Breaking news ... 19 children and one teacher killed in US school

Squire

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Its just a banner-type headline at the moment. Doesn't yet appear to have gone live on TV.

https://apnews.com/article/uvalde-texas-school-shooting-b4e4648ed0ae454897d540e787d092b2

Gunman kills at least 19 children at Texas elementary school
By EUGENE GARCIA and DARIO LOPEZ-MILLS
12 minutes ago
A woman cries as she leaves the Uvalde Civic Center, Tuesday May 24, 2022, in Uvalde, Texas An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing multiple children and a teacher and wounding others, Gov. Greg Abbott said, and the gunman was dead. (William Luther/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)
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A woman cries as she leaves the Uvalde Civic Center, Tuesday May 24, 2022, in Uvalde, Texas An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing multiple children and a teacher and wounding others, Gov. Greg Abbott said, and the gunman was dead. (William Luther/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing at least 19 children as he went from classroom to classroom, officials said, in the latest gruesome moment for a country scarred by a string of massacres. The attacker was killed by law enforcement.

The death toll also included two adults, authorities said. Gov. Greg Abbott said one of the two was a teacher.

The assault at Robb Elementary School in the heavily Latino town of Uvalde was the deadliest shooting at a U.S. grade school since a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, almost a decade ago.
 

greggerypeccary

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This disgusting pair will be calling for more guns.



The thing on the right, by the way, is married to a creep who exposed himself to children at a bowling alley.

The thing herself has been arrested more than any other congress member ever.

Oxygen thieves, the pair of them.
 

johnsmith

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Staff member
I agree with Biden. It's time for this bullshit to stop. There ia absolutely no need for assault weapons.
 

greggerypeccary

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This is the worthless piece of shlt who armed the killer:



Guess what he's doing this weekend.

He's attending a National Rifle Association Convention in Houston.

That's right - in honour of the 19 little kids who were shot to death on Tuesday, Texas is holding an NRA Convention over the upcoming long weekend.

And you guys thought they didn't care.
 

DreamRyderX

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Can Gun Control Stop Mass Shootings?
Most Voters Say ‘No’
Tuesday, May 24, 2022

For several days now we’ve been discussing the fact that Democrats are divided about how hard to push for new federal gun control laws in the wake of the targeted attack on a Buffalo grocery store, with even the staunchest supporters of criminalizing the right to keep and bear arms reluctantly acknowledging that the odds of winning Senate approval for universal background checks or Joe Biden’s assault weapons ban is basically “zero.”

Now a new Rasmussen poll is out that indicates most Americans don’t believe that gun control is the right way to address the issue, which:

In the aftermath of a teenage gunman’s deadly spree in Buffalo, most voters remain unconvinced that more gun control laws can prevent such mass shootings.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 40% of Likely U.S. voters believe stricter gun control laws would help prevent shootings like the recent one in Buffalo. Fifty percent (50%) don’t think stricter gun control would help, while another 10% are not sure. These findings are almost identical to an April survey after a mass shooting on a New York City subway train.

According to the survey, only about 1 in 4 likely voters believe that it’s possible to completely prevent these types of shootings, whether or not new gun control laws are introduced.

As Rasmussen notes, the survey’s findings line up with what the polling outfit found when they asked the same question in April, which is an indication that despite efforts by gun control groups and anti-gun politicians to turn these tragedies into a referendum on our right to keep and bear arms, most voters aren’t interested in playing along.

There are a few exceptions, of course, and I was surprised to find out that conservative commentator Michael Reagan is one of them. In his latest column Reagan appears to embrace expanding the use of “red flag” laws, albeit with a caveat.

The reaction to the Buffalo tragedy by Biden, the Democrats and the liberal media was the usual “We need more, more, still more gun laws.”

But how about enforcing the (expletive) gun laws we’ve already got?

How about putting some teeth in so-called “Red Flag” laws?

Though ripe for abuse by gun-control zealots, they allow law enforcement in states like New York to take weapons away from people who’ve been deemed threats to themselves or others.

The punk in Buffalo still legally had his guns even though he had made threatening remarks in high school last year about shooting up a graduation ceremony and had undergone a mental health evaluation and counseling.

And how about holding parents accountable for not taking their wacko sons’ guns away?

