Roughly 22 million Americans — 8.9 percent of the adult population– have impulsive anger issues and easy access to guns. 3.7 million of these angry gun owners routinely carry their guns in public. And very few of them are subject to current mental health-based gun ownership restrictions.
Those are the key findings of a new study by researchers from Harvard, Columbia and Duke University
via Nearly 1 in 10 Americans have severe anger issues and access to guns – The Washington Post.
You’d figure by now that if you make a study and the “result” does not fit with real life events, you go back and reassess WTF went wrong with your calculations. 3.7 million people packing “in anger” and so little (and descending) in the amount shootin’ & killin’ kinda disproves the whole bag of rats.
Then again in the era of “The Science is Settled!” I bet they got a Federal grant too.
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“I bet they got a Federal grant too.”
Take the master’s coin, reach the master’s conclusion. The way I understand what they are saying, if you put 9 carriers of guns in a room, one of them will get mad and shoot the other 8.
I haven’t been able to read the actual study yet (just the article), but in order to believe those quoted numbers you’d have to be a complete moron or an anti-gunner… but I repeat myself.
Blood will run in the streets!
Shootouts over parking spaces!
Gunfights in Grocery Stores!
Most states have had permit to carry for 10-20 years now.
Where are the bodies? Where is the Blood?
Has crime gone up or Down?
We have real objective facts, not opinions and studies.
Note it was released on the weekend of the NRAAM. Coincidence I’m sure.
If somehow their crappy data, analysis and interpretation were all correct, they would never propose another gun control law due to their fear that we would go on a rampage and eliminate them all.
Clearly, they don’t believe their own poor propaganda or they would be walking on egg shells around us.
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