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  • MAL
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    This is why it is necessary to own guns ownership...Democrats are letting their voting base out of prison and defunding the police.

    https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/h...ffenders-early

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    I may have made a mistake.

    Brethren, I assumed that the sixth-grade girl from Idaho stole the gun she used in her unicorn-glitter-barbie-gun-rampage, but it could be that Idaho has made it so that everybody, including children, enjoy the right to buy, own, and constitutionally carry firearms.

    Is that so?

    You see, if the existence and effectiveness of your politics is critically dependent upon the number and quality of liberal tears you create, and if the only thing needed for the enactment of such a vile and stupid law would be a progressive somewhere at some time saying, "Perhaps 10-year olds shouldn't own guns," then it becomes a virtual certainty that babies and toddlers in your red state will own guns.

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    How does this sound as the parameters for a new law:

    If a gun you owned was stolen and subsequently used in a murder, aggravated battery, robbery or assault, then you go to prison for a minimum of one year.

    Failure to report a stolen gun before its use in a crime would result in a minimum mandatory sentence of three years.

    The only defenses would be if you had stored it at a licensed gun range or club, in a locked gun safe manufactured to minimum industry standards, or if it was a handgun locked in a small gun safe that was bolted down.

    A licensed gun dealer would be required to have a hardened armory with a burglar alarm system that signaled local police and 24-hour video surveillance sent immediately to the cloud or some off-site location.

    From 2012 to 2017, approximately 1.8 million guns were stolen in the United States. Obviously, gun owners have failed in protecting us from their criminal negligence. We must do something about that, Friends.


    NO GUNS!!!

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    Yesterday, a little black girl brought a gun to her sixth grade classroom in black Idaho and shot two little black classmates and a black school custodian. All of that in the preceding sentence is true except for the word "black." The school district superintendent, it is true, called it the "Worst Nightmare."

    It doesn't matter the skin color, my friends. Guns are the problem.

    Even white children don't deserve to be shot with a gun.

    One final thought, I've seen a number of people suggest that the person who failed to keep this child away from the gun should go to prison. I agree. If your gun is stolen and used in a gun violence incident, there should be strict liability, and you should go to prison.

    Can I get a "No Guns," Brothers and Sisters?

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by ChiefIllini1 View Post

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    American children (0-11) & teenagers (12-17) killed or injured by gunfire since 2014:

    2014: 2,877
    2015: 3,394
    2016: 3,820
    2017: 3,990
    2018: 3,568
    2019: 3,814
    2020: 5,131
    2021: 1,696 [in 125 days]

    I added it up for everybody. In about 7 1/3 years, there have been 28,290 children and teenagers killed or injured by gunfire. That's an average of 3,772 per year. Of course, we've only had one year below 3,772 since 2016, as the numbers seem to go up--along with the number of guns in America. Do we have to have children dying? Is there not another hobby you can take up? Brothers and Sisters, the voices of children are crying out for you to take action!
    Lets see your per capita numbers. Gun deaths also correlate with illegal immigration. 2020 and 2021 reflect a rise in suicide related to the scamdemic.

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    American children (0-11) & teenagers (12-17) killed or injured by gunfire since 2014:

    2014: 2,877
    2015: 3,394
    2016: 3,820
    2017: 3,990
    2018: 3,568
    2019: 3,814
    2020: 5,131
    2021: 1,696 [in 125 days]

    I added it up for everybody. In about 7 1/3 years, there have been 28,290 children and teenagers killed or injured by gunfire. That's an average of 3,772 per year. Of course, we've only had one year below 3,772 since 2016, as the numbers seem to go up--along with the number of guns in America. Do we have to have children dying? Is there not another hobby you can take up? Brothers and Sisters, the voices of children are crying out for you to take action!

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by ChiefIllini1 View Post
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    Besides the 38 instances of gun violence (reported so far) across the nation on May 3, 2021, we learned that the Wisconsin casino mass murderer shouldn't'a had a gun. The Post-Crescent is the newspaper you read in Appleton, Wisconsin, and their investigation found the following:



    Brothers and Sisters, it is time to unite against gun violence. Remove people from office who won't do anything about the scourge. Demand stronger laws! Take your messages of peace and love to the streets and to the airwaves. We shall overcome.
    You are demonstrating that the gun laws that we have don't work because Government is too incompetent to enforce them. More laws won't work unless the law instills mortal fear in the would be perp. Criminals don't follow your laws...if they did, they wouldn't be criminals.

