Congrats America, You’ve Done It 101 Mass Shootings Since Orlando -
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Congrats America, You’ve Done It 101 Mass Shootings Since Orlando

by Paul Cashmere on August 14, 2016

in News

Well done America, in just two months you have achieved an additional 101 mass shootings since Orlando, Florida on June 12, 2016.

There were three mass shootings in the US on Saturday. 14 people were shot and two killed in shootings in Joplin, Missouri; Corona, NYC and in Milwaukee, Wisconsin were the two died and two more were injured.

This week alone eight people were shot dead and 43 injured throughout the places above and Jacksonville, Florida; Dallas, Texas; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Evanston, Illinois; Sacramento, California; Austin, Texas and Jacksonville, Florida.

Here are the stats

Here is a scary thought. Had the Orlando mass shooting not happened, Americans would have killed another 50 Americans within three weeks anyway.

This week Green Day released the new song ‘Bang Bang’ addressing the state of the world and the violence in the USA. “Of course the world has lost its collective mind,” Billie Joe Armstrong said at the release of the song.

The United States of America is in a state of confusion flooded by the possible terror of a lying Trump becoming President and their own home-brand terror group the National Rifle Association (NRA) control of the Republican senators.

Addressing the power of the NRA cult has been difficult for President Obama. The NRA is singularly America’s greatest threat forever spewing complete bullshit in its propaganda about American’s rights.

The NRA is more powerful than the government and President Obama concurs.

The USA is facing the possibility that the plot from Back To The Future might actually come true and Biff might really gain power.

When Trump’s lips aren’t lying (which is only when he is sleeping) he has what look like Bond villain female sidekicks spreading his misinformation.

In the 10 years from 2014 to 2013 80 Americans were killed by terrorists. Since June 12 (two months ago) 145 people have been killed by guns. The figures speak for themselves.

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