Jim Inhofe Must Be Drinking Too Much Again
October 4, 2017

If you live in Oklahoma, flights of mental fantasy are the only way to entertain yourself. Well, that and drinking too much, which is my theory about Republican Senator James Inhofe.

Okay, read this and try your damnest to tie it in a bow.

Two days after a lone white American gunman killed more than 58 people in Las Vegas, what is now considered one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern US history, Inhofe said the country is “inundated with permissive laws” — like those in “sanctuary cities” where local law enforcement doesn’t enforce all federal immigration laws — perpetuating the “cultural problem” behind mass shooting.

“That has a lot more to do with [mass shootings] than gun owners laws,” Inhofe told me. “You can go ahead and break a law and you can come to a sanctuary city, and they wouldn’t enforce the laws.”

So sanctuary cities cause mass murder? Because the shooter thinks he can run somewhere where mass murder is legal? Like, say, I dunno … Ohio?

He drinks too much. Waaaaaaaay too much.

Originally published at JuanitaJean.com

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