I guess one of the reasons I still visit Twitter is because pearls like this land on my account:
mall safe

Nothing bad ever happens at the mall! Didn’t you know that? You can go to any mall in the US like Newport, VA or Orange Park, Fl or Long Island, NY or Albuquerque, Az or Springfield, Mo or Bismarck, ND or Deptford, NJ or North Riverside , Il and never face a melee of idiots playing modern gladiator games.

Then we have straight shootings at Tukwila, Wa or Savanah, Ga or Columbus, OH or Orlando, Fl or Myrtle Beach, SC or Chicago, Il or the two cops killed at the Panera in a mall at Abingdon, Md

All of the above happened in the last 3 to 4 months.

And I won’t even bother go into the Active Shooter events.

And I close with the rest of the exchange:

mall safe 2

The Race Card: Never have a Gun Control discussion without it.

Miss @TallGrrl is what you may call a volunteer victim-on-call and member of the “It won’t happen to me” chapter of the Unicorn Farts Club.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

10 thoughts on “Voluntary Blindness (A.K.A. Choosing Stupid Because You hate Guns.)”
  1. Proof the gun control movement is political and has nothing to do with violence or safety – Whenever there’s a discussion with or between gun controllers, they attack the NRA and authentic American gun culture, even though there are practically zero incidents involving members of that culture (NRA members, concealed carry permit holders, hunters, collectors, competitors, etc.) while they ignore the drug trade, gangbangers/thugs, career criminals, firearms possession by those disbarred from arms, and the mentally ill, and they show no support for firearms safety instruction for any age group. They go after a political target that is not responsible for firearms violence, while ignoring actual perpetrators and the activities and cultures that promote and cause real violence.

  2. maybe if we need to shop from home to be safe then maybe we need to take guns with us to go shopping then.The malls sure won’t be protecting us the way it sounds.

  3. I used to read his blog when he lived here. It was an OK overview of the SFL blogosphere. When he moved he turned into a complete male harridan so I never really got around to following him. His social posts were purely annoying. Then I saw his pro-government anti-gun stance and that was that.

  4. Dave,
    You are so right. Notice how Wayne LaPierre has put himself on record to pit truth against their lies. Deafening silence. (See latest three issues of “America’s First Freedom.”)

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