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As Twenty-One More Students & Teachers are Dead Due to Shooting, the Matters of Gun Control in America is Still, Unresolved

Despite how many shootings there’d already been, there’s still NO gun control laws being signed by the U.S., because the citizens believe firmly, their rights to bear arms, is way more important, the how these dangerous weapons are causing the lives to die off left and right, why the gun control laws can’t be passed, in the U.S., despite how many shootings there’d been already, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

May 14th, 2022, an eighteen year old opened fire at a super market in Buffalo, causing ten fatalities, three wounded, and during the process of his assault, he’d streamed it live.

On May 24th, 2022, another eighteen-year-old Texas teen first gunned down his own grandmother, then, took the AR-15 assault rifle to a nearby elementary school and opened fire on the random students, causing the fatalities of two instructors, nineteen students, with eighteen more wounded.

the second amendment right supporters…

photo from online

Based off of the news report on June 2nd of the Washington Post, it’d only been five months into 2022, there’d been more than 250 large scale massacres, with more than four wounded, not counting the shooters.  On average, there’d been no less than four massacres, this showed the severity of the problem.

The problem is not just severe, it’d worsened with time too.  Prior to 2018, the yearly massacre hadn’t exceeded four hundred cases.  In 2019, there’d been 417 cases, 611 cases in 2020, by 2021, there were, a total of seven hundred.  What I observed, is how the political systems of the U.S., is responding to this problem that’s increased by severity by the year.

If you all watched the news lately, the senators from both parties are now, negotiating the laws of gun control, and they would have the means to get the amendment passed from the shooting deaths of the nineteen elementary age students in Texas.  But ten years prior, the Hook Elementary School in Connecticut also had twenty elementary students who’d died in a shooting, back then, the public opinions are also supportive of the passing of a gun control bill, but the bill still, didn’t pass.  The U.S. had been in the vicious cycle of shooting, mourning for the deaths, evaluation of the problem, drafting up the bills for gun control, not passing enough votes, for awhile now.

For many years, gun control had been an issue of debate that separated the politics.  The NRA being one of the strongest forces of supporting the right to bear arms, stated how it is the citizens’ rights to bear arms.  They have the political funding, and supporters, and, in election time, they can easily sway the votes.  And, a lot of the politicians’ political careers are, led by the N.R.A.

For instance, after the shooting in the supermarket in Buffalo, New York, a local senator of the Republican Party, Chris Jacobs supported a stricter gun control law, to ban the sales of massive assault weapons, to lower the number of bullets per casing being sold, and increasing the age of purchase of semi-automatic weapons to twenty-one, etc., etc., etc., which started his own party’s more conservative members on him, this made Jacobs, who would’ve succeeded in winning another term to retire at the age of fifty-five, to not seek out re-election, because he knew what faced him will be the “funding of the interest groups, and the untrue negative messages on him that will attack his credibility.

the supporter of a gun control amendment…

the students protesting on the streets! photo from online

In actuality, the majority of Americans are FOR a stricter gun control laws, especially after the massive death of the random shootings.  I also saw the recent U.S. T.V. reporter, interviewing the host of the gun shows, and they are all for a stricter gun control laws.  But, all of these public opinions, can’t get turned into actual gun control laws in the end.

One reason, is that their passionate cause can’t continue, while it takes time, for the bills to get passed.  And, after at least months of negotiating, the people’s opinions are replaced, by other items on the to do list.  Oni the other hand, the public opinions are a generalized result, but, the election, especially the primaries, are participated, and led by the few political fanatics, which is why there’s this sharp difference, of how they usually don’t reflect the opinions of the public.  And so, the political system of the U.S., can’t find a working solution to this repeated major threat to society.

Not only the U.S., but all the political systems in all countries in the world, may not be able to resolve the long-term issues of the internal affairs of the countries.  The core of the problem rests in how strong the determinations of the people are, how much time, energies, are the locals willing to put in, to show their concerns toward these, varied, issues.  In any systems of politics, most of the people are bystanders, allowing the chosen few to decide on an issue.  We wish that the American will find a way that works best for them, to resolve the problems, and we all need to, be more passionate on the issues regarding the functioning of all of our, separate, countries.

