Why doesn’t he know? When was the last time he talked to his own son?
“How on earth could he compile 13 guns? How can that happen?” Why is he asking us?
Is this your new spokesman, gun-grabbers? The father of a mass-murderer?
Chris Mercer’s mom is black. Chris Mercer hated Christians. Therefore, Chris Mercer was a designated victim. Otherwise, people might be holding him responsible for his own actions, instead of blaming inanimate objects for the things he chose to do with them.
Earlier this year, a man murdered three Muslims at an apartment complex in Chapel Hill, N.C. They were targeted for their religion, and that was the story the media pursued.
A few months later, nine black people were murdered in a church in Charleston, S.C. They were targeted for their race, and that was the story the media pursued.
Nine Christians were just murdered in Roseburg, Oregon. They were targeted for their religion, and that’s the last thing the media wants to pursue.
Instead, it’s back to talking about gun control that’s never going to happen. It’s back to trying to confiscate guns from people who haven’t done anything wrong.
This is the United States of America, and I have the constitutional right to defend myself from people like Ian Mercer’s son.
P.S. There’s also a movement afoot to stop people from saying Chris Mercer’s name. The idea is that if we don’t talk about maniacs who kill people, it’ll take away the incentive for future maniacs to kill people. This is just another argument for prohibition. Whether it’s booze, guns, or giving out the name of a murderer, prohibition doesn’t work. Bad people are always going to find reasons to do bad things, and it’s wrong to punish the rest of us for it.
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) October 4, 2015