after he leapt out of his truck and tackled a suspect who was in the middle of doing a mad dash away from local law enforcement. In a day and age when most people wouldn’t do a darn thing to help the police bring down a suspect, it’s refreshing to see real men still exist in this country. After all, society has been working almost non-stop to destroy masculinity at every possible turn.
According to The Daily Caller, the incident took place on July 13, when police recounted stopping to question a group of individuals, telling one of the men to sit down on the curb. The same man, who was later identified as Miguel Hernandez, lied to authorities and said his name was David. Hernandez took a seat on the curb and then promptly bolted down the street.
“Two officers immediately chased the suspect, who was springing down a sidewalk. An unidentified passerby can be seen slowing down his black truck before jumping out of the vehicle, video shows. The suspect tried to run past the good samaritan, who was now standing in the middle of the sidewalk but was pummeled to the ground,” the report continued.
Once upon a time, it was expected that a man would rise to the occasion if such a situation ever unfolded in his presence, as men used to believe that the safety of their society, their community was their responsibility. Men were bold, brave, and often sacrificial. These traits clearly still exist in males, but they are a bit more rare as society has discouraged such behavior as being “toxic.”
When a suspect ran away from police in Tulsa during an arrest, a man stopped his pickup truck, jumped out and tackled him. pic.twitter.com/cicdi9TkuU
— CBS News (@CBSNews) July 17, 2023
“Why you do me like that, homie?” Hernandez yelled.
“Get his name,” an officer nearby is heard saying about the brave man who helped save the day. And, as it turns out, Hernandez has been a pretty bad boy. He was wanted for burglary, conspiracy, larceny, and illegal firearm possession. Yeah, that’s quite a laundry list of charges, wouldn’t you agree?
What’s really crazy is how the man in the truck just got back in his vehicle and left. He didn’t take action in order to get credit and be a hero. It’s clear that his motivation for getting involved was because it was the right thing to do. We lack that kind of heroism. It’s good to see that it’s making a comeback.
Heroes are the one thing this world desperately needs right now. Men have been beaten down by progressives for so long, many have forgotten the call of that wild side they have buried below the surface. It’s time for men to reclaim that and regain the respectful place they once held in society. Hopefully, whoever this hero is, he’s passed on his personal character to others in his life, helping to create future generations of individuals who won’t sit idly by and allow evil to get away with crimes against society.
Isn’t it nice to hear some good news for a change?
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