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  • dadudaman4
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    If you remove people from office that won't do anything about the scourge of gun violence, you would be removing most, if not all, mayors and councilmen of nearly every major city, along with the Democratic governors and representatives of those states. I like this idea. For once, you have come up with a good plan. I'm all for it, are you?

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    Besides the 38 instances of gun violence (reported so far) across the nation on May 3, 2021, we learned that the Wisconsin casino mass murderer shouldn't'a had a gun. The Post-Crescent is the newspaper you read in Appleton, Wisconsin, and their investigation found the following:

    ASHWAUBENON - A gunman who killed two people and injured a third at Duck Creek Kitchen + Bar was under a restraining order, but still allowed to possess firearms, after he threatened his former boss.

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    According to court records, Brown County Court Commissioner Phoebe Mix granted a temporary restraining order against Pofahl on March 9 on behalf of a restaurant employee who previously supervised Pofahl. The employee, in documents filed that month, said Pofahl sent her threatening text messages and emails over the course of a few weeks that included pictures of her home and threats against her family.


    Brothers and Sisters, it is time to unite against gun violence. Remove people from office who won't do anything about the scourge. Demand stronger laws! Take your messages of peace and love to the streets and to the airwaves. We shall overcome.

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  • dadudaman4
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    Originally posted by HuffHall View Post

    Such a low hanging fruit, wow
    But true none the less. No?

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  • dadudaman4
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    So, the message is move to Australia. I'll help you pack.

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    You would think that being in a pandemic--we're still averaging over 50,000 new Covid cases per day in the United States--would slow down gun violence, but, my friends, you would be sadly mistaken. To put the information below in some perspective, there have been 122 days in 2021 so far, which means that we've had about 1.44 mass shootings per day.

    Are there enough Thoughts and Prayers to cover this many dead and wounded?

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    We also gather here today to commemorate a recent anniversary.

    It is not all bad news here in the Church of No Guns! Sing the praises of another country with me, Brothers and Sisters, sing praises!

    In 1996, Australia had its last mass shooting. That was 25 years and about 6 days ago. On that day--April 28, 1996--a gunman murdered 35 people. What did Australia do?

    Australia marked the 25th anniversary of the country's worst mass shooting on Wednesday in which a lone gunman killed 35 people and forced authorities to implement some of the world's toughest gun laws.

    Martin Bryant went on a shooting spree on April 28, 1996 at a cafe and tourist site at the former colonial prison of Port Arthur, in the island state of Tasmania, with military-style weapons he had bought without background checks.

    Within two weeks of the massacre, the then conservative prime minister John Howard had brokered a National Firearms Agreement law limiting licensing and ownership controls of guns.

    Australia banned all semi-automatic rifles and all semi-automatic and pump-action shotguns and thousands of unlicensed firearms were surrendered under a gun amnesty.


    They haven't had a mass shooting since that day.

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by ChiefIllini1 View Post
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    More mass shootings yesterday, Brothers and Sisters, with the spotlight on Wisconsin, which has some of the laxest gun safety rules in America. Thank you, Cos-Players! In 24 hours we have added:

    +64 gun deaths
    +118 gun injuries
    +3 mass shootings
    +2 children shot
    +13 teenagers shot
    +5 unintentional shootings
    +2 murder/suicides
    Show me who these people are, where they live, why they were shot...if you cared about these people, even a little bit, you would want to know the circumstances surrounding their death so it could be prevented in the future. If the majority of these people were rural white hillbillies, then we should focus on solutions catered to Hillbillies.

    You won't look up their names, because you don't care...you don't want to see their faces...hear their stories, or know why they died. You just want their statistics...the more dead and wounded there are, the happier you are.

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  • HuffHall
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    Originally posted by dadudaman4 View Post
    The statistics have repeatedly shown that the majority of gun crimes happen in Democrat controlled major cities, and frequently involve black on black crimes. As the righteous advocate that you are, you should demand that all guns in Democrat controlled cities be confiscated immediately. That's gun control that can actually reduce gun violence.
    Such a low hanging fruit, wow

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  • dadudaman4
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    The statistics have repeatedly shown that the majority of gun crimes happen in Democrat controlled major cities, and frequently involve black on black crimes. As the righteous advocate that you are, you should demand that all guns in Democrat controlled cities be confiscated immediately. That's gun control that can actually reduce gun violence.

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