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Miloch
2018-08-28 02:03:12 UTC
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President Trump's eldest daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump received
a rash of criticism from social media users after she posted a message of
sympathy to those impacted by a mass shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, on
Sunday.

Following reports that a shooting at a video game tournament left 2 dead and 11
others injured, Ivanka Trump tweeted, "As we await further details, our hearts
are with Jacksonville and all those affected by today's tragic mass shooting."
Some social media users responded by calling out the Trump daughter for standing
by her father's policies against gun control and support of the National Rifle
Association after yet another mass shooting in the United States.

"Your father is in bed with @NRA, he has removed barriers to mentally ill people
getting weapons, and unless the perpetrator is a person of color, he will not
give a damn. We have all the details we need," responded one Twitter user.

"After #Parkland you & your father had an opportunity to affect real change in
gun reform. Instead you chose the NRA. Your time in the White House is coming to
an end. You'll leave knowing when you had a chance to save children's lives, you
took the easy way out & stayed silent," added another.

Similar messages played out over the course of the evening as her tweet garnered
over 3,500 replies.

In the wake of last February's deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High
School in Parkland, Florida, the Trump administration initially appeared open to
conversations on common sense gun reforms. In several "listening sessions" after
the shooting, Mr. Trump seemed to show support for proposals including
strengthening background checks, restricting access to weapons for the mentally
ill and raising the age for purchasing some firearms to 21. The president also
suggested a much different approach: allowing "trained" teachers to carry
concealed weapons on school property.

Just days later, the NRA said that during private meetings with Mr. Trump and
Vice President Mike Pence, the president expressed that he does not "want gun
control."




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MaxxX
2018-08-28 02:13:44 UTC
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Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote:

> the president expressed that he does not "want gun
>control."

Only criminals and idiots want to ban guns.
Carol Buckhorn
2018-08-28 02:29:34 UTC
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MaxxX wrote

> Only criminals and idiots want to ban guns.
>

More guns for everyone. Every country in the world has more guns than we
do. We live in a savage shit hole of a country and without guns, there's no
way to defend ourselves.

Trump's White House and Mar-a-Lago are gun free zones, just like Congress,
the Senate and the offices of the NRA.

Thanks to Trump and the NRA,swaggering around with a gun at the ready is
the only way to be safe in the USA these days. Dead innocent Americans
are the price of freedom.

Don't holster that sidearm because a bad guy might get the jump on you and
open fire before you can pull it out, take the safety off and shoot him.
Always sleep with one beside your bed and put one in the kids room too.

If you see a black man carrying a legal gun, get ready to shoot him anyway
because you know how blacks are when they have a gun.

I just want to know why, while the NRA supports the 2a, they don't include
explosives, RPGs, land mines, stinger AA missiles and hand grenades? Why
is it always about stupid little hand guns to them? Wayne and his buddy
are living high on the Hog from your NRA dues. They gotta eat fine,
have private planes and body guards you know.


I expect the NRA to annouce that since the spree shooters share our core
belief in the right to keep and bear arms while their lying, Demon gun
grabbing alleged victims do not, it's time for everyone to get with the
program and support spree shooters as much as we can.


Ted Nugent announced as much yesterday and we all do what he does because
he's smart.

The 2A has always been about shooting Americans on American soil. That's
why we're not allowed to take our guns outside of the country to shoot
anyone unless we join the military.

The rumors of leftist gun grabbers at American Thinker are true and this
means they are a disease that must be purged.

