Jackson County Ranked Amongst Most Deadly 'Shooting Galleries' In US

The top job priority of politicos and most government officials is to keep locals safe . . . Sadly, that's not happening in Jackson County. 

What's also unfortunate is that this news blast might be read as an anti-gun report when, in fact, it should be seen as a political and cultural FAIL.

Here's a reminder . . .

"According to a new report from Background Checks, Jackson County ranks third for highest rate of gun deaths in the nation among mid-sized counties. The county has a rate of 34.6 gun-related deaths per 100,000 people, nearly an 87.1% difference from the national gun-related death rate of 13.6."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Report: Jackson County among highest in US for rate of gun deaths

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The nation's murder rate saw a 30% increase just between 2019 and 2020, one of the largest year-over-year increases on record, recent FBI data reveals. Of these violent crimes, data shows gun-related deaths made up the majority of both homicides and suicides, with 51.2% of suicides across the country involving a firearm and 76.4% of homicides being gun-related.