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The left has gone berserk over another shooting. Interestingly, the left refuses to address the issues that lead to mass shootings, as their PC beliefs prevent them from doing so.


Let us examine the hundreds of millions of people in the world who have died to their inability to defend themselves against tyrants, vs the shootings in the US. Which is worse?


Having gun violence is the price we must pay for being able to defend ourselves against tyrants............................... unless liberals are willing to address the real issues that lead to gun violence, not just the guns themselves.


Liberals create fertile ground for violence, then are surprised when it happens:


1. attack on Christianity
2. single parent families
3. politicians calling for violence against conservatives
4. flooding the nation with illegals, drugs, and guns from Mexico
5. mainstreaming the mentally ill
6. urban violence fueled by the drug trade
7. violence in entertainment
8. erosion of morality
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