Less than 24 hours after the mass shooting Sunday in Texas, where a deranged atheist who was not even legally entitled to own weapons gunned down 26 people at a church in Sutherland Springs, gay activists stormed the Philip A. Hart Senate Office Building in Washington on Monday to demand stricter gun laws.
Part of a group called Gays Against Guns, the protesters lay on the ground of the Senate building like corpses while yelling outlandish statements such as, “You’re killing us with money from the NRA!”
The protest continued for roughly 10 minutes until the Capitol Police arrived and ordered the protesters to cease and desist, according to The Advocate.
When they refused, inevitable arrests followed. Check it out below:
Notice how the white-haired lunatic kept shouting, “Do something!”
They did do something: They arrested you.
The Daily Caller noted that Gays Against Guns had “been planning this protest since early October in response to the Pulse Orlando shooting and Las Vegas shootings.”
On June 12, 2016, Islamic terrorist Omar Mateen killed 49 men and women at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, while last month Stephen Paddock killed 58 men and women who had been attending a country music festival in Las Vegas.
Following the shooting in Orlando, Democrats rushed to try and pass stricter gun control laws. However, during an interview, Sen. Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat, admitted that the legislation wouldn’t have necessarily been able to stop Mateen, as noted at the time by the Washington Free Beacon.
After the shooting in Las Vegas last month, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat, likewise admitted no law would have prevented Paddock from amassing his arsenal.
“No,” she responded when asked by CBS host John Dickerson if there could “have been any law passed that would’ve stopped” Paddock, according to Poliggtico.
“He passed background checks registering for handguns and other weapons on multiple occasions,” she added.
Regarding the Sutherland Springs gunman, he was reportedly given a “bad conduct” discharge from the Air Force in 2012 following a court martial conviction for charges including domestic violence and assault. Those convictions meant he shouldn’t have been able to purchase a weapon legally, but he was not placed in a national database because of an error by the Air Force.
Furthermore, it was reportedly a “big Christian” with a gun and a lot of courage who stopped Sunday’s mass shooting.
“He came with his (gun), and he took cover behind a car and he shot the guy — I’m not sure if it was inside the church as he was coming out — but if it wasn’t for him the guy wouldn’t have stopped,” a witness later said to reporters.
Unfortunately, facts such as these don’t appear to concern the Gays Against Guns activists too much.
“GAG believes that the time has come to not only start talking about gun reforms but to start enacting them,” one activist said to The Advocate. “The phony ritual of ‘thoughts and prayers’ no longer has any credibility when there are 91 people shot to death daily and 291 mass shootings so far this year.”
Backing a phony cause while also insulting Christians who respond to tragedies with “thoughts and prayers” — yeah, good luck getting anybody to support you, guys.
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