G. McConway
November 24, 2022

Walmart Mass Shooting Leaves 6 Dead, Many Injuries

Here we go again…

Tuesday night, the nation was stunned when a report of a man with a gun shot and killed six people at a Walmart in Virginia.

More were injured, and the gunman turned the gun on himself ending the ordeal.

Manager Goes Postal

The suspect has since been identified as Andre Bing.

Bing was a 31-year-old manager who had worked at Walmart for about 10 years.

According to interviews with employees that worked at the Walmart, Bing had a bit of a spotty history, including being very aggressive with employees.

Witnesses stated that Bing burst into the breakroom and randomly opened fire at employees.

The victims were identified on Wednesday afternoon…

In addressing the shooting, Biden expressed his condolences, but he also hinted that he wants to take another shot at the Second Amendment.

He stated, "Jill and I grieve for those families, for the Chesapeake community, and for the Commonwealth of Virginia, which just suffered a terrible shooting at the University of Virginia this month.

"We also mourn for all those across America who have lost loved ones to these tragic shootings that we must come together as a nation to stand against.

"This year, I signed the most significant gun reform in a generation, but that is not nearly enough.

"We must take greater action."

Never waste a crisis… is that not the motto of this party?

I don't know how many times we have predicted that if you give Democrats an inch on the Second Amendment, they will try to take a foot.

Well, last year, they were given that inch, and now Joe Biden has his ruler out to see how far he can take it.

There are clearly other issues at hand here, but Dems are only interested in one… ending the Second Amendment.

Sources: ABC News & Fox News

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