Skip to comments.Gun Control: Violence with Guns Ain’t a MAGA GOP Problem.
Posted on 07/11/2023 5:06:27 AM PDT by rellimpank
Those who know history know that the Democrat party has always been the party of racism, white supremacy, and bigotry. They are just very good at, with the aid of a complicit media, casting that dark specter upon others. And now they are seeking to use this same tactic in shifting blame for violence with firearms.
Last week on Independence Day, a deranged cross-dressing biological black male, I will not use their name, decided to gun down innocent people in Philadelphia. It was comical to witness the leftist media avoid, at all costs, describing the shooter since it did not meet their narrative litmus test. How insidious it was that they even tried to attribute the recent shooting at the Allen Texas mall to white supremacy … the shooter was Hispanic. Or how about the shooter in Nashville, Tennessee, who gunned down six, including three nine-year-old children? Yep, they were quick to move away from that shooter, not to mention the delay in the release of her manifesto … yes, I said her, a biological female suffering from the mental condition of gender dysphoria.
(Excerpt) Read more at msn.com ...
Wow! That was on MSN? Someone is getting fired..
The problem is:
It’s not OUR guns,
It’s YOUR sons.
Excellent post - thanks.
If we follow the link that says finish story, we find that the article was - Written by Allen West. 🙂
The proposed “gun violence control” laws have all been tried before, and harsh experience should have told us, they did not work then, and they shall not work in the future. The kind of laws proposed either end up being unenforced, or they are repealed in all too brief moments of relative sanity.
Concentrate on providing a wide informational dissemination to all walks and levels of society, of what firearms are, how they SHOULD be used, and with access to training and equipment for those who have learned and understand the principles of responsible firearm ownership and safety precautions.
And really severely punish those who misuse firearms through either carelessness or malice aforethought. If this means incarceration in either a prison or psychiatric facility, then so be it.
REAL reform against “gun violence”?
Begin about age twelve or so, with introducing the ENTIRE school age population to firearms, up close and with the intention of demystifying the “magic” power of guns. Expand this into the care, feeding, grooming and proper respect for the potential of the devices, and follow up with training in the selection of target, framing the target, and firing upon the target, all with the express purpose of doing this under controlled conditions. Once the familiarity with the weapons is established, then work on developing skills in accuracy and the correct procedures to prepare for the recoil, aiming, and firing, followed by whatever procedures are necessary to load the next round into the chamber. Repeat the aim, firing and reload until these are second nature, all the while sharpening up the accuracy.
This would have twofold effect - the guns just become another fact of life, like electricity and automobiles, a useful tool and with its own purposes. Also, it would be obvious quite quickly which of the learners, whether through carelessness, or those that harbor malicious thoughts, are the ones who should NEVER come into possession of a weapon, until after they have undergone a major attitude readjustment. Then the perpetually timid, who cannot be compelled to pick up a weapon under any circumstances, even after attempts to familiarize them, should still be given training in how to avoid, evade, shelter in place, or somehow distract the active shooter, so it may be possible to make a concerted effort to neutralize or otherwise disarm the shooter.
Upon graduation from high school, and with the certificate of training in their possession, the youth are then eligible to take ownership and possession of their personal firearm. None of this business about waiting until age 21, or 25, or whatever. Adulthood implies the capability for adult responsibilities.
And on the longer term, the military forces shall have a MUCH larger pool of potential recruits in the future, all with the basic knowledge of firearms, and a large civilian population that stands ready to resist any internal or external invasion - “You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.”
Make it so, Number One.
I remember basic training, Ft Knox, KY 1969. Some guys were much better shots than others, right from the start. Most, if not all of them were from rural areas, and were familiar with firearms before they entered the military.
a deranged cross-dressing biological black male, I will not use their name,
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