Yet Another Mass Shooting Leaves 6 Wounded

    Updated: August 11, 2019 at 8:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    I just want gun control advocates to understand that guns are not the entirety of the problem. And, I want those who oppose any additional gun control measures to be more open to something being done. Spiritually speaking, people need Jesus. People need a biblical worldview. People need to value life. People need to forgive.

    So given this ‘rash’ of ‘mass shootings’ that is occurring every weekend in Democratically-controlled Chicago, where are the grieving politicians? Where is the 24/7 mainstream media crews demanding something be done? A rhetorical question of course… because even mentioning this constant collapse of the fabric of society in Chicago is simply refuted as ‘racist’ by anyone who wants the attention glued to “white supremacists” killing honest Americans across the country.

    A ‘gunman’ opened fire on a crowd gathered in Garland Park in Chicago’s West Side this weekend, leaving six people wounded.

    As CBS News reports, according to police, the victims were among over 100 people attending a street party. Police said several altercations occurred at the gathering.

    The bullets hit a 25-year-old man and five women between 27 and 38 years old.

    This is a repeat of last weekend’s mass shooting (which Chicago police have released audio of)…

    Anthony Guglielmi@AJGuglielmi

    Below is the sound that Chicago needs to change its ways on how we handle gun offenders. Audio from the tragic shooting at 18th & Kildare yesterday shows that criminals have no deterrent to carrying illegal guns in our city and this is what residents and police are up

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