Great quote from an article on Redstate today:
M. Stanton Evans, journalist and former president of the American Conservative Union, said, “We have two parties here, and only two. One is the evil party, and the other is the stupid party. … I’m very proud to be a member of the stupid party. … Occasionally, the two parties get together to do something that’s both evil and stupid. That’s called bipartisanship.”
It seems like some in the “stupid party,” i.e. Republicans, want to bargain with the “evil party,” i.e. Democrats, to pass some “commonsense gun control” laws. At the same time, the “evil party” is against hardening schools and arming responsible adults in those schools to protect children.
The Democrats accuse Republicans of “having blood on their hands” because Republicans have not helped them pass more gun control laws. But I suspect the truth is just the opposite (as it usually is). It is the “evil party” that has bloody hands. They don’t support truly commonsense legislation to harden and protect schools. Maybe they want more school shootings to help pass their agenda to disarm law-abiding Americans?
Most political pundits see the possibility of a “red wave” in the upcoming elections in November. Never doubt that the “stupid party” will find a way to screw up its advantages. It has a long track record of doing just that.
Another factor is school shootings we should investigate:
I wrote the article Profits From Selling Guns & Drugs back in 2018 to shed light on another possible factor in these school shootings. Psychotropic drugs might, in some cases, turn otherwise just seriously mentally ill young boys into remorseless killers playing out a fantasy in a drug-induced hallucination.