A 19 year old kid can go buy a gun “legally” without a background check. He has social rants on Facebook, joins social hate groups and vibes with them about the people he wants to kill and yet the people in charge want to fight for his “right to obtain a gun.” The “powers that be” say that they don’t believe the gun laws alone will stop or halt this activity, so they continue to fight for the rights of those who advocate violence. You have to go through a test to drive a car. You have to go through a background check to receive credit. You don’t have to go though a test to obtain a gun. What’s wrong with this picture? Just check out what the parents of the slain children are saying in this article:
The lack of gun control makes us all victims. We have the power to engage in extensive background checks that are needed. Since this 19 year old shot up an entire school and told many others of his intentions, can you imagine what he probably would have said if they had just done a background interview on him? This could “more than likely” have been averted before anyone was killed. A gun doesn’t go off by itself. People have to shoot it for it to work, and if we have tests and background checks for everything else then we need to have them for gun ownership. When politicians accept money from the NRA it makes things way more difficult for them to legislate for background checks. As far as I am concerned, those people need to be “terminated immediately.” When the “powers that be” want to put up a wall and bar “suspected terrorists” from entering the country, you would like to think that they are looking out for your best interest. However, if you get shot and killed by a terrorist who got guns legally in your country will that make a difference to you? We need to “know” who the people are that are accepting money from the NRA and we need to make sure these people “never get elected again.” We need to realize that as a collective people we are “stronger” than the NRA and if necessary we will make sure the background checks and laws are implemented to protect ourselves. This has gone on long enough. Our kids are not safe in school anymore, and that is because certain powers want to protect the rights of shooters rather than the life of our kids. You can ignore this if you like, but once it happens to you (or someone in your family) then you will see the “full significance” of this. A 19 year old kid with a history like this kid should NOT have been able to secure a weapon of any kind “legally.” Until we recognize that we can look for “more of the same.” God help us if we can’t make this right… Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.
Johnny gil and Bobby Brown with Brett Jolly