Pot & God Cause Mass Gun Murders



Flaura_ingrham.jpgox News Host Laura Ingraham places the blame for the gun violence crisis in America on “what legalization of marijuana has done and is doing to an entire generation of Americans with violent consequences.”

Claiming studies “have explored the connection between regular pot use and an increased risk for serious mental illness and even violent psychotic episodes in some cases,” Ingraham wants to know “Why aren’t people in general not talking more about the pot psychosis violent behavior connection?”

laura_miller_(2).jpgTo back up her contention that cannabis is at the root of the mass shootings, Ingraham brought psychiatrist Dr. Norman Miller on her television show. Connecting the dots between mass murders by people carrying AK15s, Dr. Miller expounded if “we are really interested in solving the gun violence problem, I think we’re gonna have to look under the rock and look at the role of drugs, particularly marijuana, in causing the violence, particularly the mass violence.”

Finally the truth be told - it’s not the easy availability of guns, but the easy availability of cannabis that is the cause of mass shootings.

paxton.jpgGoing one big step further in exposing the true cause for mass gun violence, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton stated in an interview with conservative radio host Trey Graham that if he had the opportunity to talk with the parents whose children had been murdered in the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde Texas, “I’d have to say, look, there’s always a plan. I believe God always has a plan.”

GODS_PLAN-page-001(1).jpgIf Paxton believes God’s plan was for an 18-year-old to kill 19 children and their two teachers in a school classroom, then Texas has shown the way to end this mass gun violence

States should enact laws like the new anti-abortion law in Texas, that would allow a private citizen to sue anyone who facilitated God’s plan to use guns to murder large numbers of people. Like the Texas law, counting_money.jpgthe citizen bringing the lawsuit against anyone facilitating God’s plans for mass gun violence would be entitled to damages in an amount of not less than $10,000 as well as attorney’s fees.

Laura Ingraham and Ken Paxton got it right - guns don't kill people - pot and God kill people.






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