Another Florida mass shooting brings out the anti-NRA crowd
On Sunday, a shooter killed two people and wounded 11 others at the regional qualifier for the Madden NFL 19 online video game tournament at the GLHF Game Bar inside a Chicago Pizza restaurant in Jacksonville, Florida.
The suspect, David Katz, 24, of Baltimore, Maryland — a football video game competition participant — took his own life following the shooting of fellow contestants, after losing the tournament.
This most recent Florida shooting is already strengthening the resolve of Second Amendment restrictionists that was heightened by the horrific February 14, 2018 massacre of 17 people and wounding 17 others, at a high school in Parkland, Florida perpetrated by former student Nikolas Cruz.
In June 2016, a gunman identifying himself as a Jihadist “Islamic Soldier” killed 49 people at the Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Despite this latest violence, Americans who respect our Constitutional rights to self protection will not be intimidated by demands to restrict gun and ammo sales following horrific crimes perpetrated by reprehensible monsters. Federal Election Commission records show donations to the NRA’s Political Victory Fund increased appreciably from February 1, 2018 to February 28, 2018 as more Americans join the group they rely on to defend this enshrined basic right that is increasingly under assault. The Victory Fund grades, endorses and donates to candidates supportive of the Second Amendment.
This excellent video speaks eloquently for Americans who value their Constitutionally protected freedom: