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Obama Calls For Gun Control In Wake Of Charleston Church Shooting

by Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post:

As anyone with two brain cells moving in the same direction would have been able to predict, President Barack Obama and his mouthpiece media outlets have already begun calling for more gun control in the wake of the Charleston, SC church shooting.

Before the corpses of the victims were fully cold, the local Charleston oligarchs, mainstream media, and now the President immediately took to blaming the atrocity on the availability of guns.

Even before the international disgrace known as Barack Obama was able to practice the speech provided for him by well-paid writers, corrupt Charleston Mayor Joe Riley launched into a tirade against gun ownership.

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4 comments to Obama Calls For Gun Control In Wake Of Charleston Church Shooting

  • randy0302

    Bring your guns to church, incase of a false flag.

    The State legislature in NC, this week, just approved a bill so they can bring guns to work even on the floor of the legislature.

    What are they expecting?

    About a year ago the Governor’s mansion had all bullet proof windows installed…..hmmmm

  • Gun control is a good idea. USA faces gun incident daily and thus controlling gun can result in reduced crime.

    • MRH

      I hope you are being sarcastic because it has been proven time and again more guns means less crime, thereby, fewer incidents.

      • Eric

        I actually had one of my longest friends tell me F&*^ the NRA today. And what does that have to do with anything? Absolutely nothing.

        Of course the countless number of times when guns save lives never gets reported.

        People need to WAKE UP!!! We are surrounded by ignorant MORONS!!!

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