Thank God for GUN CONTROL

Canada has strict gun laws; ownership is very restricted.
So the following story must be fake news. Can’t be anything else now can it?

2 cops among 4 killed in eastern Canada shooting

A shooting in a small Canadian city early Friday left four people dead, including two police officers, under circumstances that were not yet explained but struck a nerve in a country that has been roiled in recent months by several instances of mass violence. People in Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick in the eastern part of the country, said they heard as many as 20 gunshots following a confrontation that prompted police to initially cordon off a large section of the city with emergency vehicles and order residents to remain inside their homes and businesses.

Finally, after a tense period of waiting, authorities disclosed the toll: Among the four killed were two officers, a rare case of police killed in the line of duty in Canada. Their names were not released. [snip]

The shooting comes as Canada wrestles with a string of violence, including an instance in Toronto last month where a man with a handgun opened fire in a crowded part of the city, killing two people and wounding 13 before he either shot himself or was killed by police.

In April, a man who linked himself to a misogynistic online community used a van to run down pedestrians in a busy part of Toronto, killing 10 people and injuring 14. [snip]

How did this Toronto shooting happen since handguns are verboten. Another attack in this same city, a man used a full auto transmission assault van to run down 24 people, killing 10.

The question on thinking persons minds is, “The blame for those shootings will rest on the gun. Will they lay blame on the van for those killings?
If not, why not. Not everyone needs a full auto auto, certainly not in a city.

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Daily Insanity

In what is he afraid in his worthless life? Shoot him? No gun owner will waste a round. Perhaps some rabid Lefty might to make a name for himself.
Isn’t it unlawful to abuse the mentally handicapped?

David Hogg protests outside NRA HQ — protected by armed guards?

Anti-gun protester David Hogg hates guns — but apparently not enough to not be protected by them.

Hogg and a collective of anti-Second Amendment agitators protested outside the NRA headquarters on Saturday, and as the group points out, he was protected by armed guards.

The NRA’s photos show, among other things, Hogg with several security agents.

For his part, Hogg unwittingly tweeted a photo showing additional armed security protecting him.

In an attempt to ridicule the pro-2A counter-protesters, the student undermined his own message.

Hogg’s photo shows at least three men who appear to be security agents. Armed police officers stand in the parking lot, ready to protect the teen with big, bad guns. [snip]

This isn’t unusual; Rosie O’Donnell also rants about guns. She has armed security at home and on the street.

The normal cant from the Left is “It’s good for thee, but not for me” is as common as stink on a hog.

Calling 9-1-1

Observations

We have let this go for a while lest we are accused of being intolerant, heartless, insensitive and probably Nazis. That isn’t the case; we simply wanted to clear the trash that wells up from the Progressive swamp. Note that this shooting motivated as it was, occurred in Maryland, a state with strong anti-gun laws and, routinely, traffic stops of out of state elicit vehicular searches of autos with tags of gun favoring states.

One has to wonder given state gin laws, how much worse the carnage at this paper would have been if their were other guns present. You know Liberals/Progressives are ALWAYS right, except when they’re wrong.

Personally, we have no desire to be near them or their states since we seldom find them right.

Biased Agendas

A spark of sanity from one Democrat in an otherwise darkness of clabbering Jackass insanity. It was soon extinguished.

Hard Reality: No Mainstream Gun Control Law Would Have Stopped the Texas High School Horror

Virginia Democratic Senator Mark Warner told CNN’s State of the Union that he doesn’t think “there’s a single piece of legislation” that could have prevented last week’s horrible killing at a Texas high school, adding that a more holistic “series of actions” are needed.  His other nod to reality was acknowledging, after being prodded by host Jake Tapper, that Democrats failed to act on gun control when they controlled all three elected levers of power in Washington, DC during the Obama years. “Perhaps, in retrospect, more should have been done,” he said, amid various evasions and excuses.

