Let me get this straight: This maniac murdered six people — half of which he killed with a knife. He also injured 13 more people, and a number of those he hit on purpose with his car. And it’s all the NRA’s fault?

Yes it is, according to people like Dianne Feinstein and others.

These people do not have a serious interest in preventing the recurrence of horrible crimes like this. The NRA does not support guns in the hands of the mentally ill, nor do they serve in state legislatures that make the laws:

Even a diagnosis of serious mental illness, in itself, would not have prevented Rodger from buying a gun under California law, said Lindsay Nichols, staff attorney with the advocacy group Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.

Instead of taking some responsibility for what can happen under laws they helped write, some legislators would rather just blame a gun rights entity that, as a general rule, supports their political opposition. And politics is what it’s all about.

Leave it to the Left to consider more gun control a “common sense” reaction to a mass killing where half the fatalities were caused by knives. How very partisan bureaucracy.

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3 Responses to “Elliot Rodgers’ rampage is the NRA’s fault, according to Dianne Feinstein”

  1. ChapBix on May 27th, 2014 4:51 pm

    The Left is mentally deranged. Michael Savage has it right, liberalism IS a mental disorder and thus Leftists such as Ms. Feinstein have no business owning or carrying firearms of any kind. Doing so would be hypocrisy of the highest order.

  2. Truesoldier__ on May 27th, 2014 10:26 pm

    Gee and which Cali Politician was it that got a concealed weapons permit when they felt their life was in danger. Oh that's right it was DF. The hypocrisy from the left is astounding.

    I think liberalism is more than just a mental disorder. I think it is a biological weapon. It turns the weak minded into slaves and makes us Conservatives sick to our stomachs.

  3. Marshall_Will on May 28th, 2014 1:30 am

    "These people do not have a serious interest in preventing the recurrence of horrible crimes like this."

    More than just driving their twisted agenda, deliberately misinterpreting these tragic events does nothing toward an actual, useful level of understanding. 40 years later, we're still ( well, objective observers ) are still trying to understand Charles Manson's 'family'.

    Yet before the last gun shell or dagger hits the ground, they're already jumping out in front, driving the narrative without a shred of evidence. It's possible the last, pure, unorchestrated/rehearsed event was the Hollywood Shoot Out.

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