Did Elliot Rodgers Go On Shooting Spree, And Kill Seven People
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"Tomorrow is a day of retribution,"
A sex starved virgin, thought to be Elliot Rogers, appears to have taken his frustration out on the girls who shunned him and the men that he was jealous of, killing seven and injuring seven more in Santa Barbara.
Unlike other mass shootings, the possible suspect in this case had made a video prior to his assault, giving police and sheriffs and the public at large a look into the mind of a deranged man.
"I have been forced to endure an existence of loneliness, rejection and unfulfilled desires"The shooting, that started Friday evening, began as the suspect started unleashing a fury of bullets at the unarmed people in the beachfront city's Isla Vista enclave. The unsuspecting people had started to gather to enjoy the start of the holiday weekend. It looks to me like this guy wanted to blame everyone else for his lack of personality and social skills.
"Gun Control" creates easy targets
In my opinion, this is just another example of why some may want to protect themselves from deranged and obviously delusional individuals. In California it is almost impossible to get a concealed firearm permit. Also, California has banned Open Carry of any type in areas of high populations. This is just another example of the police not being able to be everywhere, or magically appear in that instance of need.
Can you see into the future?
One never knows the future, so individuals never know when they may need to protect themselves from harm. I am a firm believer that it is better to have your firearm and never need it, than like in this case, need it and not be allowed to have it. I am curious if any of the innocently slain sons, daughters, and outright victims were in fact gun owners, that due to California's strict "gun control" laws, were FORCED by law to be sitting ducts to the whims of a mad man.
Below is a video commentary as well as the fox news story.
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Calif. campus gunman killed 3 people at home before shooting rampage, police say
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