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Uvalde, Texas school shooting: 21 killed, suspected shooter dead, Gov. Abbott says


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3 hours ago, Youngcoach123 said:

@PepeSilvia 😂😂😂😂😂 you doubled down on not knowing the difference between hunting regs and gun laws. Bold move. 

the only thing infringed upon is how many doves you can blast before reloading.......:rofl:

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And for those of you wanting to blame guns, here’s an excerpt from a post by tvc184 from another platform.  He’s a retired former high ranking Police Officer from Port Arthur.

 

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6 minutes ago, ctown81 said:

Kid had known mental issues. No one should be able to buy a gun if you have known mental illnesses period.

Undiagnosed. Not on record. He passed a background check.

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24 minutes ago, ctown81 said:

Kid had known mental issues. No one should be able to buy a gun if you have known mental illnesses period.

Everyone has mental issues.  If someone is crazy and a danger to society they should be in a home.  

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1 hour ago, REX said:

https://notthebee.com/article/check-out-this-thread-on-school-shootings-over-the-past-200-years-and-wonder-where-things-went-wrong

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There's a ton to unpack here. Let's start with the thread:

If you didn't know, gun clubs and shooting classes were pretty normal at most high schools until the last 50 years or so. 

According to the website he links, the first school shooting was in 1794, when four Lenape tribe members entered a schoolhouse near Greencastle, Pennsylvania and shot the schoolmaster and 10 kids in the Pontiac's Rebellion school massacre.

But between 1800 and 1960, nearly every shooting (there were some bombings and fires that should be noted) was one person getting angry at another person – you know, as people do.

Some of us warned about the long-term effects of shutting down society over Covid.

Look at that: A jump from 30 shootings in 2017-2019 to 60+ in 2021???

So what went wrong? What led us to this place?

The thread writer shared this similar thread:

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6 hours ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

the only thing infringed upon is how many doves you can blast before reloading.......:rofl:

Let’s see, the gun is still being regulated so by your logic we should be able to regulate the purchase of high capacity magazines in order to limit how many animals (or humans) you can blast before reloading. 

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19 hours ago, trashyhound said:

What matters more is that those weapons back then had the same capabilities as those possessed by governments.  

Asking citizens to possess arms significantly less capable than that of the government is directly defeating the purpose of the 2A.

So you’re in favor of a billionaire being able to assemble their own nuclear weapon. Interesting. 

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3 hours ago, ObiOne said:

Everyone has mental issues.  If someone is crazy and a danger to society they should be in a home.  

Everyone who should be in a home is not. 

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How many times are we going to believe the media and not ask the tough questions? We know most(not all) of these mass shootings are Cia orchestrated events. Some are false flag hoax type and some are completely real, but done through mk ultra and other means to control the perpetrator. 

I was ready to believe this one to be an actual spontaneous event until further research. 

This was a local article from 2018 from Uvalde TX. Notice these 2 kids would be the same age as the recent shooter is today. But being minors, their names were omitted. The smoking gun is the part I circled and the fact the media is not reporting on this event. It was easy to find. Also, video keeps circulating of the kid getting dropped off by a black government style suv and being handed weapons. It gets deleted almost instantaneously however. 

 

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1 hour ago, PepeSilvia said:

Let’s see, the gun is still being regulated so by your logic we should be able to regulate the purchase of high capacity magazines in order to limit how many animals (or humans) you can blast before reloading. 

Were it legal to hunt humans, the regulations for such a HUNT can be set under the TENTH AMENDMENT.....that in no way infringes on the SECOND AMENDMENT.......your pea brain just can't comprehend the difference......

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It amazes me the amount of people who believe the 2nd Amendment is to protect our rights to hunt. It's to protect the people from a tyrannical government. This is why all the pre planned mass shootings. They need us to agree to give up our guns.

It's also to make us out as crazies who are too untrustworthy to have complete freedom.  "Those that give up freedom for security, deserve neither."

I believe this is to help set the stage for a social credit score and technocracy similar to China. After all, the world will be united under their NWO and digital currency with the mark. 

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1 minute ago, DannyZuco said:

What happens to us that cannot afford digital currency? :)

I'm not talking about us buying crypto or anything.  The digital dollar will be part of The Great Reset they keep telling us about. Will be a form of socialism. I'm sure the good sheeple who obey big brother will not need to worry about digital funds. 

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1 hour ago, PepeSilvia said:

So you’re in favor of a billionaire being able to assemble their own nuclear weapon. Interesting. 

So you'd rather women be allowed to murder their own babies than regular folks own the same guns as soldiers? Interesting. 

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