Weeks after the fact, the Sandy Hook tragedy is still fresh on the mind because twenty of those murdered were children of such a tender age. Families have been devastated for life.
Tearful and determined people demonstrated in Washington D.C. with signs reading, “Never forget Sandy Hook.” And who can forget a tragedy of such magnitude. People are demanding, and rightly so, that something be done about these massive school shootings. An article in February 3 issue of Freedom Outpost stated the following:
A father of a Sandy Hook Elementary School student testified on January 28, 2013 in a Working Group Public Hearing at the Connecticut State Capitol on gun violence prevention. While Bill Stevens’ fifth grade daughter was not harmed in the incident, she was a part of the children that were in “lock down” during the shooting and following it. However, Mr. Stevens said that his daughter’s friend’s little sister was one of the children that was murdered…
All of which serves to reinforce the Myth: We need more gun control laws to put an end to these mass gun killings.
The myth is so superficial that MythBusters can’t help but suspect the motives of its perpetrators. You don’t have to look very far into history, recent social experimentation, and the Bible to conclude that the gun control argument is a fraud. We found the evidence to be overwhelming.