Mass murder always seems to inspire more mass murderers. This time, though, they were stopped before they could carry out their plans.
CNN contributor Andrew Gillum called conservative pundit Rick Santorum "ridiculous" on Sunday for suggesting that guns are not the problem in mass shootings.
Whoa, Representative Chris Stewart said the wrong thing at his town hall. People are truly mad about being afraid of mass shooters, go figure.
The journalistic convention is going to kill us all, if it cannot respond to White House willingness to use demagoguery, falsehood, conspiracy theory, and demonization to overtop the "free" press and rewrite the premises those conventions are based on.
The solution, says Trump's bestie, is more weapons surrounding our public schools. Does he own stock in AK-47 manufacturers?
Sure, he'd rammed his car into hers repeatedly, but a man's gotta have his guns, right?
And what higher value is there to the reality-TV king than that? Forget all those dead people!
Membership must be thrilled with leadership that promotes the killing of school children, all the while spending lavishly on themselves.
Guns and alcohol don't mix, even with a bulletproof vest. These guys learned that the hard way.
Fox must be trying to appease their NRA and Angry White Male demographic with this latest bizarre suggestion from Pete 'I don't wash my hands' Hegseth. Maybe he should remember what happened to his colleague Jeanine Pirro.
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