Perpetrator, not Trump, responsible for El Paso shooting


Sunday, August 18, 2019

Only the most intellectually lazy or dishonest person would even try to equate President Trump’s “rhetoric” with the recent shooting in El Paso, Texas. The latest and lowest strategy by the unhinged Democrats and their mouthpieces in the media, is to now say that Trump is personally responsible for this and other shootings.

Remember when Republicans blamed Bernie Sanders and his rhetoric for the shooting of U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., by a Bernie Saunders supporter? Yeah, me neither. Did you hear a single Republican or media member blame Elizabeth Warren for her supporter’s mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio? Nope.

Amazing how the left conveniently forgets the heinous, violent and disgusting “words” they’ve used against Trump and his entire family. Kathy Griffin holding up a bloody Trump head? Congresswoman Rashida Talib yelling that she was going to “Impeach that blank.”

The examples are endless of things Democrats, the media and the lunatics in Hollywood have said about Trump. What do they all have in common? They were all met with the sounds of crickets by the left. I guess everything else they’ve tried for the last three years to discredit and impugn Trump has failed miserably so they may as well try this.

Thanks to Democrats and the media, calling someone a “racist” has lost all meaning. As the saying goes, what do you call someone winning an argument with a Democrat? A racist. Now the left is calling Trump a “white supremacist” with zero evidence. There is far more evidence of President Barack Obama’s racist language and actions than Trump has shown. Just read his books for proof. Did Trump sit in a racist, America-hating church for 20 years like Obama?

The bottom line is that the only person responsible for these mass shootings is the perpetrator himself. That’s it. Nobody else. Want to make a change and stop these killings from happening? Be a father and role model to your children. When will it end? Hopefully in 2024 when Trump walks away after a great eight years as president.

Mark Goddard