We count on the government to take guns away from dangerous or crazy people.

But if you’re a parent and you have a whacked out son you’re worried about, lock up your (expletive) guns. Get them out of the house. Don’t wait for government to take them away because the government is sure not going to take them.


Red flag laws aren’t ripe for abuse from “gun control zealots”; they’re ripe for abuse from (depending on the specific language of a state’s red flag law) co-workers, family members, teachers, school counselors, neighbors, or anyone else a gun owner might come in contact with. The flaws in Extreme Risk Protection Orders are structural in nature, starting with the ex parte hearings that allow for firearms to be seized from individuals before they’ve ever had a chance to appear in court. Additionally, because red flag petitions are heard in civil court, the subjects of those petitions aren’t entitled to a public defender when they finally do get their day in court at a final hearing. If they can afford an attorney they can have one handle their case, but if they can’t they’re going to be facing a prosecutor and a judge all on their own. Finally, these laws may take guns from people deemed dangerous by a judge, but they don’t do anything about the dangerousness of the person who’s been red-flagged.

We’ll have a closer look at how these red flag laws are being used and abused in an anti-gun state later today, but in the case of the Buffalo shooting suspect New York’s red flag law was a non-issue. The suspect was taken in for a mental health evaluation and was found to be of sound mind. It’s an open question as to whether or not a judge would have granted an ERPO had one even been requested, and I think Reagan’s way off base in calling for the expanded use of these laws as a way to stop targeted attacks. He’s more on point when he talks about the responsibility of parents, but even then it’s not clear how much the suspect’s parents were aware of, especially given the lengths he apparently took to conceal his plans until a few minutes before he carried out his cowardly attack on unsuspecting and unarmed shoppers. Even then, though, Reagan is focused on the gun instead of getting the “whacked out” individual the treatment they need (or, if there’s evidence of a crime being planned, alerting authorities). A gun-centric approach to dealing with dangerous individuals is doomed to failure, because dangerous people don’t have to use a gun to carry out their plots. We need to be focused on the individuals themselves, and that’s not what red flag laws are all about or even intended to do.

Source: https://bearingarms.com/camedwards/...effective-at-preventing-mass-shootings-n58623


The unfortunate deaths of the innocent lend all Americans a reason, a reason for us the living........to pause, reflect, & mourn for the fallen innocent.........those that have fallen will be deeply missed.....but their deaths change nothing, except for us, the living, to redouble our efforts & resolve to continue on as Americans always have before........

Our unique ability to carry on against all adversity makes us even stronger..........for such tragedies will surely come to pass in America.....again.....& again......& again......

None of us lives in a 'perfect world'.......

Unfortunately, for the human race, the only place crime doesn't exist is in a 'Perfect world'.

I said it before, & I will say it again......

After our period of mourning has subsided, Americans....all Americans....will stand up tall, dust ourselves off, pay homage to those fallen, & undaunted, we Americans will move forward with our American Freedoms & Liberties intact, prepared to take on the challenges of whatever might come our way..........never forgetting those that have passed.........

The Price of Freedom never comes without a cost, & dear as it may be, it is a price that unfortunately must be paid from time to time, so all our American posterity can live on in the warmth of the Freedom & Liberty we Americans hold now, & have always held, dearest......We all cherish our Unique American Freedom.

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution affirms, defends, & protects an American Citizen's Right to Keep & Bear Arms.....to be used for all legitimate purposes, such as Self-Defense, hunting, & sports shooting just to name a few.....but the most important of all those is for self-defense, to defend ourselves, our loved ones, our friends, & our fellow citizens.

If you, or anyone else for that matter, finds Our Rights as American Citizens offensive, you'll just have to suck it up, & get over it, or face the reality that they'll remain offensive to you for the rest of your NATURAL life.

Our American Rights will serve all us Americans, & our posterity, as they always have.....in the past for over 200 years, & probably....God Willing.....for 200+ more years to come.


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Grant to them Eternal Rest Oh Lord
And may Your Perpetual Light shine upon them.
May their souls, & the souls of all the faithfully departed,
Rest in Eternal Peace, Amen.





