Question of the day: Are “gun free zones” popular with wannabe mass murderers?
(Via the FoxNews)
Well, it’s such a difficult question to answer…wait, I know! Let’s ask a wannabe mass murderer!
The man had wanted to shoot up the church because it would’ve been an easy target, the complaint said.
“It’s easy and a lot of people go there. Plus people are not allowed to carry guns in church. Plus, it would make the news. I regret not doing it. If I can’t do jihad in the Middle East, I would do my jihad over here.”
Not that the gun grabbers are actually going to believe the guy. But it confirms what we have of the Gun Culture have known at a gut level and what the evidence shows–mass murderers, spree killers, jihadis all want to attack easy targets. You notice they never attack police stations, gun shops or ranges? Do you think there might be a reason for that?
Yeah, I do to. If the other side would unclench their eyes, take their fingers out of their ears and stop singing Kumbaya for a few minutes and actually pay some attention to the real world rather than Fantasy Land, they might pick up on the trend.
But that’s probably way too much to ask.
1 thought on “Question of the day: Are “gun free zones” popular with wannabe mass murderers?”
A Milwaukee would-be terrorist recently bought a non-functional machine gun in an FBI sting. He wanted to kill 30 people at a Masonic Temple because, well, no real reason other than it presumably was a gun-free zone. I think I'll keep carrying and avoid those "safe" zones, thanks.