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117910 No. 117910 ID: 15ff4c

>Seventeen people were shot to death and several others wounded Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in a horrific episode of school violence that ended with the arrest of a former student.

>Panicked parents streamed to this affluent section of northwest Broward County, as news helicopters broadcast the incident live and students congregated on streets, many crying, hugging and calling friends and family.

>In a grainy Snapchat video from the school, a man yelled, “Oh, my God,” as the pop-pop, pop-pop of gunshots rang out and students screamed.

>Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said 17 people were killed, including both students and adults, with two shot outside the school, one in the street, 12 inside the school and two dying from their wounds at the hospital.

>The suspect was identified as Nikolas Cruz, 19, a former student. He used an AR-15 rifle and multiple magazines, the sheriff said. Investigators have begun analyzing Cruz’s social media accounts, which the sheriff said contained material that was “very, very disturbing.”

>Cruz was taken into custody off campus without incident, he said. Wearing a red shirt, black pants and black boots, Cruz was seen being placed on a gurney. At 4:47 p.m. he was seen being wheeled in to Broward Health North hospital in Deerfield Beach. Later he was taken from the hospital to Broward Sheriff’s Office headquarters in Fort Lauderdale.
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>> No. 117912 ID: dd409f
What happened to the original thread?
The amount of censorship on this site, home of acidman, is extremely suspicious
>> No. 117913 ID: b430d1
I, for one, applaud the NRA for protecting the rights of mexicans to buy AR15s and then slaughter white babies.
>> No. 117914 ID: bd9939
What is up with this shit with kids livestreaming shootings and wasting fucking time texting and calling when they should be moving, planning or fighting?

Fucking zero survival instinct. Just unbelievable.
>> No. 117915 ID: b6e249
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This is getting aggressively scrubbed from everywhere:


May be time to spread it.
>> No. 117916 ID: b6e249
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Confirmed democrat

>> No. 117917 ID: c63da4

Most schools use shelter-in-place for their active shooter plans. And he initially escaped by blending in with students fleeing the school.

>planning or fighting

yeah a bunch of fucking scared kids are gonna human wave a guy with a gun using their bare hands like they're the fucking Chinese at Chosin.

More proof we need comprehensive registration and disarmament! Turn 'em in America!
>> No. 117918 ID: e0deaf
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>What happened to the original thread?
>The amount of censorship on this site, home of acidman, is extremely suspicious

You mean a thread with as title
and nothing else in it except a link to a different site?

I suggest you read the board rules at >>49763
>> No. 117919 ID: db474b
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Shooter confirmed white supremacist and trumpanzee.
A racist group in Florida has admitted that accused high school shooter Nikolas Cruz had attended training events. The Anti-Defamation League released information on February 15, the day after 17 people were killed in a shooting at Stoneman High School in Parkland, Florida, that said Cruz was linked to a group known as the Republic of Florida. The group adheres to typical racist and neo-Nazi philosophy such as allegiance to white-European descendant Americans and opposing mixed race and gay marriage.

Cruz, a former student at Marjory Stoneman High School, is charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder. On the day of the shooting, a thread appeared on the controversial forum 4Chan saying that Cruz was a member of the Republic of Florida. The original 4Chan poster said that Republic of Florida members were saying their only surprise was that the target hadn’t been a government building.
>> No. 117920 ID: f5c3ed
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>far right
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>or antifa

Choose your own narrative I guess
>> No. 117922 ID: e30c6c
fallin' for that fake news right away I see.

>Nick Cruz had at least two Instagram pages. The Instagram pages show a fixation with guns and knives. In one, the profile picture includes a MAGA hat. Authorities say that he committed the massacre with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. Fifteen other people were wounded in what is Florida’s worst school shooting ever.

>The Daily Beast reported that, according to Ocean Parodie, 17, “Cruz always had his hair short and had a penchant for wearing patriotic shirts that ‘seemed really extreme, like hating on’ Islam…The suspected gunman would also deride Muslims as ‘terrorists and bombers.’” Parodie also told Daily Beast: “I’ve seen him wear a Trump hat.”

>“A fake ‘antifa’ account is also spreading a hoax about the suspect wearing an antifa T-shirt. However, the man in the picture is a 24-year-old named Marcel Fontaine, not the suspect.”
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Honestly the dude in the pic doesn't even look anything like the actual suspect. How willing to drink the Kool-Aid do you guys need to be to fall for this fake news bullshit every time?
>> No. 117926 ID: cce514
Can't challenge the narrative that straight christian white republican men are the most persecuted and victimized group in the world, ahead of even the Russians and Chinese. So obviously it's gotta be a hoax and a false flag and so on.

Also the autistic have trouble telling faces apart.
>> No. 117927 ID: f5c3ed
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Like I said
>Choose your own narrative

Are you dumb or something?
>> No. 117928 ID: c10b88

Saying "choose your own narrative" implies there's any parity between the accusations that he's far right or far left. Literally all the evidence is for the former.

