The very day an atheist lunatic killed 26 people in a Texas church, Barack Obama took to Twitter to seek divine inspiration on gun control.
May God also grant all of us the wisdom to ask what concrete steps we can take to reduce the violence and weaponry in our midst.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 6, 2017
Perhaps God could grant Obama the wisdom to lay off for a few minutes after gun tragedies while people grieve. This is Texas and it’s a church. I’m willing to bet many of those killed and injured, as well as their families, don’t support Obama’s anti-gun agenda.
Maybe if Obama was consulting God more he wouldn’t have spent half his presidency attacking the police, which prompted cops to pull back from proactive and aggressive policing with the result that more innocent lives were lost to murderers, particularly in black neighborhoods.
The Texas shooting would actually seem to be an argument against gun control. The shooter appears to have been in illegal possession of his firearm. Assuming the hero who stopped him legally owned his gun, this would be a case study for the argument that bad guys can get their guns illegally while good guys should not be impeded in their ability to obtain a weapon to defend themselves and others.
It’s also an argument to make sure people are allowed to bring guns to places some consider to be off-limits, like churches. Given the new penchant for violence we see on the left, conservative Christian communities are in serious danger.
Yes, leftist violence. You don’t hear much about it. It appears we may have had two incidents over the weekend, including Rand Paul’s cracked ribs and this shooting, which may or may not have been committed by a leftist. Given his militant atheism, he is at least unlikely to have been a conservative.
And how long before a Jihadist shoots up a synagogue? Let’s make sure houses of God are not just safe spaces for killers.