It’s not the guns – it’s the people {logic}

It’s not the guns – it’s the people {logic}

In scanning the news and feeds of the world – we see so many lemmings crying for this and that. This includes low-IQ cheerleaders who carry on about “gun control” (and many other “laws” they’re rooting for).

It’s amazing to watch, but disturbing at the same time. All it takes is some common sense to realize they’re barking up the wrong tree almost all of the time.

The term useful idiots could not be more right. History books have been written about these types of people. It’s a civilization thing, you know.

Anyone with an ounce of logic and some critical-thinking skills knows that “gun control” only disarms law-abiding citizens who could possibly use the lead-shooter as a form of self-defense. The criminals with bad intent will always get their guns. Always.

What plan do the “gun control” advocates have for illegally-obtained guns? None. They shoot blanks.

guns illegal - It's not the guns - it's the people {logic}

Majority of guns used by criminals bought on the black market, study shows

As the gun control debate continues to rage, a survey released this month by the Department of Justice (DOJ) showed that armed criminals’ primary source for guns is, by far, the black market.

Based on the 2016 Survey of Prison Inmates (SPI), about 1 in 5 – 21 percent – of all state and federal prisoners reported they had “possessed or carried a firearm when they committed the offense for which they were serving time in prison.”

According to the study, an estimated 287,400 prisoners has possessed a firearm during their offense. The findings concluded 56 percent had either stolen the weapon, 6 percent found it at the crime scene and 7 percent obtained it off the street or on the black market. More than 25 percent had received it from a family member or friend.

About 1.3 percent of all prisoners obtained a gun from a retail source and used it during their offense, the study stated. Moreover, among the prisoners who possessed a firearm during their offense “0.8 percent obtained it at a gun show.”

Overall, handguns were the most common type of firearm possessed by prisoners, and about 1 in 5 state and federal prisoners who possessed a firearm during their offense obtained it with the intent to…

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