And so, this is why and how the gun control laws, or any other laws have a problem, passing, because of these lobbyists, special interest groups, that are, funding the campaigns of the officials in office, and, surely enough, as those officials who have the right and the abilities to make the changes accepted the moneys, of course they’re all going to do what their sponsors told them to, because that, is how it works.

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Shooting Fuels Parents’ Fears All Over Again

In light of the shooting in TX, from the New York Times, how the shootings in schools, affect everybody in the country, not just those who are directly involved, in the schools where the shootings had, occurred, written by Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura, Chelsea Rose Marcius, & Lola Fadulu…

Last Tuesday night, Luz Belliard sat on the edge of her bed in upper Manhattan in the room she shares with the nine-year-old granddaughter, Victoria, and thought about what to say.

Victoria, a third grader, was sitting on her own bed, which was covered with stuffed animals; she had already seen on the evening news that children her age had been killed in a mass shooting at a school in Texas.

Now, Belliard had to consider just what she would tell Victoria on their walk to school the next morning: Listen to your teachers.  Get down on the floor.  Remember the drills you do in class.

“She’s young, but she understands—sometimes too much,” Belliard said Wednesday outside Victoria’s school in Washington Heights.  “To take your child to school and come back to see them dead, it’s not fair.  It should not be that way.”

“It’s sad that a lot of children died that way.  Those children had a big life ahead of them,” the girl said. “When I hear that kind of stuff it makes me scared.”

In New York and across the country Wednesday, children, parents and caregivers grappled with the aftermath of the deadly shooting in Uvalde, Texas, where an eighteen-year-old gunman killed nineteen children and two teachers before being shot dead by authorities.

They hugged their children a little tighter and lingered a little longer at drop-off.  They could imagine too easily a gunman bursting into their own child’s classrooms.  And they were once again faced with a haunting question: Is there anywhere in America schoolchildren can truly be safe?

Some schools around the country took extra precautions in the wake of the shooting.  Schools in Texas and Florida banned backpacks from buildings Wednesday.  Officials in states including Georgia and Virginia sent extra officers to schools as a precaution.  In New York City, home to the largest school system, officials are considering ways to tighten security, including locking school doors after children have arrived for the day.

The shooting has cast a somber tone over the final days and weeks of the school year.

“Sometimes I don’t know what to say publicly,” Deborah Gist, superintendent of schools in Tulsa, Oklahoma, wrote in a Facebook post.  “I feel a huge responsibility to use the right words.  How, though, do I express the horror, outrage, frustration, disappointment, pain, and fear that an event like the shooting in Uvalde brings?  It’s a parent’s, a teacher’s, a principal’s, and a superintendent’s worst nightmare.”

And so, this is how these things affect the children, because they’re in the immediate environment of all of this, and, there’s still the need for tighter gun control laws, to make the arms not that easily accessible to just anyone who wants to buy, and, these shootings still don’t just, affect those whose lives are altered directly, those with victims in the tragedies, it affects, everybody in the world.

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Another Shooting in the U.S., the Gunman Shot Four, Then Turned on Himself

And you still don’t think that being able to own and BEAR arms is the root of this, problem???  And yet, the police department patted itself on the back, on their, short response time in the incident there, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

On the afternoon of the first, there was a shooting at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a total of five deaths, including the gunman who’d turned the gun on himself.  The police estimated that the age of the gunman is between thirty-five and forty, and the motives are, waiting to be, checked out, but stated, that the gunman with the assault rifles, and the handguns hadn’t gone locally to shoot people at random, but the police didn’t provide the public with any more extra details.  There was the twenty-one death massacre at the Robb Elementary School in Texas on the twenty-fourth, so the timing is, especially, sensitive.

The assistant sheriff of Tulsa Police Department stated that as the police received the call stating that the gunman had made his way to the second floor clinic of St. Francis, they’d immediately sent out the officers, and, they’d searched the hospital rooms one by one in the building, on all the floors.

The captain of the police, Meulenberg told, that the police treated the local hospital as an “area of a major disaster”, with multiple victims injured.  Currently, they’re still unsure how many others may have been affected.

