The left is evil, pure evil.

In addition to this grotesque act of inhumanity (attacking a victim’s family for their political affiliation), the left-enemy is using these gruesome murders to once again try to usurp our Second Amendment rights and disarm law-abiding Americans.

It’s not guns, stupid, it’s the culture.

My compatriot Mark Steyn nailed it:

Gun-control advocates often say that, well, the Second Amendment was passed in the age of muskets, before all these big, scary-looking semi-automatics came along.

In fact, there’s a mere quarter-century between the death of the last Founding Father (Madison, in 1836) and the invention of the first continuous rapid-fire gun (the Gatling, in 1861).

It’s a 19th-century technology, like almost everything else other than the computer.

But not until the late 20th and early 21st centuries did schoolboys think to use that 19th-century technology to slaughter their classmates.

So we – or at any rate some of us – have changed, and for the worse. And the question is why that is: The decline of organized religion, the rise of ersatz substitutes, the collapse of the family, the spread of mass media, the expansion of education, its descent into social engineering, the epidemic of over-medication, the absence of men, the metastasization of narcissism and the worship of the self… Maybe we could have weathered two or three of these, but, as I’ve said before, we changed too much too fast – and somewhere in the void a particular combination of factors incubated the depressingly similar young men who gun down their fellow pupils.

“The unsayable is at last beginning to be said: the reason kids are shooting up high schools is …high schools.” (more over at Kathy Shaidle’s place)


By Ryan Saavedra, Daily Wire, February 15, 2018

On Thursday, one day after the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, intolerant and hateful leftists attacked a man whose daughter was murdered in the shooting because he is a Trump supporter.

The attack happened on Twitter when journalist Alexandra Seltzer, who writes for the Palm Beach Post, tweeted out a photo of Andrew Pollack holding up a photo of his daughter on his phone while he was wearing a “Trump 2020” t-shirt.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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