Why Is There So Much Violence in Our Country?

Guns Are Not the Cause of the Increase in Violence

          We are all asking the same question after the horrific mass murder that took place in Las Vegas last week.  Why have there been so many violent incidents in our country in recent years?  It can’t be the availability of guns.  The Second Amendment has been around since the Bill of Rights was ratified in 1791 ensuring ‘the right of the people to keep and bear arms’.  In all the years since, we never had a problem like this.  So what then has changed in recent years that has led to this tragic turn of events?

The Liberal Agenda Has Led to the Increase in Violence

          The answer is as plain as the nose on the Democrat donkey’s face.  The very ones who are so quick to blame guns for the increase in violence are themselves to blame.  It is the social changes instigated by the leftists that have unleashed the evil that has always existed in some people, allowing it to express itself.  If there were no guns in the United States, these evil creatures would instead use knives, bombs and vehicles as they do in countries where guns are outlawed.

The Reasons for the Increase in Violence

          The reasons for the increase in violence constitute a veritable list of liberal talking points!

-The war on faith and Christianity, in particular, disconnecting people from a higher power and removing meaningfulness from their lives

-The devaluation of life as evidenced by the normalization of killing babies

-The systematic dissolution of the family unit brought on by the sexual revolution and the mockery made of marriage by the inexplicably powerful LGBT political lobby 

-The normalization of drug use, most notably by the legalization of marijuana

-The generations of fragile, self-centered narcissists cultivated by inadequate parents and teachers


Help us add to this list by making a comment.  In the meantime, our thoughts and prayers are with those who lost their lives in the tragic Las Vegas rampage and with the friends and family members who grieve for them. 



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