THREE YEARS AFTER TUCSON SHOOTING DEEPER GUN CONFISCATION AGENDA EMERGES
(Stephanie Sledge) Three-years have come to pass since the January 8, 2011 shooting at a Safeway store in Tucson (Casa Adobes), AZ. The nation was told crazy deranged lone gunman, Jared Lee Loughner, shot and killed six people, which included a federal judge and a nine-year old girl said to have been born on 9/11/01, the day of the 2001 Trade Center attacks. Among the victims, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who survived a shot in the head, has been on the march in the nation to expand the federal gun background checks to include individual’s mental health records.
This shooting, as well as others including Sandy Hook, the Navy Yard shooting, the Aurora shooting, and others have raised serious suspicion in the nation (and concern) as to how far the gun grabbers will go to push the anti-Second Amendment agenda using alleged tragedies and victims as a means to push through mental health agenda in the nation. As Loughner pleaded guilty in November of 2012, I pondered many questions, remaining unanswered in the mainstream, leaving the nation feeling as if Jared Lee Loughner was a set-up patsy used for mental health and gun confiscation agenda.