Based off of White House Press, President Biden had already heard the debriefing of the case, and the government also offered the assistance, the supports needed to the local government officials.

The paralegal who lives close to the clinic said, that as soon as she’d heard the choppers and the loud sounds coming from the hospital’s direction, she’d immediately rushed out of her own home.

The forty-three-year-old paralegal, as she was interviewed, stated, “This was the most number of law enforcement officers that all rushed to one location in my entire life that I’d, ever seen”.  She’d recalled, the squat team making their ways into the building, described how the police were, “Swift and fast in execution”, “without any, hesitation”.

Reuter reported, that the assistant chief of police told, that as the police received the call in the afternoon, they’d, arrived at the hospital three minutes later, and fie minutes upon arrival, they’d found the gunman, and the victims.  The upsets from the public of the Robb Elementary School shooting was that the police stayed outside of the school, doing NOTHING for a total of seventy-eight minutes.

And, comparing to how the Robb Elementary School shooting the Tulsa Police Department surely DESERVED, that PAT on the back, don’t they now?  And this still just showed, how the excess of armed weapons available to people in the U.S. had, caused yet, another, shooting, only that this time, not that many were dead and injured, so it’s, no big deal, or at least, that’s, what this shit sounded like to me.

KUDOS to the police of Tulsa, OK, for your, quick response time, really, you all deserve that raise from the Department.

Yeah right…

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Opinion Time

The accessibility of armed weapons is what causese so mamy shootings…

Pattimouse

I really don’t see the reason why automatic Rifles are necessary. I can accept handguns (self defense) and shotgun or regular rifles (hunting) but I don’t see a reason why automatic rifles are not being made harder to get ahold of…the only use of AR weapons is killing people..

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I Can’t Stop 🤬 … Luckily, Max Boot Can! — Filosofa’s Word

For over 24 hours I have been alternately growling, grumbling, and had @#$%& coming from my mouth over Tuesday’s school massacre in Texas and the horrid responses of some public figures.  I tried twice to put my words to paper, but I ran out of symbols 🤬 and quickly realized that my anger might be […]

I Can’t Stop 🤬 … Luckily, Max Boot Can! — Filosofa’s Word

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Gun Control Had Been Discussed for More Than Nine Years to Date in the U.S., but There’s Still NO Agreements on it

What the U.S. needs is NOT gun-control, is people control, and stricter laws in getting a gun license, and the parents, locking those GUNS inside a combination safe only the parents know the combinations of, and then, maybe, there would be, less of these, cases in the U.S., off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Democrats Opened Fire, the Republicans Ignored, Biden Went to a Gun-Control Event, was Criticized as a “Total Joke”

There had been cases after cases of shootings I schools, it’d brought up the debate of gun control in the U.S., and yet, the Congress’s laws to control guns hadn’t made any progresses since the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, it’d caused a lot of the Democrats to go from “mourning” to “anger”, aiming their blames toward the Republicans.

The Democratic Congressman from Connecticut, Murphy stated on the 24th, “We took so much time in getting elected, and we are now elected, and yet, what awaited us, is not a country of peace, but a series of shootings, what, are we doing, as members of the congress?”

Comparing to the angers of the Democrats, the Republicans are still evading responsibilities, said, that the most important thing now, is to help the victims of the shootings recover, not the gun control laws; the Republican House representative from Texas, Gonzales stated, “the innocent children became victims of the violence, it’s heartbreaking, I shall face it with everybody”, and yet, not a word of mentioning of setting up the gun control laws.

Since the shooting on the 14th in Buffalo, New York, it’d caused the matter of gun control to resurface again; but Washington Post reported that after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting took twenty lives ten years ago, the almost birthed gun control laws, still hadn’t made any progress yet, and now, what sort of a progress the mass shooting that’s occurred recently has, it’s, not expected.

President Obama stated that he is to use all “his powers” to prevent the mass shootings after the Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14th, 2012, but toward the voices against it politically, the two Republicans had drafted up a gun-control legislation that both parties agreed with.  Machin and Toomey agreed that gun control is necessary, and drafted up a bill for gun control that both parties could, agree on.

