Guns and America: The Florida Aftermath By John Steele
The issues of guns is likely to be the one which pushes America over the brink into Civil War 2.0, because it brings together everything which is tearing America part , including the race and immigration, and the political elites crisis. Following the Florida shooting, which was falsely attributed to someone influenced by the Alt Right, the media have been in a feeding frenzy over Donald Trump’s idea of arming certain teachers:
Leftoid, Michael Moore, has said that the National Rifle Association is worse than ISIS!
There have been the usual masses of liberals saying that Americans do not need “military” style weapons, when in fact, Americans do not have them at all:
So hysterical has the system become that when a school kid suddenly thought that the square root sign in mathematics loked like a gun, which is this: the police were called. We have entered a whole new zone of madness, definitely revolving around now, thought crimes.
It is “touching” how the system allegedly cares for “the children,” while since 1973 60 million unborn American babies have been killed:
The media were particularly disturbed about claims that shooting survivors were being coached in anti-gun rhetoric, although we can hardly be surprised about this, given that no tragedy is ever wasted for its propaganda value:
Even the enormous concessions that Trump has given to the gun controllers has done nothing to calm their gun grabbing frenzy:
The most insightful comments from the Alt Right must go to Anne Coulter, who never goes to water at tough times like this. She observed: “Thanks to our Second Amendment, the United States has fewer mass shootings per capita than many other developed countries, including Norway, France, Switzerland, Finland, Belgium and the Czech Republic. (And 98 percent of our mass shootings occur in “gun-free zones.”)”
But, the real reduction in shootings would come from immigration restriction:
“There have been about 34 mass shootings since 2000. Forty-seven percent — 16 — were committed by first- and second-generation immigrants, i.e. people who never would have been here but for Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act. And the immigrant mass shootings have been some of the most spectacular ones, such as Fort Hood and San Bernardino. Two of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, at Virginia Tech in 2007 and at the Pulse Nightclub in 2016, were committed by first- and second-generation immigrants, i.e., people who were in this country because Teddy was pouting in his room and refused to come out until he got his own legacy. First- and second-generation immigrants have committed more than 40 percent of all mass shootings since 2000.
I know we’ve been admitting Third World immigrants at a breakneck pace, but I don’t think immigrants make up nearly half the population yet. Once we exclude the immigrant mass shooters, a clearer pattern emerges. The typical American perpetrator is a young man with paranoid schizophrenia — or, as we’re now euphemistically calling it, “autism” — probably exacerbated by pot, a deadly combo platter. An immigration moratorium and widespread deportations would not only cut mass shootings in half, but it would also free up the FBI’s time to focus on these delusional young men with the terrifying stare, who hear voices no one else hears.”
You certainly will not find the likes of Michael Moore, or the big Hollywood stars, turning on immigration in their quest to reduce gun deaths. It is the gun which is there thing, and if there were no mass shootings at all these Leftoids would still be gunning for guns. After all, there have not been mass shootings in Australia since 1996, but the attack of the anti-gun lobby is unrelenting.