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Shellandshilo1956

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Excellent video!! If these insecure, over-compensating misinformed 2nd Amendment preppers, don't give a shit about the almost 70% preventable gun deaths(suicides, accidental, misadventure, unarmed homicide by cops), why would they care about the 19 Mexican children, and the 2 Mexican teachers?? Hell, the gunman was in the school for an hour before police even showed up.

Like Biden said, how the fuck could an 18yo LEGALLY purchase 2 AR-15's in Texas? Because it is legal for an 18yo to purchase assault weapons in Texas!! But NOT a handgun(how insane!!). Why can't this idiot Abbott realize, that when you have a country with more guns than people, you should only expect to have more gun-related deaths. But giving teenagers the legal right to purchase more fire-power to take many lives, is just irresponsible. Even good people may have a very bad day!!

It is far too late to try to take guns away from the people in the US. And, trying to regulate any gun control in the largest gun culture on the planet, is just a waste of time. Therefore, the US will just continue to allow its citizens to be killed with guns. Including its children. And, the gun industries will just keep getting richer!

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/texas-school-shooting-ar15-gun-laws/

Do you think the 27 mass shootings(so far this year) in schools will have any effect on the cognitive abilities of these one-dimensional thinkers? They can't see any further than the literal out-of-context misinterpretation of "...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.". They don't care about its historical context, purpose, or the fact that it is NOT an absolute right! Some states have even passed "permitless carry bills". These bills allow any citizen in the state the right to carry concealed or openly, any gun without having any permit/license, or any training whatsoever.

In Australia, if there are more than 5 gun-homicide-related deaths a week in all of Australia, that would be a rare week. The last mass-shooting in Australia was in 1996(Port Arthur). And, after the banning of all the types of weapons used in the shooting(and the buy-back initiatives), NO MORE MASS-SHOOTINGS IN AUSTRALIA!! In 2020 alone in the US, there were 611 fucking mass shootings.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mass_shootings_in_the_United_States_in_2020

I suppose knowing that everyone may be packing, is a good way to protect those whose genes should be removed from the gene-pool. Or, should receive the Darwin Award.
 

Shellandshilo1956

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Can Gun Control Stop Mass Shootings?
Most Voters Say ‘No’

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

For several days now we’ve been discussing the fact that Democrats are divided about how hard to push for new federal gun control laws in the wake of the targeted attack on a Buffalo grocery store, with even the staunchest supporters of criminalizing the right to keep and bear arms reluctantly acknowledging that the odds of winning Senate approval for universal background checks or Joe Biden’s assault weapons ban is basically “zero.”

Now a new Rasmussen poll is out that indicates most Americans don’t believe that gun control is the right way to address the issue, which:

In the aftermath of a teenage gunman’s deadly spree in Buffalo, most voters remain unconvinced that more gun control laws can prevent such mass shootings.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 40% of Likely U.S. voters believe stricter gun control laws would help prevent shootings like the recent one in Buffalo. Fifty percent (50%) don’t think stricter gun control would help, while another 10% are not sure. These findings are almost identical to an April survey after a mass shooting on a New York City subway train.

According to the survey, only about 1 in 4 likely voters believe that it’s possible to completely prevent these types of shootings, whether or not new gun control laws are introduced.


As Rasmussen notes, the survey’s findings line up with what the polling outfit found when they asked the same question in April, which is an indication that despite efforts by gun control groups and anti-gun politicians to turn these tragedies into a referendum on our right to keep and bear arms, most voters aren’t interested in playing along.

There are a few exceptions, of course, and I was surprised to find out that conservative commentator Michael Reagan is one of them. In his latest column Reagan appears to embrace expanding the use of “red flag” laws, albeit with a caveat.

The reaction to the Buffalo tragedy by Biden, the Democrats and the liberal media was the usual “We need more, more, still more gun laws.”

But how about enforcing the (expletive) gun laws we’ve already got?

How about putting some teeth in so-called “Red Flag” laws?

Though ripe for abuse by gun-control zealots, they allow law enforcement in states like New York to take weapons away from people who’ve been deemed threats to themselves or others.

The punk in Buffalo still legally had his guns even though he had made threatening remarks in high school last year about shooting up a graduation ceremony and had undergone a mental health evaluation and counseling.

And how about holding parents accountable for not taking their wacko sons’ guns away?