Mass shootings are a year-round sport in the good old USA and that's why
everybody wants to be an American.
Tommy
2018-08-28 12:58:54 UTC
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Carol Buckhorn <***@yahoo.com> wrote in
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> MaxxX wrote
>
>> Only criminals and idiots want to ban guns.
>>
>
> More guns for everyone. Every country in the world has more guns
> than we do. We live in a savage shit hole of a country and without
> guns, there's no way to defend ourselves.
>
> Trump's White House and Mar-a-Lago are gun free zones, just like
> Congress, the Senate and the offices of the NRA.
>
> Thanks to Trump and the NRA,swaggering around with a gun at the ready
> is the only way to be safe in the USA these days. Dead innocent
> Americans are the price of freedom.
>
> Don't holster that sidearm because a bad guy might get the jump on you
> and open fire before you can pull it out, take the safety off and
> shoot him. Always sleep with one beside your bed and put one in the
> kids room too.
>
> If you see a black man carrying a legal gun, get ready to shoot him
> anyway because you know how blacks are when they have a gun.
>
> I just want to know why, while the NRA supports the 2a, they don't
> include explosives, RPGs, land mines, stinger AA missiles and hand
> grenades? Why is it always about stupid little hand guns to them?
> Wayne and his buddy are living high on the Hog from your NRA dues.
> They gotta eat fine, have private planes and body guards you know.
>
>
> I expect the NRA to annouce that since the spree shooters share our
> core belief in the right to keep and bear arms while their lying,
> Demon gun grabbing alleged victims do not, it's time for everyone to
> get with the program and support spree shooters as much as we can.
>
>
> Ted Nugent announced as much yesterday and we all do what he does
> because he's smart.
>
> The 2A has always been about shooting Americans on American soil.
> That's why we're not allowed to take our guns outside of the country
> to shoot anyone unless we join the military.
>
> The rumors of leftist gun grabbers at American Thinker are true and
> this means they are a disease that must be purged.
>
> Mass shootings are a year-round sport in the good old USA and that's
> why everybody wants to be an American.
>

Are you a Mixed Nuts clone?
NoBody
2018-08-28 11:03:44 UTC
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On 27 Aug 2018 19:03:12 -0700, Miloch <***@newsguy.com>
wrote:

>http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ivanka-trump-faces-blowback-for-tweet-on-jacksonville-shooting/ar-BBMvlif?li=BBnbcA1
>
>President Trump's eldest daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump received
>a rash of criticism from social media users after she posted a message of
>sympathy to those impacted by a mass shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, on
>Sunday.
>
>Following reports that a shooting at a video game tournament left 2 dead and 11
>others injured, Ivanka Trump tweeted, "As we await further details, our hearts
>are with Jacksonville and all those affected by today's tragic mass shooting."
>Some social media users responded by calling out the Trump daughter for standing
>by her father's policies against gun control and support of the National Rifle
>Association after yet another mass shooting in the United States.
>
>"Your father is in bed with @NRA, he has removed barriers to mentally ill people
>getting weapons, and unless the perpetrator is a person of color, he will not
>give a damn. We have all the details we need," responded one Twitter user.
>
>"After #Parkland you & your father had an opportunity to affect real change in
>gun reform. Instead you chose the NRA. Your time in the White House is coming to
>an end. You'll leave knowing when you had a chance to save children's lives, you
>took the easy way out & stayed silent," added another.
>
>Similar messages played out over the course of the evening as her tweet garnered
>over 3,500 replies.

So the real haters come out of the woodwork when a conservative dare
give condolences, eh?
Tommy
2018-08-28 12:58:12 UTC
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Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
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> http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ivanka-trump-faces-blowback-
for-
> tweet-on-jacksonville-shooting/ar-BBMvlif?li=BBnbcA1
>
> President Trump's eldest daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump
> received a rash of criticism from social media users after she posted
> a message of sympathy to those impacted by a mass shooting in
> Jacksonville, Florida, on Sunday.
>
> Following reports that a shooting at a video game tournament left 2
> dead and 11 others injured, Ivanka Trump tweeted, "As we await further
> details, our hearts are with Jacksonville and all those affected by
> today's tragic mass shooting." Some social media users responded by
> calling out the Trump daughter for standing by her father's policies
> against gun control and support of the National Rifle Association
> after yet another mass shooting in the United States.
>
> "Your father is in bed with @NRA, he has removed barriers to mentally
> ill people getting weapons, and unless the perpetrator is a person of
> color, he will not give a damn. We have all the details we need,"
> responded one Twitter user.
>
> "After #Parkland you & your father had an opportunity to affect real
> change in gun reform. Instead you chose the NRA. Your time in the
> White House is coming to an end. You'll leave knowing when you had a
> chance to save children's lives, you took the easy way out & stayed
> silent," added another.
>
> Similar messages played out over the course of the evening as her
> tweet garnered over 3,500 replies.
>
> In the wake of last February's deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman
> Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the Trump administration
> initially appeared open to conversations on common sense gun reforms.
> In several "listening sessions" after the shooting, Mr. Trump seemed
> to show support for proposals including strengthening background
> checks, restricting access to weapons for the mentally ill and raising
> the age for purchasing some firearms to 21. The president also
> suggested a much different approach: allowing "trained" teachers to
> carry concealed weapons on school property.
>
> Just days later, the NRA said that during private meetings with Mr.
> Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, the president expressed that he
> does not "want gun control."
>
>
>
>
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>
>

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