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October 06, 2017

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   Like many of you on the East Coast, I woke up Monday morning to the terrible news of the massacre in Las Vegas. 59 people were senselessly murdered and 500 more were injured when a 64-year-old man opened fire from a perch on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay on a large crowd of people attending a country music concert on Sunday night. The gunman killed himself when police broke into his hotel room. I can't imagine the terror and grief family and friends of those brutally gunned down must be feeling. Thousands of loved ones are grappling with their shattered new realities. A somber President Trump addressed the Nation: "In times such as these, I know we are searching for some kind of meaning in the chaos, some kind of light in the darkness. The answers do not come easy," the president said. Trump invoked God, Prayer, Unity and Love.
   In stark contrast, the dead weren't even finished dying in Vegas before the "Resistance" began to spew their venom and politicize this terrible event. What is wrong with these people? The evil man who committed this despicable act isn't the only one lacking humanity here. How hard is it to consider the grief and pain of those who lost loved ones in this massacre? Couldn't we have even one day to reflect and mourn and consider the heroism of the survivors and first responders in that Las Vegas nightmare? Apparently, not because Liberals immediately hit their anti-Second Amendment autopilot button and went right into "We-have-to-do-something" mode. Late-night comedians hopped out of their clown car and gave angry and/or tearful calls for more laws to limit the liberty of Americans who did nothing, because someone else did something unimaginable.
   Hillary's cold, heartless response proved the woman has no sense of humanity, empathy or compassion. Thank God this opportunistic ghoul is not our President. Elizabeth Warren shrilled "We need to have the conversation about how to stop gun violence. We need it NOW." I don't agree with liberals often - because I'm not an idiot and because I love America - but I couldn't agree more that "We must have a conversation about guns!" I'll start it off. You don't ever get to disarm us. NOT EVER. You're not going to pin the rampage of some scumbag on millions of people who didn't do it. You're not going to leverage this spree into disarming us - which is your ultimate goal. We know how you hate the idea that we are armed and independent, that we hold a lead veto over your fever dreams of tyrannical rule over us. If you really want to disarm us, Molon Labe. End of Conversation. It sure feels good to engage in a constructive dialogue.
   The Left is also feigning outrage over a tweet storm from Donald Trump in which he criticized the mayor of San Juan, PR after she accused Trump of sending no aid to hurricane victims, treating Puerto Ricans like animals, and encouraging "genocide." That mayor, who would meet all of the qualifications of being a major whackjob even if she wasn't a huge Hillary supporter, can only make such claims by ignoring the massive amounts of aid that President Trump has already sent and continues to send to the devastated island. Which the complaining mayor might have known about had she actually bothered to attend any meetings with FEMA coordinators (she hasn't). The narrative that aid to Puerto Rico is somehow lacking is playing widely in mainstream media, who are desperately trying (and failing) to make PR Trump's Katrina, and has absolutely no basis in fact. All this begs the question, if the President sends massive amounts of aid to Puerto Rico but the Enemedia doesn't report it, is he still a terrible person?
   I'll leave you with a few valuable links. The tragic event in Las Vegas reminds us that we live in a violent world, and often times one that is completely out of our control. Please check out: When Shots Are Fired, Do You Or Your Kids Know What To Do? and How to Survive When Hate Comes Through the Front Door. It might just save your life someday. Finally, when I started with the Tea Party 8 years ago, it was important for me to fully understand what I was fighting for. I studied an amazing book put out by The Heritage Foundation explaining every aspect of the Constitution. It details the meaning of every clause, what was discussed about it in the ConCon, landmark cases and how it has come to be interpreted throughout the years. Heritage has just made it available online and it is an invaluable resource for defending our rights against the ProgLeft.

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