Chuck Norris brings a round house kick with the truth to Obama and every liberal reacting to the Charleston shooting.
My wife, Gena, and I extend our most sincere and heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of the nine victims – including a pastor and senator – who were gunned down by that cold-blooded and cowardly murderer at the Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Our hearts break for them and our prayers go out to them all.
While we grieve and lay those loved ones to rest, we must also press forward courageously and learn the lessons glaring at us yet again through another American tragedy.
I concur that racism is still at the heart of far too many violent crimes, and we need to continue to address the issues revolving around it. At the same time, there is more to be addressed here beyond prejudice, like also preventing more church shootings, which have been on the rise over past years and haven’t been addressed yet by the mainstream media in the wake of this tragedy.
President Obama was dead wrong when he immediately took advantage of the tragic South Carolina massacre to promote his anti-gun agenda. He placed the blame of those brutal murders upon the lack of gun restrictions and laws. Obama noted: “Innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hand on a gun.”
When will Obama and other progressives learn that increasing government gun control and legislation won’t keep them out of the hands of bad guys? They will further disarm honest, good Americans who need that protection against murderous thugs like the parasite who walked into the Emmanuel AME Church.
Imagine once again, if just one of those Christians who held a Bible in their hand at that AME church also packed a pistol via a legal concealed weapons permit. Souls could have been saved.
If Obama really wants to reduce firearm power, he should consider stepping out of office, because his presidency has increased gun sales more than any other. As the management of gun maker Smith & Wesson just explained Friday, “We experienced strong consumer demand for our firearm products following a new administration taking office in Washington, D.C., in 2009.”
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