Is there no deceny in the world anymore? The answer, is probably not.
There was a shooting at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College today. All that is known at the time is that 10 people are dead with another 20 injured.
Of course, that’s all liberals need to know about the Oregon Shooting…
— Josh Nelson (@josh_nelson) October 1, 2015
Because words on paper stop criminals and comfort families more than God can? Mmmmm… k.
Less prayer, more gun-control #UCCShooting
— Highly Scatological (@RaisingOneBrow) October 1, 2015
Right. Because… you couldn’t possibly shoot back if you had a gun.
And don't anyone dare tell me those tragically killed today would have been safe if they'd only been armed. I'm so done. #uccshooting
— Dr. Seema Yasmin (@DoctorYasmin) October 1, 2015
What exactly is the “more” we should have done?
All those poor parents, who have lost a child today. I am sorry we didn't do more to stop this from happening again #UCCShooting
— Mirah Atabaki (@mirahwood) October 1, 2015
Hey, Saeed? There are more mass beheadings in the Middle East. Like, daily. #justsayin
Second Amendment says never. So… never.
Conservatives should start a countdown timer right now so we all know when it’s okay to talk about gun control. #UCCShooting
— Jon Swihart (@JonisDelicious) October 1, 2015
And of course, here’s my personal favorite.
Josh Earnest reacts to shooting news – Common sense gun control still supported by the administration
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) October 1, 2015
Just once, I’d like someone to follow up and say, “What ‘common sense gun control‘ would have prevented this?” You know, since at the time we don’t even know who the shooter is let alone his motives, how he procured the weapon or whether he even respected the state gun laws. You know, any actual facts. Like, would the school being a gun free zone have helped?
Seriously though, the families haven’t even been notified yet. Liberals seriously can’t wait 60 minutes before trying to score political points off of a tragedy.
I don’t even know what else to say.