And, those on the inside stated, back then, after Obama had declared the gun control means, Biden held more than two hundred conferences with the local parents, scholars, the officials, the army and police forces, the local organizations, and set up the blueprint of gun control, and called up the senators too; but it was the two senators, Machin and Toomey who drafted up the bills, which made a former democratic congressman told Washington Post, that Biden is “completely incompetent”, that his role in the gun control laws was a “total joke”.

And, even though the two congressmen had already worked their best, to found a middle ground between the two parties, and those who want stricter gun control laws, and those who supported second amendment rights, the votes still didn’t pass in 2013.

And since this fail, the Congress had, never again, passed any laws closely related to gun control since.

And so, this is, how the availabilities of guns, made these shootings happen, if there are stricter gun control laws, and strict rules for owning guns, to reduce the chances of one being available to all who wanted one, then, maybe, there wouldn’t be as many shootings in the U.S., but it didn’t work!

So yeah, there are going to be, shootings in the future, and it’s still not because there’s no gun control laws, but because of how people can’t control themselves.

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Shots Fired in the Subway of New York, at Least Five Dead, Thirteen Wounded

Another shooting , in the country of, Second Amendment worshippers, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

New York Times and other media reported, that the 36th St. Subway station platforms, on the morning of the twelfth during the morning rush, there was a shooting, and the gunman threw a smoke bomb as well, injuring thirteen, at least five were shot, and many of the injured suffered smoke inhalation.

The police is currently trying to catch the man, in an fluorescent orange worker’s vest, who was suspected to be the gunman.

a video of passengers, running for their lives

Passengers flee NYC subway shooting – YouTube

(and yes, the link works!)

At 8:30 in the morning on the twelfth, the police were called, and rushed to the thirty-sixth stations where the D.N.R routes meet up, the caller told of how there were smoke in the station.  The United Press reported, that the spokesperson of the New York Fire Department stated, that there’s no sight of any explosives in the train stations.

The photos from the local scene showed several passengers down on the floors, and there were blood on them, with those nearby checking their injuries.  The workers of the transportation department told, that the D, N, R routes will have the delays due to the investigations.

The New York Times reported, that there’s a hike in the city’s cases of shootings, that since the mayor, Adams took office, he’d listed gun control as one of his primary policies.

Based off of statistics, up to April 3rd of this year, there’d been 296 shootings, while last year same time was 260 cases.

So, there’s that tiny rise in the cases, probably due to how accessible guns are in the U.S. and, how a lot of the population in the U.S. are second amendment worshippers, and this was, another case of not having enough gun control in the U.S., after all, you can get the license for one too easily in the U.S.

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A Geek Was Role-Playing, Took a Rifle Toy Gun into the Courthouse

All I want to say to THIS is: are you, FUCKING (don’t pardon me here!) STUPID!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The twenty-year-old male, Su, yesterday morning, took a TOY rifle walked several kilometers to the Chiayi Local District Courts, told the guards “I want to go in for a tour!”, passed the security checks, left the toy gun in the care of the bailiffs, spent about five minutes in the lobby, then, left with the gun; the members of the local community saw him carrying that rifle out, they were thrilled, and notified the police, and eight hundred meters away from the courthouse, the police caught him in front of a super convenience store, took him in for inquiries, and, sent him to the D.A.’s office on threatening behaviors in the public, the D.A. interrogated him, and sent him back home.

The gun that Su had with him, was found to NOT have any killing powers, the court evaluated, the local district courts told, because the man was more than compliant, and considering how the court house is an open-to-the-public place, after he’d passed the security checks, they’d allowed him inside, that in the future, if similar situations were to occur, the guards are going to be more thorough, more careful, and have the local police officers to help out.

here’s what a TOY rifle looks like…

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Based off of understanding, two years ago, Su bought the toy rifle for $6,000N.T.s, he’d wanted to go out for exercises, and role play a little, it was the first time he’d taken that toy rifle “out for a walk”, the label on the gun barrel said, “low motion toy gun!”, and is activated by air.

Yesterday, Su put on a hat, with the toy rifle, exited from his home, his older sister saw, tried to persuade him out of bringing the toy gun out, about a little past eleven in the morn, he’d walked a couple of kilometers from his residence, to the Chiayi District Court, complied with the security checks, and, have the security keep his toy rifle, stayed around on the first floor lobby of the courthouse for about five minutes, took his gun with him, continued walking east on Lingseng E. Road, then turned left onto Dong-Yi Road.

