More Gun BS From Trump

Lump of Coal, anyone?

Hair Führer speaks out on the high school gun shooting:

“Our administration is working closely with local authorities to investigate the shooting and learn everything we can,” he said. “We are committed to working with state and local leaders to help secure our schools and tackle the difficult issue of mental health.”

And no one reminded Comrade Stupid that he signed legislation to make it easier for mentally ill people to buy guns.

Also/too: what’s missing from his statement? Guns.

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9 Responses to More Gun BS From Trump

  1. donnah says:

    Trump couldn’t convincingly show empathy if his life depended on it. Words of sympathy or genuine emotion must taste wooden in his mouth. And the Republicans, doling out heaping helpings of thoughts and prayers are disgusting hypocrites while filling their pockets with sweet, sweet NRA money. They are cutting funding across the boards for medical care, and mental health issues fall under that broad umbrella. The president and his party feel nothing for the children who are killed every day in this country. They should stop pretending that they do.

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  2. Sirius Lunacy says:

    When you are part of an administration or an entire party whose goal is to drive everyone out of public schools and into private schools, Christian schools or workhouses, depending on caste and ethnicity, regular public school shootings are a good thing. Don’t expect them to do anything meaningful to stop them.

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  3. Bruce388 says:

    Anyone looking for moral leadership from President Pussy-Grabber/Pornstar is going to be disappointed.

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  4. ming says:

    Let me translate that for you: “We plan to do nothing”.

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  5. MDavis says:

    I remember when Robocop appeared on network TV and I thought it seemed a little over the top in outlining the dystopian setting. Now, if I remember it right, it seems more like a documentary.
    Oh, and even Robocop kept away from perversions like school shootings.

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  6. w3ski4me says:

    I have been a gun owner since about 10 years old, and I am 64 now. I was raised to know gun safety and responsibility as a way of life. I own about a half dozen guns and love to target shoot at extensive ranges. I reload my own ammunition even. I “food hunted” for a few years in my early 20’s, but now have money and access to buy my food and have not hunted since.
    I live on remote property and occasionally have to repel predators like a “coiled” Rattlesnake in my own back yard. I’ve also lost a few cats to something in the night, that I would admittedly kill to save my own critters.
    And, even I have come to believe that it is time for some kind of control of firearms.
    We are way too far down the rabbit hole to let this continue as is.
    I really have no idea as to what “The” solution is, but as a Country we do obviously need a solution.
    Even if we chose to ban guns entirely, there are way too many squirreled away in drawers and shoe boxes to ever make them go away.
    An ‘AR” in’t required for multiple deaths. Heck a Machete cal kill it’s share if wielded by a determined person.
    We have lost more than enough innocent children to Require some solution.
    Obviously Mental Health screening and treatment come to my mind. There are too many unregistered “nuts”, guns or not.
    What can work for us? It’s past time for “prayer”, the walls are collapsing already.
    w3ski

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    • MDavis says:

      Florida can do this:
      https://www.flhsmv.gov/resources/handbooks-manuals/
      for vehicles.
      I don’t see why this cannot be done for gun ownership as well.
      And it can be done on a state-by-state basis – the DMV booklets are by state.
      Pre-owned guns? There are already a different set of rules for collectors for those who want to keep non-functional guns for collector value, or because it was grand-dad’s gun or something.
      Abuse of rules is certain? Of course it is certain! But if there are no rules there is no recourse, true?

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  7. Gerald Parks says:

    Trained by white supremacist to kill Americans!
    AND …THIS is NOT a terrorist?
    Oh ….build a wall?????????
    AND that trained by white supremacist thing didn’t get mentioned either!

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  8. Redhand says:

    The tells are the legislation to make it easier for the mentally ill to buy guns that the orange asshole signed, and his complete failure to mention firearms in his speech.

    My dream is that the NRA-Russian money conduit to the GOP gets investigated thoroughly, and that the NRA and its officers gets criminally prosecuted to such an extent that it goes out of existence, I can’t help but view it as a RICO organization at this point.

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