There are a lot of bad people in the United States. There are a lot of lunatics in the United States. There are a lot of truly dangerous people in the United States...But are we worse than other countries just because we have had some terrible shooting incidences?
"But let’s be clear: At some point, we as a country
will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not
happen in other advanced countries. It doesn’t happen in other places with this
kind of frequency."
- Barack Obama
It's hard to believe these kind of shootings don't happen in other countries, but if our President says it, it must be true...Right?
Oh, maybe the Prez would lie...As if I'm surprised.
But I'm sure many of you are surprised to find that other "advanced counties" terrible shooting incidences happen just as frequently as the do in the U.S...Surprised because the propaganda you are fed on a daily basis goes out of its way to present fiction to it's consumers in order to push its Leftwing agenda.
And yes, I see that 227 figure, but it's important to note the U.S. has 341 million people (plus who knows how many million illegals), compared to these other countries which have much smaller populations...Which is why the U.S. is below the other 5 - the table is proportional.
It's also interesting to note how the Mainstream Media has sort of let this matter settle, and isn't spending much time on the shooter - because it's the fault of the gun, not the guy. Why are they pushing this line...Could it be because the shooter doesn't fit their preferred profile?
"On the left is the selfie Christopher Mercer uploaded to his social media...On the right is how CNN presented the same selfie in broadcast stories about him." - Conservative Treehouse
Surely you jest! CNN and it's comrades couldn't possibly be this stupid? They couldn't possibly think the American people are this stupid? Why would they do this?
For the record, Mercer is not half-white and half-white, as CNN presented him. He is half-white and half-black - Just like Obama.
Hey, wait a minute. Instead of making up fake stats about the U.S. being the worst place in the advanced world, maybe Obama could have said something more realistic, like:
'If I had a son, he'd look like...Chris Mercer.'