As the police were called, they’d rushed to the district courts, and not found Su, they’d tracked him through the street surveillance cameras, an at around one in the afternoon, they’d stopped him at a super convenience store on Dong-Yi Road, Su didn’t resist arrest, claimed, “it’s not illegal to walk with a toy rifle down the streets!”, denied having the intent to cause harm to the general public.

Su’s mother told, that after her son dropped out of middle school, he’d become, a stay-at-home geek, rarely headed outside, and he’d logged online to watch the war films, loved collecting the guns, and the rifle he took out, she’d paid for; in recent years, her son had slept through the daytime, and stayed up through the nights, suffered from a sleep disorder, that he was being treated at a psychiatric clinic, and had his meds regularly, and is in therapy.

The police found two witnesses, and the bailiff from the courts to testify, that how he was misconstrued for carrying a real weapon, and the members of the public felt, threatened and afraid.  The C.E.O. of the Chiayi Attorney’s Guild, Chen believed, that there would be need for evidence of how Su behaved in a threatening way, then, Su would get convicted for breaking the laws on social order.

and here’s, a REAL one…

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comparing to the previous photo, can anybody tell the difference??? Photo from online

And the takeaway “brownie point” for this one is???  Oh yeah, don’t be STUPID, and BRING that life-like TOY gun to the public, because other than Y-O-U, the one who’s, bearing that “FALSE arms”, nobody ELSE knows, that wow, that air or BB gun or rifle looks, so much like the real thing, and we should, all???  DUCK!  When we see someone, walking down a street with that!

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Biden Asks for Stricter Gun Control Laws: Gun Violence Had Brought Shame to the U.S.

This would be necessary, to put stricter controls on gun ownership, you do realize that, don’t you, especially, in light of the recent shooting happenings in America, and yet, those members of the N.R.A, supporters of the SECOND AMENDMENT rights are gonna, start, wailing super, duper loud now!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

As the mass shootings and murders occurred continuously in the U.S., President Biden issued the first wave of laws on stricter gun control, including the ghost guns, and assigned Chipman who’s supportive of gun control laws as the head of ATF, Biden claimed that gun violence had become an “epidemic” in the U.S. and had brought shame to the reputation of the country internationally already.

On the eighth, Biden signed six gun control executive orders at the Rose Garden.  He stated that he wasn’t breaching the Second Amendment rights of the people, “what those deceitful saying wanted us to do, is to endanger the rights of the second amendment, but I’d not changed any of the clauses of the second amendment whatsoever.”

members of the public that support strict gun control laws…photo from online

“It’s awkward, how people are saying what we’re doing is against the constitution”, Biden said it straight, the problems of gun violence is a matter of national emergency, an epidemic, causing $280 billion economic loss per year; in the midst of all of these laws, he’d called out to both parties of the Congress to resolve the problems with guns on the legislative front, claimed that this problem isn’t party-related.

The cases of violence involving guns are prevalent in the States, Colorado, Georgia, and the most recent, in California, the Democrats pressured Biden and his cabinet to find ways to resolve, and, Biden’s actions today, is far off from the promises he’d made from before the election, this also showed, how the President has only limited control over the matter of gun control; the WH reiterated that the issue should be resolved through amending the constitution, while the House of Representative passed the enforced background check, but the Democrats being the minorities, this doesn’t look good that the bill is going to get passed.

The measures that Biden proposed mostly came from the justice department, the head of the justice department, Garland who was attending the discussion session told, that the newest amendment included the control over the “ghost guns”, ghost guns are the gun parts bought legally, then assembled by the consumers into a weapon, these guns don’t have serial numbers and when used in a crime, it would be hard for the justice department to track down; the Department of Justice will propose the legislations of control over “ghost guns”, and within sixty days, set up the laws in regards to the control of the usage of the gun barrel, the device allows the handguns or short rifles to shoot like rifles, the gun was used in the shooting in Colorado, caused serious damages in number of deaths and injuries; at the same time, to provide more data for the gun smuggling ring as well.

and on the other side of the “fence”…

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Biden also appointed the Red Flag legislation to be suggested to the states, so the states can set up the red flag laws on gun ownership on their own, this law allows for temporarily disarming of weapons that can cause oneself or others serious bodily harm.

