Gun Violence 10 articles

El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto Faked?

Three weeks after the horrific shooting spree in El Paso, Texas, on the morning of August 3, 2019, leaving 22 people dead and injuring 24 others, the authenticity of the accused sociopath’s so-called manifesto, published about 20 minutes before the mayhem began, is still in question. You Might Like Patrick Crusius (21) stands accused of […]

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Democrats Are “Pure Evil”

Vibora (Deborah) Anchondo, the sister of slain Andre Anchondo had a message for Democrats refusing to welcome President Trump to the city where 22-people (including her sister and brother-in-law) died Saturday morning at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas. Vibora posted an emotional appeal Tuesday on her Facebook page describing the snub by Democrats […]

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Ohio Gunman Was Pro-Gun Control?

According to the Dayton Daily News, Conner Betts who fatally shot 9-innocent people including murdering his own sister, and wounding over two dozen others, in the wee hours Sunday morning, was pro-gun control. You Might Like This astounding piece of information comes from the 24-year-old gunmen’s friend, an individual named El-Fakir. A former classmate of […]

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Youth Gangs Plague Sweden

Sweden is famous for its Viking history, modern architecture, and gorgeous scenery. However, the Nordic country is now also gaining an international reputation for a relatively new and far less appealing phenomenon: gangs of migrant youths who are taking advantage of their status as minors to get away with shocking criminal behavior. After Sweden accepted […]

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Two Former GOP Lawmakers Shot Dead

Within a span of roughly 48-hours two former Republican State Senators were found dead of gunshot wounds — and perhaps even more astounding within neighboring states. You Might Like GOP State Senators Linda Collins-Smith from Arkansas and Jonathan Nichols from Oklahoma were both shot to death, and in the Collins-Smith shooting the police have ruled […]

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Missouri Congress Outguns Federal Laws

Like a pro-2nd Amendment salmon swimming against the post-New-Zealand-massacre tide, the Great State of Missouri is considering creating an Act to regulate its own firearm laws. In a textbook case of States Rights versus Federalism, last month legislators in both the Missouri Senate and House found bipartisan support for the proposed SB (Senate Bill) 367, […]

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