In his inimitable style Karl Denninger lays into the gun controllers. From Denninger at theburningplatform.com:
I’m going to make this quite-clear — just in case you haven’t figured it out yet.The US Military failed to adhere to the law and did not report a disqualifying conviction to the FBI, which would have prevented the Texas Church Shooter from buying firearms through legal channels. That man cracked open the skull of his infant child and beat his wife severely enough that he was tried by court martial, sentenced to military prison and then expelled from the service with a Bad Conduct discharge.
Under the UCMJ the failure to report this to the FBI as required by military regulations and thus cause it to be entered into the NICS databases so civilian agencies have proper notice of a disqualifying criminal conviction is a clear breach of a duty, and that is an offense.
Every single person involved in that failure must stand for Courts Martial or equivalent military tribunal for said dereliction of duty and effectively be made to answer as accessories before the fact to the murders that man committed, and be punished as provided under the UCMJ, including imprisonment for same.
That’s justice folks, and it had ******n better re-appear and be applied not only here but to myriad other scams and abuses including Comey and what we now know he drafted as his “findings” regarding Clinton, which used language that compelled him to issue a criminal referral for her violations of the law relating to classified information.
Now let me point out something else, since those on the left are again screaming about “gun control” and “gun safety.”
A civilian, not a police officer, stopped this attack. He did so by grabbing his rifle, an “evil” AR-15 the left wishes to ban, engaging the shooter. He hit him twice and forced him to flee. He then chased the shooter down at nearly 100mph in a car driven by a second civilian until the shooter crashed at which point the shooter committed suicide (to prevent apprehension, obviously.)
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