Also, Biden had named Chipman, who’d worked as a bomb expert in the ATF for twenty-five years as the head of ATF.  AFT is a part of the justice department, responsible for taxing the guns, the tobaccos, the arms, and to enforce the laws on such, but since 2015, there hadn’t been a set candidate to lead the department, and, the nominees didn’t pass the votes in the House since, which suggested, that the parties are having a hard time agreeing on the laws for gun control.

And that, is how this law of GUN-CONTROL is still, DEAD in the waters, because AMERICANS are all about our rights, when your rights might impede someone else’s right to life, but we the people don’t C-A-R-E, we just want to own guns, because, it’s our, SECOND Amendment rights, and Biden is going to have a HELL of a time, getting his legislation on stricter gun control laws passed all right!

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The Prevalence of Mass Shootings in U.S. the Resolve of Guns without Solutions in America

Yeah, uh, BLAME it on the SECOND AMENDMENT, and all you, NRA fanatics here!!!  Off of the Front Page Section, translated…

On the twenty-second, a large-scale massacre happened at a Colorado supermarket, resulting in at least TEN dead, this was the SEVENTH larger-scaled massacre so far this year.

This was also, the SECOND large scale massacre that got the world’s attention in America in a week’s time.  The massage parlor shootings on the sixteenth of this month in Atlanta, Georgia by the suspect, Long, of the eight who’d died, six were, Asian females, and this had caused the protests to happen across America with the Asians in the community marching in protest against hate crimes.

Based off of USA Today, Associated Press, and the data collected by Northeastern University, the supermarket shooting in Colorado is the SEVENTH large scale massacre since the start of this year.  The database defined the massacres as other than the shooters, there are more than four deaths.

CNN reported, in this past week, there were large-scale massacres every single day, other than the eight deaths in the Atlanta shooting, Stockton, California, Houston and Dallas of Texas, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the past few days, there were the massacres of more than five deaths ongoing, thankfully, those who were shot were mostly, not fatally wounded, only two had died.

In the past decade, within a hundred kilometers radius, of where the massacres at Round Rock, Colorado, there were the multiple shocking murders locally.  Back in 1999, Columbine High School which was only fifty-kilometers away, had the massacres of a total of fifteen fatalities, and twenty-four wounded including the two shooters.  In 2012, a man took a gun into the theatre as the Batman Premiere was showing, and started shooting at random, causing twelve deaths, seventy wounded.

“We the People”…WANT GUNS!!!

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found online

In America, gun is too easily accessible, this is one of the primary reasons for these larger-scale massacres.  The Washington Post reported, the shooter, Long of the Atlanta Massage Parlor massacre picked up a gun at the gun shop on the day he started on his shooting rampage, and, the background checks at the arms shop were only formalities, there’s no waiting to confirm if the licenses were valid, gun is given out by the store, and he took it, and headed straight to the massage parlor.

On the twenty-third, the Senate held an emergency hearting, discussing the two large-scale shootings that happened in the week, along with the matters of gun control.  The group that demanded a tougher law on gun ownership pointed out, that from 2009 to date there’d been, 246 cases of large-scale shootings, in just Colorado, on average, there are 805 people who’d died from gun violence per year.

And yet, the second amendment protected the rights of citizens from owning guns, and whenever the subject of gun control came up for discussion in the Congress, the Republicans who are in support of the Second Amendment Rights would fight it, even if the polls showed, that the supporters of both parties are onboard with the gun control laws now.

And so, this, became, a NATIONAL matter, and yeah, it is, the American citizens’ rights to OWN arms, sure, but, sometimes, guns are too easily got, you don’t even need to get thoroughly checked for any violent crimes records, you just need to get that license, which is bought with money, and you can, own one, and, you’re still, in support of your, SECOND Amendment rights?  Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for the “Stand-Your-Grounds” law, but, guns are too easily accessible in America, which is precisely WHY, mass shootings are happening all over the country right now.

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