We count on the government to take guns away from dangerous or crazy people.

But if you’re a parent and you have a whacked out son you’re worried about, lock up your (expletive) guns. Get them out of the house. Don’t wait for government to take them away because the government is sure not going to take them.


Red flag laws aren’t ripe for abuse from “gun control zealots”; they’re ripe for abuse from (depending on the specific language of a state’s red flag law) co-workers, family members, teachers, school counselors, neighbors, or anyone else a gun owner might come in contact with. The flaws in Extreme Risk Protection Orders are structural in nature, starting with the ex parte hearings that allow for firearms to be seized from individuals before they’ve ever had a chance to appear in court. Additionally, because red flag petitions are heard in civil court, the subjects of those petitions aren’t entitled to a public defender when they finally do get their day in court at a final hearing. If they can afford an attorney they can have one handle their case, but if they can’t they’re going to be facing a prosecutor and a judge all on their own. Finally, these laws may take guns from people deemed dangerous by a judge, but they don’t do anything about the dangerousness of the person who’s been red-flagged.

We’ll have a closer look at how these red flag laws are being used and abused in an anti-gun state later today, but in the case of the Buffalo shooting suspect New York’s red flag law was a non-issue. The suspect was taken in for a mental health evaluation and was found to be of sound mind. It’s an open question as to whether or not a judge would have granted an ERPO had one even been requested, and I think Reagan’s way off base in calling for the expanded use of these laws as a way to stop targeted attacks. He’s more on point when he talks about the responsibility of parents, but even then it’s not clear how much the suspect’s parents were aware of, especially given the lengths he apparently took to conceal his plans until a few minutes before he carried out his cowardly attack on unsuspecting and unarmed shoppers. Even then, though, Reagan is focused on the gun instead of getting the “whacked out” individual the treatment they need (or, if there’s evidence of a crime being planned, alerting authorities). A gun-centric approach to dealing with dangerous individuals is doomed to failure, because dangerous people don’t have to use a gun to carry out their plots. We need to be focused on the individuals themselves, and that’s not what red flag laws are all about or even intended to do.

Source: https://bearingarms.com/camedwards/...effective-at-preventing-mass-shootings-n58623


The unfortunate deaths of the innocent lend all Americans a reason, a reason for us the living........to pause, reflect, & mourn for the fallen innocent.........those that have fallen will be deeply missed.....but their deaths change nothing, except for us, the living, to redouble our efforts & resolve to continue on as Americans always have before........

Our unique ability to carry on against all adversity makes us even stronger..........for such tragedies will surely come to pass in America.....again.....& again......& again......

None of us lives in a 'perfect world'.......

Unfortunately, for the human race, the only place crime doesn't exist is in a 'Perfect world'.

I said it before, & I will say it again......

After our period of mourning has subsided, Americans....all Americans....will stand up tall, dust ourselves off, pay homage to those fallen, & undaunted, we Americans will move forward with our American Freedoms & Liberties intact, prepared to take on the challenges of whatever might come our way..........never forgetting those that have passed.........

The Price of Freedom never comes without a cost, & dear as it may be, it is a price that unfortunately must be paid from time to time, so all our American posterity can live on in the warmth of the Freedom & Liberty we Americans hold now, & have always held, dearest......We all cherish our Unique American Freedom.

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution affirms, defends, & protects an American Citizen's Right to Keep & Bear Arms.....to be used for all legitimate purposes, such as Self-Defense, hunting, & sports shooting just to name a few.....but the most important of all those is for self-defense, to defend ourselves, our loved ones, our friends, & our fellow citizens.

If you, or anyone else for that matter, finds Our Rights as American Citizens offensive, you'll just have to suck it up, & get over it, or face the reality that they'll remain offensive to you for the rest of your NATURAL life.

Our American Rights will serve all us Americans, & our posterity, as they always have.....in the past for over 200 years, & probably....God Willing.....for 200+ more years to come.


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Grant to them Eternal Rest Oh Lord
And may Your Perpetual Light shine upon them.
May their souls, & the souls of all the faithfully departed,
Rest in Eternal Peace, Amen.





