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Second mass shooting in less than 24 hours: 9 dead in Dayton

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27 minutes ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

If the reports we are now seeing are even half accurate, the Ohio shooter shouldn't have ever been allowed access to firearms. 

Unfortunately, in our society access to guns takes priority over access to healthcare.

 

One is a civil right.  The other is a perceived civil right.  

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53 minutes ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

If the reports we are now seeing are even half accurate, the Ohio shooter shouldn't have ever been allowed access to firearms. 

Unfortunately, in our society access to guns takes priority over access to healthcare.

 

Yep.  Dayton exposes a vast array of problems.  

Frankly, this shooting should of been prevented. We should live a word that prevented this particular episode.  Enough red flags went off and alerts on him were made that the road he went down that lead to the shooting...should of been altered. 

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43 minutes ago, CRA said:

Yep.  Dayton exposes a vast array of problems.  

Frankly, this shooting should of been prevented. We should live a word that prevented this particular episode.  Enough red flags went off and alerts on him were made that the road he went down that lead to the shooting...should of been altered. 

We do live in a world which, in most cases, would have prevented this occurrence. Problem is, our little part of the world has yet to catch up to the rest of it.

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Instead, McConnell urged Cornyn and the committee chairmen to look into whether new legislation is warranted, if it would meet the goals laid out in President Trump's Monday remarks and could win bipartisan support.

Here is what each chairman plans to look into going forward:

  • Senate Health Chairman Lamar Alexander plans to look into whether any new remedies are needed in ensuring those with severe mental health issues don't have access to guns, according to the sources familiar with the discussions.
  • Senate Commerce Chairman Roger Wicker will review whether any new legislation is needed in overseeing the content of violent video games, the sources said.
  • Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham wants to advance so-called red flag legislation to empower localities to deny individuals access to guns if they pose a threat. Other legislative proposals could come out of these discussions as well, the sources said.

 

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Well there you go mental health and video games.  That is the problem.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Zaximus said:

You could pretty much take any modern country that plays video games though and none are as violent as we are.     

Most of them don’t have any access to firearms either. I’m not making a point that video games are all and the only thing to blame. I’m saying in my opinion “realistic” FPS desensitize people to violence just like our other entertainment cultures. But you don’t see 99.999999999 of people shooting poo up. There are links, look at the guy out of Cali that doxxed the police on a guy in kansas and the police shot him up. 

Obviously there is an underlying mental issue with those people. But that isn’t the entirety either.

It’s in the first sentence of this post. Most of my close friends who I have known longer than the panthers existed don’t even own a firearm. They all play VG’s. They don’t have the want one.

In fact a friend of the other day had to get a redneck coworker cause I wasn’t around to help him humanly kill his hog of 6 years. Cause he couldn’t even do it. That’s normal people. That’s regular people. But they don’t go and complain that I or others have hunting weapons.

They don’t complain another friend of ours who is a women who lives on a farm for the most part alone wants to have a couple handguns in case of an emergency.

Right now everyone who opposes this type of violence instead of just “socialist” crapping on everything should be focused on getting the UBC passed the senate, getting these loopholes where people can have the exact same gun it just matters which part they bought. Getting everything AR-Automatic banned from public usage. Getting rid of these loophole technologies. And inventing gun ownership insurance. The insurance industry could move from medical to gun ownership so easily it wouldn’t be funny. Finally, getting black market weapons off the market completely. 

Then we can start having the discussion on route causes. And further gun control. 

 

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5 hours ago, g5jamz said:

One is a civil right.  The other is a perceived civil right.  

What a colossally immoral and dumb take

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6 minutes ago, AntifaImmigrant said:

basically no different then some of the people who post here.

Go fug yourself for putting more effort into painting a false equivalency than offering up actual solutions, you piece of trash

The shooter was a domestic abuser. 

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3 minutes ago, AntifaImmigrant said:

The guy was a radical, no different then you.

Eat a dick, you troll bitch

Mods, do your jobs. This is clearly a troll account. 

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Just now, AntifaImmigrant said:

Lololol

We get it, you're grasping at straws to change the subject

Get fuged you cryptofascist bitch. Sorry your usual message board on 8chan got shut down. You probably blame brown people and libs for that, too, just like your inability to get laid. fug off, chud

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2 minutes ago, AntifaImmigrant said:

there are no straws to grasp.

If i didnt know any better, you were the same person judging by the content of your posts.

Maybe radicals like you should take a breather from the internet

Maybe suck my dick lol

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The increased frequency of these shootings is directly tied with the state of social media and the internet as a whole. Lack of value of human life is becoming normalized before our eyes and is directly instigated by the White House in multiple ways.

If this shitheel mass murderer sharing some leftist views on Twitter is what finally gets you to take notice of this distinctly American problem, you are an absolute buffoon.

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6 minutes ago, TheRed said:

The increased frequency of these shootings is directly tied with the state of social media and the internet as a whole. Lack of value of human life is becoming normalized before our eyes and is directly instigated by the White House in multiple ways.

If this shitheel mass murderer sharing some leftist views on Twitter is what finally gets you to take notice of this distinctly American problem, you are an absolute buffoon.

The internet is a dangerous thing. 

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Seems like he was an asshole edgelord who got off on offending "normies"

 

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Over the past year, the 24-year-old shooter occasionally performed live vocals in the band Menstrual Munchies, which released albums titled “6 Ways of Female Butchery” and “Preeteen Daughter Pu$$y Slaughter,” with cover art showing the rape and massacre of female bodies. He also performed with a group called Putrid Liquid.

https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/j5yekp/exclusive-dayton-shooter-was-in-a-pornogrind-band-that-released-songs-about-raping-and-killing-women

 

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https://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/politics/a18207600/mass-shootings-male-entitlement-toxic-masculinity/

"We live in a culture that worships men with guns. You can probably think of many off the top of your head—John Wayne, Indiana Jones or James Bond come immediately to mind. They’re all men who get what they want. Women are all eager to have sex with them. They have the respect of their peers and their communities.

Most of the men who commit mass shootings were not those widely admired men. They were men who felt they were owed something, and that the world was not providing what they were owed.

In many of these mass shootings, the desire to kill seems to be driven by a catastrophic sense of male entitlement. In some cases, the perpetrators seemed to feel that if people did not give them precisely what they wanted, then those people did not deserve to live. The only just world, in their minds, was a world they were the center of.

In many of these mass shootings, the desire to kill seems to be driven by a catastrophic sense of male entitlement.'

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