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Under Obama: More Mass Shootings than Under the 4 Previous Presidents Combined!

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This is from Eagle Rising. 

I have asked the question, is Obama staging the mass shootings to advance his gun grabbing agenda? 

It’s amazing how much we see and how much we forget. Mass shootings and mass murders are nothing new. However, under Barack Hussein Obama, both have increased exponentially when we view the numbers in light of previous occupants of the Oval Office. In fact, when it comes to mass shootings and mass murders, more have occurred under the Marxist-in-chief than the previous four presidents combined.

While the administration and the Democrat National Committee Chair have been throwing out overblown numbers regarding mass shootings, the reality, though still disturbing, is nothing like what they have been presenting.

Using information compiled via a database with incidents, fatalities and injuries from real mass shootings in the united States, take a look at the real numbers under Hussein versus our previous four presidents, and remember, unless Congress does its duty and removes this guy from office, he still has over one year left!

  • Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) – saw 11 mass shootings with 101 fatalities
  • George H. W. Bush (1989-1993) – saw 12 mass shootings with 94 fatalities
  • Bill Clinton (1993-2001) – saw 23 mass shootings with 141 fatalities
  • George W. Bush (2001-2009) – saw 20 mass shootings with 158 fatalities
  • Barack H. Obama (2009-2015 – 7th Year) – saw 162 mass shootings with 864 fatalities

The data was compiled by TruthStreamMedia.com via several sources. To put things in perspective, take a look at the chart below regarding the number of mass shootings under these presidents.

Mass Shootings by President

That isn’t all, TruthStreamMedia also produced the following chart that shows in the listed shootings where there were eight or more people killed.

Mass Shootings by President 2

As Aaron and Melissa Dykes point out, “Obviously this isn’t so easily simplified as more guns in the hands of more crazy people, the way the media likes to spin it. We have more gun laws now than ever before. Less types of guns are legally available to the average citizen than ever before. We also have more ‘gun-free zones,’ zones where, just by the way, most of these shootings happen (because mass shooters do not follow laws or care about zones, obviously). So that’s not it.”

While the Dykes have talked about pharmaceutical use playing a part in these shootings, and we have too, there seems to be something else going on here, especially when you consider that five out of the 12 deadliest mass shootings in American history occurred in Barack Hussein Obama’s first term! That’s almost half!

For those who understand his Saul Alinsky tactics and his Marxist thought, you can clearly see that he is one that encourages these kinds of shootings in order to advance a gun grabbing agenda in violation of the Constitution and the rights of the people.

Perhaps Steven Seagal is correct about many of these mass shootings: They are simply engineered for a political agenda.

Following the controversial Sandy Hook shootings, Obama implemented 23 executive actions. He followed up just months later with two more executive actions. After every single Islamic jihad attack on US soil, he fails to identify the ideology that he loves so much as the reason behind the killings. Instead, he simply attacks gun owners and the rights of gun owners. In fact, he openly lies to the world about mass shootings, claiming that they don’t happen in other countries. He did this recently in the very city where a mass shooting by Islamic jihadists claimed the lives of nearly 130 people and injured hundreds.

With just one more year to go in his second term, Obama has said that he will give “sustained attention” to gun control. Hold onto your guns America, and keep your powder dry! This is going to be a heck of a year that we stare down tyranny and terror on our own soil!

from Freedom Outpost

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Actor Steven Seagal to lead Arizona school arms-training event

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This is from Yahoo News.

It is refreshing to see there are a few sane people in Holly Weird.

Most of Holly Weird has their heads firmly planted in their gluteus maximus.

Maricopa County Sheriff Arpaio is introduced by actor Seagal during a campaign rally in Mesa

 

PHOENIX (Reuters) – Controversial Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, who styles himself as “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” has enlisted action film star Steven Seagal to lead a training exercise for members of his armed volunteer posse on how to respond to a school shooting.

The training event will involve six instructors leading 40 armed volunteers through a simulated shooting on Saturday, with teenagers acting as students, the sheriff’s office said in a statement.

Seagal will lead the training run, focusing on various aspects of shooting scene management, including “entry room tactics and hand-to-hand tactics,” according to Arpaio’s office.

Arpaio, known for his tough stance on illegal immigration, dispatched members of his volunteer posse to patrol schools last month in the wake of the gun rampage that killed 20 children and six adults at a Connecticut elementary school in December.

Those murders touched off a renewed debate over gun violence in America and prompted National Rifle Association head Wayne LaPierre to advocate placing armed security guards at schools.

President Barack Obama has proposed the most sweeping package of gun-control measures in generations, calling for a ban on assault weapons and other steps likely to face a tough ride in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.

The Arizona event will take place at a school campus in the Phoenix suburb of Fountain Hills. Semi-automatic weapons and handguns firing marking rounds will be used.

It will not be Seagal’s first foray into law enforcement. In 2011, he was sworn in as a sheriff’s deputy in Texas’ Hudspeth County, which runs along the Rio Grande, after expressing an interest in patrolling the border. He also appeared in a reality show detailing his work as a reserve deputy in New Orleans.

Seagal, a resident of the Phoenix Valley and member of Arpaio’s posse, starred in big-budget films in the 1980s and early 1990s, earning a reputation as an action star in movies like “Above the Law” and “Under Siege.”

In the last decade, he has appeared mainly in direct-to-DVD, low-budget films while working in law enforcement. His last role was as a corrupt Mexican drug lord in the Robert Rodriguez grindhouse flick “Machete.”

Arpaio’s 3,450-strong posse of unpaid men and women has for years helped the sheriff target drunk drivers and illegal immigrants, and chase down fathers behind on child support.

Last year, Arpaio sent posse members to Hawaii to investigate the authenticity of Obama’s birth certificate at the request of local Tea Party activists – a key Arpaio constituency.

 

Why I Carry a Firearm

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Brigid over at Home on the Range posted this.







Because bad guys rarely shoot themselves.
Because rapists consider a whistle as foreplay.
Because I can’t throw a pit bull at 1200 feet per second.

Because I’d look stupid pushing a gun around in a stroller.

Because my Acme Dehydrated Boulders are in my other bag.

Because a cop that isn’t in my purse is at least 10 minutes away.

Because lightning never hits the bad guy at the opportune time.
Because Steven Seagal isn’t here to hide behind (literally, not figuratively).

Because the only belt I earned in martial arts is the one that kept my shirt on.

Because throwing a jar of angry bees just pisses off the average armed burglar.

Because a running chainsaw is just hard to get through the aisle at Quick E Mart late at night.

Because to run, I need a sports bra that makes me look like I’m expecting an assassination attempt.

Because with a Smith and Wesson, it doesn’t matter that I have the upper body strength of Justin Bieber.
Because if you think an underwire bra is uncomfortable, try a couple of Ninja Stars in your shirt pocket.

Because when I say (deadpan) “Stop, or I’ll kick your butt” it doesn’t sound as scary as when Chuck Norris says it.

Because tying angry Grizzlies to the front, side and rear of my car might stop the average carjacker, it’s a bitch in traffic.

Because as a law abiding citizen, the United States Constitution affirms that right, and my city and state support it.

Because the world is not the one I grew up in.

 

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