Gun Control Advocates Miffed He’s Dubbed ‘Good Samaritan’

  • Critics lashed out after a man carrying a concealed weapon 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.”
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