'Gun Control' Failed Again in Denver-
mass murderers don't obey the law

By Rob Morse. May 13th, 2019
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I shouldn’t have to remind the media of the obvious, but mass murderers break the law. The 17 and 18 year old murderers broke many laws, both before and during their attack at the STEM School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. This is important because it means that passing more restrictive laws won’t stop the next mass murderers since they too are willing to break the law. We have to wonder why we have these gun laws when they fail all the time. I hope that is glaringly obvious, but let me explain it to those who have doubts.

The two attackers smashed their way into a locked gun cabinet to steal the guns they used. Yes, safe storage laws failed to stop mass murder. This is the rule rather than the exception, since virtually all criminals get their guns illegally. Why do we have safe-storage requirements if they don’t stop criminals and mass murderers?

It is illegal for a 17 year old be in possession of a handgun. There are exceptions if the teens are accompanied by the gun owners and taking part in prescribed activities. I checked the law in Colorado, and mass murder is not one of the approved exceptions. That means that putting more age restrictions on law abiding gun owners won’t stop mass murderers. That shouldn’t come as a surprise since those laws didn’t stop other criminals either. .....

More discussion on just how little effect 'gun control' laws have on those intent on committing mass murder - but this still does little to slow down law maker's attempts to disarm good people. The gun itself is not to blame for crime - it is individuals imbued with evil who are intent on causing hurt - those who can possibly be stopped by armed resistance but not 'gun-free-zones'.


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