Shootings should not redefine our freedom

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:

6 Responses to Shootings should not redefine our freedom

  1. Kathy says:

    A “gun-free” zone – except for the perpetrator. 24 yr old man starts shooting and murdering 3, injuring 11 after losing a “gaming event” – think about that. And to top it off he is part of the Trump resistance. The left will view him as a hero for the anti-gun marches coming soon & the propaganda media (Operation Mockingbird).

    Meanwhile, in Chicago 28 shot and 2 dead over the weekend – mums the word with the propaganda media.

    • MacBeth says:

      Obama’s former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel is the Mayor of Chicago, which explains the inaction. The streets can run red with blood and Democrats turn their heads.

      As you point out, “gun free zones” are nothing more than an advertisement of vulnerability.

  2. Saguaro Sam says:

    Interesting that the shooter’s parents worked for the Govmt.
    NASA and a Ph.D mother w/FDA.

    Same scenario w/Snowden, except his entire family going back a generation worked for Feds, including siblings.

    Same with David Hogg, the alleged Parkland High School student—-now full blown anti-gun activist. (He was Not a “student” there. He graduated from Redondo High School in CA in 2015).
    Dad and Mom both FBI. Dad a crisis management analyst for the FIBBERS. Moved from CA to FL shortly before the incident.
    David Hogg has had his photograph taken with his arm around
    the shoulders of none other than Nellie Ohr (of the Steele Dossier).
    He captioned one photo indicating that Nellie Ohr was the
    “mother of our movement”.

    The Jacksonville shooter, if you compare photos/sketches, has facial characteristics of the Sandy Hook shooter. Very odd.

    His twitter history, which several people worked very hard to delete yesterday, shows that he was an outspoken Trump hater.

    Jacksonville, FL is the murder capital of that State.
    Jacksonville Landing was built to draw people into downtown (kind of like our Arizona Center).
    However, one must apply the Safari Principle in that FL location.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    In case you have not heard the news, NAFTA is dead.

    The Trump Administration had entered into a bilateral agreement with Mexico.

    U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer is brilliant.
    The negotiations included the out-going Mexican representatives, as well as the representatives for President-elect A.M. Lopez Obrador.

    Here’s a transcript of the phone call between President Trump and the out-going President of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto:

    Interesting exchange near the end of the phone call:

    ♦PRESIDENT PEÑA NIETO: (As interpreted). Thank you, Mr. President, and congratulations as well to you, to the negotiating team, to the (inaudible) of both countries. We’ll be waiting for Canada to be integrated into this process.

    I send you an affectionate hug. And all my greetings to you and my regards.

    ♦PRESIDENT TRUMP: A hug from you would be very nice. (Laughter). Thank you. So long. Thanks. Goodbye, Enrique.

    All involved with the negotiations were present, along with the press, during this phone call made from the Oval Office today.

    Canada PM was very stupid to take orders from Obama, who continues to meddle.

  4. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Great video! I rejoined the NRA after seeing it.

    I was a longtime member who quit after the NRA had John McCain, who talked endlessly about “closing gun show loopholes” was given the honor of presenting the keynote address when the NRA held its annual convention in Phoenix several years ago. I was not the only one who walked out. Far from it.

  5. Tucson GOP says:

    Would sure like to know what caused Pres. Trump to endorse Doug McDucey for Governor. Trump needs to understand who is with us and who is not.

    Ken Bennett is the conservative in this race. McDucey is a RINO, who could put his former boss, Cindy Hensley McCain, in the US Senate to replace her husband, John McAwful. That would be the same as having a Democrat in the US Senate representing AZ. Haven’t had to endure a nightmare of that magnitude since the days of Dennis DeConcini.