(ANTIMEDIA) Las Vegas, NV — Another tragedy has befallen America at the hands of a psychopathic mass shooter. While modern country singer Jason Aldean was performing in front of thousands on Sunday night as the headlining act of the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas, rapid-fire pops and blasts abruptly intertwined with the melodies emanating from the stage.
The screams of fandom evolved into shrieks of terror as the music went silent. Innocent concert-goers fled in horror as Stephen Paddock fired down into the crowd of partiers and families from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel. At least 58 people lost their lives, and 515 more were injured during the incident as gunfire poured on the audience like a rainfall of fire and lead.
While most attendees were understandably terrified as the bullets fell down from the desert sky, a video going viral shows one young man who stood in defiance of the terror and shouted obscenities into the blacked heavens towards the madman pulling the trigger. With arms extended, the unnamed man rose above the guiltless, who were taking cover on the ground and bellowing out that the shooter was a “pussy.”
Maybe the man’s daring was alcohol-induced, it’s possible he’s just insane, or perhaps he was just infuriated and fearless. Whatever the reason for his reaction during such a stressful event, it is quite a sight to witness. You can watch the video for yourself below:
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