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A national conversation about guns he wants? You know what that means: The endless repetition of “we have to take guns away from everyone.”
One day after reporter Alison Parker, 24, and her cameraman, Adam Ward, 27, were gunned down on live television in Roanoke, Virginia, Parker’s boyfriend said merely remembering their lives is not enough.
“There needs to be some action that is taken out of an event like this — out of an event like Sandy Hook, like Charleston, like Aurora, Colorado… where these things just don’t occur anymore,” Chris Hurst told CNN on Thursday, citing a litany of American gun violence.
“We need to have a substantive conversation on what is going on in America that is allowing evil to continue to crop up over love? Is it because we are in the media? And the attacker knew this was going to get a lot of play, and here we are again, another mushroom cloud of coverage over gun violence?”
Wow! If the love of my life had just been murdered by a white-hating, homosexual black male, I believe I’d be wanting to talk about the media’s suppression of stories involving black on white crime, not lamenting that we all can’t just love each other. Cain didn’t love Able and they were brothers. What chance do we have today to create that paradise on earth that liberals think can be achieved by these silly national “conversations?”
But OK, I’m game. I’ll hold up my end of the conversation.
Let’s see, we don’t have a gun problem in America, we have a Negros with guns problem. We can solve that by disarming blacks and separating from them. Oh, and separating from homos too.
End of conversation, Chris. Thank you for suggesting the idea.
If Vester Lee Flanagan II had not had a gun, the murderous hate for whites he held in his black heart would have expressed itself through a knife or a hammer or in some other way.
If blacks were removed from the U.S., the country would have one of the lowest crime rates in the world. Talk about that as part of your conversation, Chris.
But let me warn you that if you do, you’ll be bounced out of a job and blacklisted quicker than a cat can lick its butt. You see, facts are racist.