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I sincerely hope that you are NOT a religious person. I doubt that God would want the most extreme of all of His creatures, to ever possess the means of destroying itself. Since you have chosen the right to possess the means to kill people, over the right to live without the manufactured fear of death by gun violence, please spare me your disingenuous concern for the innocent lives that are sacrificed everyday, so that you can keep lying to yourself about the meaning of the 2nd Amendment.

What do you think would happen, if you randomly pick 100 Americans adults, and gave them all one gun with one bullet. Based on the stats from the last 50 years,

5 will simply kill themselves
3 will intentionally/justifiably kill someone else(crime related)
2 will kill a friend or family member(domestic)
1 will accidently kill him/herself, or someone else
5 will be injured(2 seriously)
1 will be unarmed and killed by law enforcement

Every civilized country on the planet knows, that if you arm people to the teeth, then you should expect to start counting more body bags. Do you think that the 2nd Amendment allows its citizens to have rocket launchers, missiles, gatling guns, mortars, howitzers, tanks, nukes, etc.? Why not? Does the 2nd Amendment specify WHICH arms "shall not be infringed"?

Even a moron can see that the more people who own guns, the more homicides and suicides will occur. The stats, facts, and logic are all irrefutable and undeniable. Give everyone a gun, and the human condition will take over!


Now lets look at some fact about your love/worship of the cold blue steel fantasy.

In 2019 in the US there were 434 mass shootings(2,160 victims), and 24K suicides.
In 2020 in the US there were 614 mass shootings(2,961 victims), and 24.4K suicides.
In 2021 in the US there were 693 mass shootings(3,545 victims), and 24.3K suicides

So far in 2022, more children have died in mass shootings alone, than police officers have died in the line of duty. There have been over 200 mass shootings in the US so far in 2022. This is also the 27th mass shooting at a K-12 school this year. With over 200 mass shootings, and over 6K gun suicides, the gun carnage looks set to continue as normal.

But like you've said ad nauseum, if people don't like to witness this daily carnage, they can just enact a new Constitutional Amendment to stop it. Right? What is wrong with you people? Owning anything that is designed specifically to kill another human being, should be banned, or regulated to the hilt!! Instead, you can still buy guns at Walmart and gas stations(servos) in 5 minutes. No training, detailed background checks, or have any testing for competency. Clearly MONEY TALKS!! Not the deaths of the innocent!!
 
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Squire

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The "good guys with guns" did nothing for more than an hour after taking 12 minutes to respond to a 911 call.

Good guys with guns don't like acting against shooters. They wait for them to run out of ammunition or run out of victims.

"Police took 14 minutes to arrive after the first 911 call as the shooter fired off rounds outside the school for 12 minutes; then, after an initial exchange of gunfire, they waited outside the building for more than an hour while the shooter remained in the school."

https://slate.com/business/2022/05/police-uvalde-shooting-new-york-city.html

The Police Could Be Doing a Better Job
BY HENRY GRABAR
MAY 26, 20226:53 PM
Police officers stand near a makeshift memorial for the shooting victims at Robb Elementary School
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“They did contain him in the classroom.”

That was the best defense Texas Public Safety Director Steve McCraw could offer on Wednesday of the police response to the mass shooting that killed 19 kids and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday. Police took 14 minutes to arrive after the first 911 call as the shooter fired off rounds outside the school for 12 minutes; then, after an initial exchange of gunfire, they waited outside the building for more than an hour while the shooter remained in the school. Parents and bystanders urged them to confront the gunman again.
 

Squire

Active member
It is again being reported on the news that the "good guys with guns" did not act until the gunman had run out of victims.
 

greggerypeccary

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Gun deaths were the leading killer of US children in 2020

"Guns overtook car crashes to become the leading cause of death for US children and teenagers in 2020, new research shows.

"Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that over 4,300 young Americans died of firearm-related injuries in 2020.

"While suicides contributed to the toll, the data shows that homicides form the majority of gun-related deaths.

"More than 390 million guns are owned by US civilians."
 

DreamRyderX

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"More than 390 million guns are owned by US civilians."

As of 2017 the estimate was a conservative 393,000,000.

That was 5 years ago....

Firearm sales has skyrocketed in the last 2 years to all time highs.

Based on those 2 factors alone, I would have to conservatively estimate that today's totals probably exceed 425,000,000 & if the vitriolic rhetoric from the extreme Left continues regarding bans, confiscations, & draconian new laws I can see 450,000,000 just around the corner.

