As lovers and keepers of the Second Amendment, conservative Americans are feeling the effects of a sustained attack on the right to bear arms in the mainstream media.
Of course, this was all to predictable behavior from the vultures over at CNN, MSNBC, Google, and Facebook, who have all longed for another horrific tragedy to blame on firearms in America. In fact, the continued assault on our Constitution has been so methodical and ordinary, that the moment the anti-gun crowd’s boots hit the ground, they were being picked apart by the patriots of our great nation.
Even in the face of CNN inventing new ways in which guns fire, (“full semi auto“), our keepers of Second Amendment have stood strong.
To prove that, Rasmussen has released the findings of a recent poll regarding the Valentine’s Day Massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that completely blows the liberal narrative out of the water.
“According to Rasmussen, 54% of Americans believe government failure is to ‘blame for the mass shooting.’ Only 33% of Americans blame guns. Eleven percent of Americans say they are unsure what contributed to the occurrence of the mass shooting.
“When the sample group was adjusted so as to focus only on Americans ‘who have children of elementary or secondary school age,’ the percentage of Americans who cite government failure as causal jumped to 61 and the percentage who blamed guns dropped to 23.”
This powerful statistic should be shared far and wide, in hopes of discrediting the leftist media who tend to claim otherwise.
This result certainly was somewhat predictable, given the massive failures that have been outlined in the wake of the Parkland incident, as well as the bizarre series of events that allowed mentally-ill Nikolaus Cruz to enter the school and commit his atrocities.
Breitbart laid out a pretty thorough list of the reasons why Americans aren’t buying the left’s nonsense this time around:
1. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBCSO) received 911 calls about Nikolas Cruz in November 2017. The calls referenced violence and erratic behavior. CNN reports that in one of the calls with the host family, with whom Cruz was living after the death of his mother, told PBCSO they feared Cruz was going to turn a gun on the family. The family member told deputies that Cruz was “buying “tons of ammo” and had allegedly put “put [a] gun to others heads in the past.” No charges were filed, no arrest made.
2. On January 5, 2018, the FBI received a tip describing “Cruz’s gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting.” The FBI did not act on the tip.
3. On February 14 Cruz attacked students and unarmed teachers in Stoneman Douglas High. A report from CNN claims four Broward County sheriff’s deputies were at the school as the attack was taking place but not one of them entered the school. On February 22 Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told ABC 13 that video showed deputy Scott Peterson by building 12 on campus, yet Peterson never went inside to confront Cruz. The CNN report quotes Coral Springs sources that claim there were actually four Broward County deputies on scene who did not enter the building.
It truly doesn’t tend to get any clearer than that.
Furthermore, incredible doubts are to be had surrounding the story of David Hogg, a Parkland survivor who has repeatedly been a guest on a number of liberal news networks after his mid-shooting, calm, collected gun rights diatribe went viral.