In the aftermath of a horrific American deadly mass shooting . . . Once again, we remind our readers that the REAL debate isn't about racism or, god forbid, public safety . . .
GAINING POLITICAL TRACTION IN THE AFTERMATH OF MASS SHOOTING TRAGEDY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT GOAL OF PUNDITS & ELECTED OFFICIALS!!!
Accordingly, we share this recent hot take from Jason Kander . . . Kansas City's top ranking Democratic Party talker and beloved political denizen . . .
We understand the tweet argument . . . But it's uncertain if slap fighting over procedural rules really speaks to the concerns of families coping with horrific loss or Americans rightfully concerned for their safety.
Our right-wing friends might argue . . .
More importantly . . .
This political discourse surrounding this horrific slaughter merits more consideration as Kansas City and the nation confront the "traditional" threat of increased violence amid warmer weather.
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He said we must "address the hate that remains a stain on the soul of America." The gunman who opened fire on a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, in what authorities described as a "racially-motivated attack" has a "hate-filled soul," President Joe Biden said Sunday.
Less than 48 hours after a deadly shooting by a White nationalist in Buffalo, New York, Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney minced no words in her assessment of where blame lies. "The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism," tweeted Cheney on Monday morning.
Democratic lawmakers on Saturday responded to shootings in Buffalo, N.Y., and Milwaukee, Wis., that together left more than 10 dead and dozens injured, decrying the violent attacks and issuing calls to action. In Buffalo on Saturday, a gunman walked into a Tops Friendly Market wearing body armor, pulled out a rifle and opened fire, The...
The National Rifle Association ( NRA) has been slammed for a tweet posted hours after 10 people were killed in a mass shooting in Buffalo. Ten people were killed and three others were wounded after a gunman went on a rampage at Tops Friendly Market on Saturday afternoon in what authorities said was "racially motivated violent extremism."
Again. Again a fusillade of shots rang out in an American city. Again shrieks of pain, then shock, then outrage, then mourning, then reflection. Again the questions about the prevalence of guns, the pervasiveness of hate, the persistent feeling of helplessness.
An upstate gun-store owner said Sunday he recently sold an assault weapon to accused Buffalo shooter Payton Gendron - and that he "feels terrible" about the teen's alleged crime. Robert Donald of Vintage Firearms in Endicott, NY, told The New York Times he learned from federal agents Saturday night that he had recently sold the 18-year-old suspect a Bushmaster assault weapon.
The mass shooting at a New York supermarket over the weekend dominated the Sunday talk shows this week, as the tragedy spurred renewed cries for gun control and fueled concerns over violent hate crimes in the country. A gunman shot 13 people at Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo on Saturday, killing at least 10.
WASHINGTON - If it's Monday ... President Biden heads to Buffalo tomorrow after the racially-motivated shooting in the city. ... Other deadly shootings take place in Southern California and Houston. ... A New NBC News poll shows support for abortion rights hitting all-time high. ...
You decide . . .