Also JFYI.........sales of AR-15 Rifles & Pistols are leading the pack as the most popular weapons for home self-defense, especially by first time gun owners


 
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Shellandshilo1956

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It is again being reported on the news that the "good guys with guns" did not act until the gunman had run out of victims.
Police propaganda relies on the repetition of lies. This propaganda about cops is also reinforced by these silly unrealistic cop dramas. It is a MYTH, that police will always run towards the danger(unless they don't have a choice). It is a MYTH that police solve most serious crimes(less than 5%). It is a MYTH that Law Enforcement ranks in the top 10 most dangerous jobs(even the garbageman ranks 5th). Law enforcement ranks 18th. The leading cause of police dying in the line of duty, for the last 2 years, was the corona virus pandemic. It is also a MYTH that cops prevent crimes. Cops only criminalize poverty and subjugates races.

Since the birth of municipal policing in slave patrols and colonial counterinsurgencies, the “thin blue line” has always allowed those empowered by the state to uphold racial capitalism with violence. And, to do so with impunity. This is still the underlying police policy of today(racial profiling, stop and frisk, etc.).

It is disgusting, not shocking, that police officers would rather harass, pepper-spray, and handcuff parents begging for them to save their children from being slaughtered. It's just easier for cops to harass/arrest desperate Mexicans, than to actually risk their own lives trying to save Mexican children. Although, there were reports that some officer(s) DID go into the school(but only to save their own children). And, when a handcuffed woman was released, she also went into the school and saved her child. Cops are not the embodiment of these manufactured MYTHS. They are just the POSTERS for these myths!

There is no possible positive rationale that would justify this level of inaction by cops. If it were my kid(and even if not), after hearing the first kid being shot after screaming she needed help, there is nothing on the planet that would stop me from going into the school to save my child. Now, not only will these parents have to deal with the death of their children. But, will also have to deal with their own inaction that may have saved their child.

Unfortunately, as long as cold-steel lovers, and the gun industry, can keep sheeples believing that any practical gun-control legislation is just a hidden attack on their 2nd Amendment right, NOTHING WILL CHANGE!!

So, don't live in large cities(especially in the poorest area). Don't commit crimes or belong to gangs. Don't travel without a White man if you're Black. Don't live in any ethic communities. Don't be a desperate man, woman, or child trying to enter the US illegally. And, if you're not born White or privileged, LEAVE THE MOST INDEBTED COUNTRY ON THE PLANET!! An never look back!!
 

Shellandshilo1956

Active member
You are the poster child of what Conservative/Religious American Indoctrination really looks like. There is no difference between you and the most radical of Islamic religious extremists. Both your beliefs are inexorable and obstinate. At least my beliefs can easily be changed, based on the facts presented. But facts mean nothing to people like you. You can't separate belief from reality. I have seen this level of obstinacy from cult-followers being deprogramed.

I'm sure that the families mourning the loss of their children, care more about the next 18yo extremist nutter not being allowed to legally purchase two assault rifles and kill other children, rather than your disingenuous afterthoughts about where the souls of these children might go. This incident could have been prevented. You are truly NOT a religious man. Or, a man who cares about the right to LIFE, LIBERTY, or the PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. FOR ALL PEOPLE!!! You are so fanatical about saving the life of the unborn. But, other than condolences, you don't give a shit about preventing the deliberate death of young children.

The next grade-school deaths will be on the hands of people like you!!! So far 27 school shootings this year. So keep that stupid religious depiction handy for the next time. It's not like these kids chose to depart this world, or to rest in eternal peace. Duh!!
 

DreamRyderX

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......The next grade-school deaths will be on the hands of people like you!!!
No, it will, as it always should, rest upon the backs of the murderous criminals who actually plan the deed, pull the triggers, & commit the heinous crimes....

But as the Leftist extremists like yourself always does, you blame everyone & everything else but the poor misunderstood insane cunts that commit the crime......you blame inanimate guns, law-abiding Pro-Second Amendment American Gun Owners & NRA Life Members like myself, & I'm sure soon to join the 'blood on the hands guilty list', insanity brought on by perceived Climate Change inaction & Carbon poisoning......

 
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