Meanwhile, in the most gun-restrictive city in America — where strict regulations and laws that make it almost impossible to legally buy, own, carry, or posses a gun — 7 dead and 30 wounded in 37 shootings
I’m trying to imagine a mob of 500 black punk-ass thugs congregating in the Warehouse and 2nd St entertainment district in Downtown Austin, and then randomly attacking and beating innocent tourists and citizens. Oh wait…that won’t ever happen here. And why not? A beautiful little thing called “concealed carry” and it’s widespread practice in Texas.
The Ford City Mall was apparently ransacked by a bunch of white Amish kids who were on Rumspringa in the Windy City.
Emily Miller has become a one-woman spokesperson for our second amendment rights in D.C.
All this ban would do — in addition to violating the second amendment — is to ensure that criminals continue to be better armed than the society they intend to victimize.
Despite the most restrictive gun laws in the entire United States, Chicago had an appalling 532 murders committed in 2012. Most of them involving guns. And most of them committed by black people against black people.
Two more dead gangsters. Sounds like a good day in Chicago, to me. If the families were smart, they’d just pile all three bodies into one mass grave and call it a day.
Because the strictest gun control regulations in the city have proven, once again, that when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.
But, but…strictest gun laws in the nation…
No. Not another massacre at another showing of The Dark Knight Rises, but rather just another ordinary (if not somewhat-slow) Friday night in Chicago.