Tag Archives: gun violence

8 killed, 20 wounded in Thanksgiving weekend shootings across Chicago

greenwood-shootingChicago – a city with the most restrictive gun laws in the America. In order to control crime, all that is necessary is to control guns – right?

So why is Chicago one of the most dangerous cities in the country?

And why is President Obama along with the national media and others so vigorously promoting an extreme narrative about gun violence in America?

I believe they are dangerously hypocritical!

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Democrats Should Not Have Guns

From VictoriaJackson.com, posted by  07/18/13 –

Democrats-War-on-GunsLou Ann Zelenik shares:

In 1863 a Democrat shot and killed Abraham Lincoln, President of the United  States.

In 1881 a left wing radical Democrat shot James Garfield, President of the  United States who later died from the wound.

In 1963 a radical left wing socialist shot and killed John F. Kennedy,  President of the United States.

In 1975 a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at Gerald Ford, President of the United States.

In 1983 a registered Democrat shot and wounded Ronald Reagan.

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Chicago Police Chief: Second Amendment Is A Danger To Public Safety

Chicago_murderFrom RedState.com, By: Dana Loesch, February 17th, 2013 – Chicago’s Chief of Police, who previously blamed ”government-sponsored racism” and Sarah Palin for Chicago’s gun violence, declared that the law-ful exercise of the Second Amendment was a threat to public safety. From the Illinois State Rifle Association:

Chicago’s embattled police superintendent dug himself deeper into a pit of controversy today by claiming that lawful firearm owners are agents of political corruption.  Appearing on a Chicago Sunday morning talk show, superintendent Garry McCarthy expressed his conviction that firearm owners who lobby their elected representatives or who donate money to political campaigns are engaged in corruption that endangers public safety.  McCarthy went on to express his belief that judges and legislators should rely on public opinion polls when interpreting our Constitution.

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