2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado | RecreationalWriter

So yes, there is a problem in America when headlines like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado” continue to be broadcast. But the problem is not guns. The problem is violence glorification and lack of parenting. But the talking heads do not want to address that. It is easier to blame a right afforded to us by our Constitution, rather than to address people, and accountability.

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Fox News is reporting that
2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado. This is horrible news. Likely not news that any civilized human being would want to hear.

And … HERE. WE. GO.

Undoubtedly, all of the talking heads at CNN, MSNBC, Huffington Post, Vox, Washington Post, New York Times, and the rest of the fact-lacking outlets, as well as, no doubt, almighty righteous democrats running for president, will be on the common band wagon that happens when something outrageous like
2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado happens. Ban guns.


So yes, there is a problem in America when headlines like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado” continue to be broadcast. But the problem is not guns. The problem is violence glorification and lack of parenting. But the talking heads do not want to address that. It is easier to blame a right afforded to us by our Constitution, rather than to address people, and accountability. Why is that? Guilt?

With the headline of 2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado, it’s clear that the talk of the (left) internet will be to ban guns. Even Florida’s own Andrew Gillum was against a law [that passed] that allows for the widening of arming teachers at schools that will help to prevent headlines like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado.” Authorities have released little to this point in facts around the shooting, but did state that it was an adult and another individual involved. They did not elaborate as to if any of the teachers were armed, to help protect against this attack. They did say that the responding Deputies “immediately engaged” the suspects, something contrary to what liberal (and anti-gun) Sheriff Israel’s mandate was in the Parkland shooting (this is apparently being disputed, and that there were not orders to “stand down” as at least one Officer initially reported to news.)

I wholeheartedly agree that there is a problem in this country. And with another headline like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado” that is evident. But contrary to what the liberal, anti-gun talking heads like Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, David Hogg, Andrew Gillum, CNN (as a whole), MSNBC (as a whole) say and project as fact (which is not fact) the problem is not in and of itself guns. It’s not a matter of taking all of the guns from law abiding citizens – the last I look taking a gun on a school campus was a crime, and discharging said gun on a campus was a crime, and injuring or killing someone on campus was a crime. Did any of the criminals care? Who was upholding the law? The unarmed citizens.

Until ignorant politicians and talking heads like Maddow, Cooper, Lemon, Blitzer, CNN, MSNBC and all the rest understand that there is an underlying issue, headlines like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado” will continue to be on the news. The underlying issues are lack of parenting, violence in games and online, violence an its glorification by Hollywood, and, violence glorification in media. Yes, CNN and MSNBC, and FoxNews and all of the rest are guilty of glorifying violence. Who get all of the coverage in the media? The ones charged with the crime. Coupled with lack of parent oversight of their children. Children are growing up thinking that shooting people, and police officers, while stealing cars, doing drugs and having sex with prostitutes (Grand Theft Auto games) is a daily norm, and just a way of life. Then they see the same in movies from the ever-so-righteous Hollywood figures that re-enforce its normalcy. If that was not enough, then they turn to more of it, and other really stupid ignorant crap on YouTube.

Guns have been readily available in the United States for hundreds of years. So what has changed? “Pushing the envelope” games, videos (YouTube), movies, social media, etc. Even what news media covers, and how they cover it.

So yes, there is a problem in America when headlines like “2 students suspected in gunfire that wounded at least 8, sparked panic in Colorado” continue to be broadcast. But the problem is not guns. The problem is violence glorification and lack of parenting. But the talking heads do not want to address that. It is easier to blame a right afforded to us by our Constitution, rather than to address people, and accountability. Why is that? Guilt?

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