TAP – This is yet another false event. The programme to demand gun control in America proceeds apace, requiring endless media ‘events’ to broadcast worldwide. The world government requires total subservience of all human beings. None are to be allowed to bear arms. This is just the latest spoof to hit our screens. One gunshot and the cameras stop rolling instantly. Why? The supposed gunman was a former reporter of the TV station. Did it come across as a real event? The TV discussion by the colleagues of the supposed dead from the incident was, as per usual, curiously lacking any real emotion. Not remotely real. As for the supposed perpetrator, he’s dead and unavailable as in all false flags – either an actor who will resurface in another role or a patsy, used and disposed of.
Daily Mail –
Virginia shooting tragedy: Britons DEMAND America re-thinks gun control laws on Twitter
BRITS have called for America to reconsider the gun control laws immediately after the Virginia shooting tragedy this afternoon.
TWITTERBrits have taken to Twitter in their thousands to talk about America’s gun control laws
The gunman – named the suspect as Vester Lee Flanagan II – shot dead a reporter and cameraman during a live US television breakfast interview.Taking to Twitter to discuss the tragedy, it would seem Brits are urging America to re-think how they see guns in the wake of the deaths.Currently, gun laws in the US work to regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition – but is it working?One Twitter user took to the social network to say: “I guess it’s still too soon to have that talk on gun control, right America?”Another added: “Two people in America were shot down on LIVE TELEVISION and yet stricter gun control is considered a ‘breach of freedom’.”Forty-four states in America have a provision in their constitutions which protects the right to keep and bear arms.There’s also the Second Amendment in US law which states citizens can keep and bear arms for self-defence – although firearm owners are subject to firearm laws set by the state they are in.One British Twitter user begged: “I don’t know if being a journalist matters, but I’m finding this Virginia shooting hugely traumatic. America, please, implement gun control.”Another added: “There shouldn’t even be a discussion about America’s desperate need for gun control.”
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