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Thread: Pensacola ~ 291st Mass-Shooting of 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Zero View Post
    Wow. They've become so common they're not even being discussed anymore...

    It is because no one actually discusses mass shootings anymore.
    Both sides all follow a pre-written script that has been spoken over and over again.

    What has not been discussed is forbidden.
    Psych drugs and the general decay of morality infecting us.

    The other two "discussions" have become a hamster wheel we have seen go round and round and get no where.
    SIDE 1: BAN and blame the instrument used, and do not blame the murderer.
    SIDE 2: We need more guns, not less.
    Rinse / repeat 291 times now, getting nowhere.

    Big Pharma who owns both legislative bodies will not permit talking or even discussing all the psych drugs generally in the murderer's system.

    The general moral decay of our country has no knee-jerk solution, so it is ignored too.

    I guarantee at least half the posts will be for SIDE 1 or SIDE 2.
    so the hamster wheel turns again, and we stay put until the 292nd one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    House Gun Bill is one of 275 Bills from House Mitch McConnell will not address nor take up.
    Nor should he.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    *Breaking*




    May I give some insight into what I know?

    Naval Air technical Training Center used to be in Millington, TN when i was there as a student.
    Almost all Naval aviation technical training was done there.
    We also had many students from other countries there too.

    At some point they moved it all down to Pensacola.
    NATTC is actually a different command than NAS Pensacola, that that is moot.

    So this must have occurred at the Naval Air Technical Training Center ( NATTC ).

    Foreign students from other countries forces go there too for training.
    This shooter was not a civilian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Zero View Post
    How about that! Was he doing Trumps dirty work again?
    Cheap shot.
    Politicizing a murderer and somehow tying it to Trump.
    That is a low thing to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    Okay ... who told this guy to Dog-Whistle to commence to Domestic-Terrorism ? ... who has only been Acting Sec. of the Navy for less than 2 weeks ... ironically, another son of a Soviet immigrant ...




    I am not surprised you choose cheap political shots over feelings of humanity.
    I am disappointed @Agent Zero took that route, but with you, it is just natural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletbob View Post
    it was a saudi nation so he couldnt buy a gun probally military issue and if obama was president he would call it work place violence
    Believe it or not, foreign nationals CAN buy guns here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retirednsmilin308 View Post
    Cheap shot.
    Politicizing a murderer and somehow tying it to Trump.
    That is a low thing to do.
    Khasoggis death at the hands of a Saudi hit squad taking orders from the prince and most likely the king and having Trump help cover for them isn’t politicizing anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retirednsmilin308 View Post
    Cheap shot.
    Politicizing a murderer and somehow tying it to Trump.
    That is a low thing to do.
    This is all to common these days. Extreme TDS turns smart people into fools.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Zero View Post
    Khasoggis death at the hands of a Saudi hit squad taking orders from the prince and most likely the king and having Trump help cover for them isnít politicizing anything.
    You can defend Khashoggi if you want, but he wasn't exactly an advocate for free speech. He was a vocal critic of the Saudi regime, but many of his complaints were actually that they weren't pious enough.

    He was very much an Islamist, and he sympathized with many aspects of radical Islam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Zero View Post
    Khasoggis death at the hands of a Saudi hit squad taking orders from the prince and most likely the king and having Trump help cover for them isn’t politicizing anything.
    You are certain that your opinion is a fact!
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