Warner — who has moved to the left with the rest of his party on guns — also mentioned background checks and “military-style assault weapons” in the interview, each of which is irrelevant to the latest incident.  The Texas killer was not legally permitted to own guns, and used more traditional (i.e., not an “assault rifle”) firearms during a rampage that left ten people dead.  Nevertheless, these facts, which Warner at least partially recognizes, didn’t stop one of his colleagues from Connecticut from unleashing his preferred brand of demagogic post-tragedy moral indignation:

Chris Murphy (Dolt) CT tweeted: Let’s call it like it is: the horrifying inaction of Congress, slaughter after slaughter, has become a green light to would-be shooters, who pervert silence into endorsement.

I’m left unclear as to what exactly Murphy is talking about. As the New York Times has confirmed, the shooter in Texas used a shotgun and a .38-caliber revolver — and nothing else besides. Moreover, because he was 17-years-old, he was ineligible to purchase a gun either privately or commercially, and thus had no contact with NICS background-check system that Murphy wants to expand. What, precisely, did “Congress” fail to do here?
What perverted signal did it send? What “endorsement” did it provide? … As for the implication that is embedded in Murphy’s tweet — namely, that declining to prohibit a given tool is in some way an endorsement of those who would abuse it — well, I can think of few more destructive ideas in a free country. Was Thurgood Marshall sending a “green light” to the KKK when he voted with the majority in Brandenburg v. Ohio? Are the many opponents of the Patriot Act offering an “endorsement” to the devotees of Jihad? Hardly. By suggesting that his opponents disagree with him because they are happy to “allow” massacres, rather than because they think that his proposals (such as they are) will be useless, Murphy is seriously damaging our debate over guns, and hurting our political culture.

“As far as I can see, there are only two reasonable ways to interpret this behavior: 1) That Senator Murphy is a grandstander who does not understand this issue well enough to do anything but shout “do something!” whenever he sees an abomination on the news; or 2) That Senator Murphy actually does want to ban shotguns and revolvers and everything else besides — and, by extension, that he wants to repeal the Second Amendment to the Constitution in order to get it done.”  Which is it, Senator?  This is why so many gun rights supporters view the gun control movement’s loudest voices as peddling in ignorance or dishonesty.  Take this tweet, for instance, which was shared thousands of times: [snip]

Peccable reflections

In this school shooting, as in every action in the world, there is a message. There is always a message, but most of today’s young mushwits are just too stupid to see the recent history. So another lesson goes unlearned. Most of these toadstools probably never took a physics class, therefore would not have knowledge of Newton’s Third Law.

Accused Texas high school gunman described as bullied loner in a trench coat

The teen accused of killing 10 people in a mass shooting at his Texas high school on Friday was described by fellow students as a quiet loner who played football but kept to himself and was reportedly the victim of some bullying. [snip]

While Abbott said there were few advance warning signs that the suspect had violent tendencies, one ominous social media post was an image of a black T-shirt with the words “Born to Kill” found on the Pagourtzis’ Facebook page.

The Dallas Morning News reported that the Facebook page also bore the image of a trench coat with Nazi insignia. The newspaper said classmates characterized Pagourtzis as unpopular and often the target of bullying.

“He was really quiet and wore like a trench coat every day,” Santa Fe High student Mateo Twilley, 15, told CNN on Friday afternoon. Twilley said he had played football with the suspect. [snip]

The lost lesson, these condom snorters missed, is that bullying will have very serious consequences. In this case as in most others, the victim of the bullies does not use an equal but opposite force; a shock force is used of greater strength is applied. Unfortunately, there were those not involved that got caught in the reaction. that is the penalty for stupid existence is the termination of said existence.

This will continue until we, as a nation, stop blaming inanimate objects for the schools’ ills and blame the true culprits: The administration’s progressive policies. They need to be forced to look into that political mirror. They won’t like who is looking back at them.

Biased Agendas

Some of the idiocy the Left spouts in their mindless rants against guns… and the last from Reagan, the real reason for the Second Amendment.

Then there is this

Damn, a gun in a Gun Free Zone stopped a mass shooting. How come no Maryland politician thought of that?