Man That Was Shot In The Leg During Las Vegas Shooting Stands To Meet President Trump

Thomas Gunderson was shot in the leg during the Las Vegas shooting. During President Trump’s visit to Las Vegas, he stopped at the hospital to check on the victims of the shooting.

Thomas posted a video to Facebook of President Trump and Melania entering his hospital room. Thomas, with a gunshot wound, stood to greet our President and First Lady. Along with the video, Thomas wrote,

I will never lie down when the President of this great country comes to shake my hand! There may be plenty of issues in this country but I will always respect my country, my president and my flag. Shot in the leg or not, I will stand to show my President the respect he deserves!

See video below:

In a later post, Thomas wrote,

Hey everyone! So when I decided to post the things that I did, as well as accept some interviews, I did so with the intention of spreading an uplifting message during this horrific time in our country. I prepared my family beforehand knowing that there would be plenty of backlash and hateful comments. I asked for everyone to leave the negativity out of it but let’s be honest, I knew that wouldn’t happen. SO, with that being said, I’m asking that anytime someone does leave a hateful or aggressive comment that we simply ignore them. They want to get a rise out of us. They want to cause divide and when we respond with hate as well, it simply worsens the situation and destroys the meaning behind this message. I will do my best to respond to the ones I can with complete class and love. Let’s continue to bring our nation together instead of fight with those simply looking to fight. I’m asking that as a favor for everyone reading my posts. Thank you so much for the love and I love all of you!!!

 

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