There has recently been a movement to suppress the names, photographs and backgrounds of mass shooters in an attempt to reduce any “fame” such individuals receive from committing murderous actions.A recent study by Jennifer Johnston and Andrew Joy titled “Mass Shootings and the Media Contagion Effect” which breaks down the impact of media coverage on future mass shootings and makes some startling conclusions. Stefan Molyneux breaks down the widely cited study, highlights significant jumps in logic, outright incorrect information and an leftist bias that is paving the way for social media censorship.
Here are some thoughts on how we can stop school shootings by NRA commentator and attorney Colion Noir.
On Wednesday February 14th, 2018 at approximately 2:30pm, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 people and wounding thirteen survivors – including two people who remain in critical condition.
The suspect was reportedly armed with an AR-15 style rifle, “countless magazines” of ammunition, a gas mask and even smoke grenades – as he set off a fire alarm and brought students out from their classrooms and into the school hallways prior to the shooting.
Cruz was apprehended on Wednesday and charged on Thursday with 17 counts of premeditated murder in the third-deadliest school shooting in American history.
On January 29th, 2018, the House Intelligence Committee voted to release the document detailing surveillance abuses by the FBI and DOJ, leading to outrage from the political establishment, mainstream media and the intelligence community who clearly prefer to operate in secrecy.
The document – or memo – on the subject of “Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Abuses at the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation” was sent to HSPCI Majority Members by HPSCI Majority Staff on January 18th, 2018. The document was declassified and released by order of President Donald Trump on February 2nd, 2018.
Includes: Former FBI Director James Comey, Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein,
Hillary Clinton, Sally Yates, Carter Page, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Abuses, Rep. Adam Schiff, John Podesta, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Robert Mueller, Former Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr, Michael Isikoff, David Corn, Fusion GPS, Perkins Coie and the Christopher Steele dossier.