G. McConway
November 24, 2022

Biden Demands ‘Greater Action’ on Guns After Mass Shooting

Here we go again.

There is another mass shooting, and Democrats go right for the guns.

They never look at the shooter and in this case, yet again, there appear to have been signs that were overlooked that could have prevented this shooting.

Greater Action

The shooting at the Chesapeake, VA, Walmart was a tragedy.

A manager at Walmart walked into a breakroom, shot the room up, ultimately killing six people, injuring several others, then turned the gun on himself.

Joe Biden did not look at the reports about the shooter, just targeting the weapon.

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."

The alleged shooter has since been identified as Andre Bing.

He was an overnight team lead and had worked for Walmart for about 10 years.

Some of the employee interviews were very telling.

If they are accurate, Bing was someone other workers tried to avoid, constantly making controversial statements.

Some said he always seemed like he had a grudge.

Point being, this was not someone that sounded like they should have been in charge of people.

Why were these red flags not seen? Why were his statements not reported to authorities to investigate?

Virtually every mass shooting comes back to some sort of mental illness.

Yet, Democrats will not concentrate on that at all, instead trying to once again chip away at our Constitution.

Source: Fox News

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