They just couldn’t help themselves, I guess.

Ooh, blood!

California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein is renewing her call for new gun-control laws because of Monday’s deadly Navy Yard shooting.

Shall we dance?

 Jay Carney on Navy Yard, other shootings: ‘This is why we should take action’ on gun control

There’s just one big problem with all this, a problem that few in the mainstream media are saying anything about. The Navy Yard shooter allegedly got the pistol from a security guard that he killed and the AR-15 from a cop that he ambushed. In other words, he took those guns from the only people that Feinstein, Carney, and Carney’s boss think should have guns. And from another report that I am seeing, the shooter might not even have had an AR-15.

If that turns out to be true, then Feinstein — all the while hiding behind her own armed guards that we pay for — will have been calling for a ban of a gun that was not even used in those shootings.

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2 Responses to “They just couldn’t help themselves, I guess.”

  1. Jeff Bauer Says:

    And NO law nor executive order could have nor will prevent such events from happening again. And the dirty bastards KNOW it. Their game is NOT saving lives…at least those of innocent civilians. Their game is to disarm the public and thus protecting themselves FROM We The People.

    It’s really that simple.

  2. mick129 Says:

    I haven’t seen “blood dancing” referenced other than here, so forgive me if I’m getting the definition wrong, but it seems like you’re using it to mean using examples of violence in politics. Does this qualify as blood dancing? If not, what’s the difference? Does the phrase actually mean “people who disagree with me using examples of violence in politics”?

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