“Gun Free Zone” is a billboard advertisement

John Lott:

Since at least 1950, all but two of the public shootings in America with more than three deaths have taken place where guns were banned. Take the Aurora shooting last summer. Within 20 minutes of the murderer’s apartment there were seven movie theaters premiering the Batman movie. The shooter didn’t go to the one that was closest to his apartment. And he didn’t choose the one with the largest audience. Instead, he went to the only one where guns were banned.

It doesn’t matter that armed civilians stop these things well before the police can. Everywhere in the USA should be a gun free zone, and we should quintuple the number of all laws and regulations on the books to make the country perfect. Oh wait, we already have!

One Response to ““Gun Free Zone” is a billboard advertisement”

  1. MarkD Says:

    Then we have the comedy of the Senate trying to pass a law to make what is already illegal, illegal. It’s no wonder that those who do not live in the real world don’t understand it.

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