Of the 95 cases, at least eight were suicides in which no one else was killed or injured. In many of these instances, such as when a professor at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology killed himself in an empty classroom, or when a 23-year old man shot himself on the grounds of an Iowa public school after midnight, these events occurred while the school was empty and the shooter isolated.
There were also cases of late-night criminal acts included in the study such as a May 2014 incident in which a pair of armed robbers shot a student at Marquette University after 2 a.m. during the course of a mugging. In another case cited by Everytown as a school shooting, a 38-year-old man was found dead in a Clarksville Tennessee high school parking lot and investigators quickly deemed it an issue that did not involve the school itself.
via Everytown’s claim of 95 school shootings since Newtown draws fire.
Anybody actually surprised that Mayors & Moms have no problem repeating the same lies they got called by everybody including CNN?
At least Shannon is behaving like a mother “Those numbers are right because I said so! No go to your laptop and publish it like I told you!”
One thought on “Lies, Part 1: Everytown’s claim of 95 school shootings since Newtown draws fire”
Their public-visibility is waning so they are trying to keep themselves relevant. They won’t go away, and they’ll keep pushing their agenda until the billions run out, so we can’t ignore what they’re doing; not even a little. But the focus has shifted from gun control and they are very much in an echo chamber right now.
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