The only "choice" here is whether someone wants to be right or wrong.
>> No. 117930 ID: b430d1
i can't believe the kid just played it cool and walked out right past the cops
what a fucking badass punking them dumbass porkers like that
>> No. 117931 ID: c72200
To no ones surprise he was known before the incident but nothing was done. Again. I used to play the mental illness card but literally every mass shooting the gunman was known to government agencies before and yet did nothing to stop it.
If they can't even catch them now why would they catch someone with illegal guns? Time to start blaming the government for allowing these type of attacks to take place.
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>> No. 117933 ID: dd409f
in this era of overwhelming oppressive government surveillance, literally everyone is "known to government agencies"

>I used to play the mental illness card
in your case nigger its not just playing card, u legit

(u legit ban'd)
(/n/ rule 2)
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>> No. 117935 ID: 3eed6b
hur hur hurr the fbi failed, let's debate gun politics and shit and sage each other on the social media and make ass from yourself .
>> No. 117940 ID: f11f4d
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Yeah, dude was throwing off a fuckton of warning signs.
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After an EXTREMELY tiring half hour of talking to the victims, Trump went to a disco party at Mar-a-Lago.
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>> No. 117946 ID: f5c3ed

>Al Hoffman Jr., a top GOP donor who has repeatedly blasted the Republican Party for its position on gun control, on Saturday said he would no longer contribute to candidates or groups, “unless they all support a ban on assault weapons,” The New York Times reports.

>Hoffman relayed his ultimatum in an email to half a dozen Republican leaders, including Florida Gov. Rick Scott and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. He also told Scott and Rep. Brian Mast he would not contribute to their campaigns if they did not support gun legislation – Scott is considering running for senator in 2018.

>“I will not write another check unless they all support a ban on assault weapons,” he wrote. “Enough is enough!”

>Hoffman’s comments come three days after police say 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire at a Florida high school, killing 17 and injuring 17 in one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history.

>Hoffman is a Florida-based real estate developer who has donated millions of dollars to Republicans and GOP super-PACs.

>“For how many years now have we been doing this — having these experiences of terrorism, mass killings — and how many years has it been that nothing’s been done?” Hoffman told the New York Times. “It’s the end of the road for me.”
>> No. 117952 ID: ed6f17
>Domestic abuse allegations against a senior aide were ignored, pointing to a potential high-level coverup. Two Cabinet secretaries were caught charging taxpayers for luxury travel. A Playboy centerfold alleged an extramarital affair with the president. And the special counsel’s Russia investigation was intensifying. The tumult was so intense that there was fervent speculation that President Trump might fire his chief of staff.

>But a gun massacre at a Florida high school last Wednesday, which left 17 dead, seemed to shift the media glare away from the Trump scandals and gave embattled aides an opportunity to re­focus on handling a crisis not of their own making. While the White House mourned the loss of life in Parkland, Fla., some aides privately acknowledged that the tragedy offered a breather from the political storm.

>A tentative plan for White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly to address the news media from the briefing room Wednesday — where he would have faced intense scrutiny over his role in the mishandling of the domestic abuse allegations against former staff secretary Rob Porter — was scuttled.

>One White House official said the shooting forced the White House to focus on critical and serious issues — like consoling the victims and trying to heal the nation — rather than getting bogged down in what they view as more trivial West Wing drama.

>“For everyone, it was a distraction or a reprieve,” said the White House official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to reflect internal conversations. “A lot of people here felt like it was a reprieve from seven or eight days of just getting pummeled.”

>One hour after news broke about the school shooting in Florida last week, Twitter accounts suspected of having links to Russia released hundreds of posts taking up the gun control debate.

>The accounts addressed the news with the speed of a cable news network. Some adopted the hashtag #guncontrolnow. Others used #gunreformnow and #Parklandshooting. Earlier on Wednesday, before the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., many of those accounts had been focused on the investigation by the special counsel Robert S. Mueller III into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

>“This is pretty typical for them, to hop on breaking news like this,” said Jonathon Morgan, chief executive of New Knowledge, a company that tracks online disinformation campaigns. “The bots focus on anything that is divisive for Americans. Almost systematically.”
>> No. 117953 ID: f5c3ed

CNN live stream now. It's a total anti-gun shitshow if you couldn't guess. Got the link from 8/k/
>> No. 117954 ID: b430d1

Fuck off. You treasonous fucks are the reason we're gonna get another AWB shoved down our throats.

(Don't bitch, it's only for a day)
>> No. 117955 ID: 1f51db
What is really bothering me is that no one is addressing the failures that led to this shooting happening. Shooter was a neon glowing sign for "about to kill people" the way I understand all of theses stories. People tired to warn authorities, multiple times, and the authorities ignored the warnings.

An AWB wouldn't have stopped the shooting.
An AR-15 ban wouldn't have stopped the shooting.

Besides if EITHER of these things happen then overnight a black/grey market is created, ATF looses any sort of tracking on newly manufactured arms, people lose their jobs, etc. All over a measure that won't save a single life.
>> No. 117956 ID: da79b3
Rich, coming from a man who once made his son fast-forward through all the non-fight parts in Bloodsport.
>In a White House meeting held with lawmakers on the theme of school safety, President Donald Trump offered both a direct and vague call to action against violence in media by calling out video games and movies.

>"We have to do something about what [kids are] seeing and how they're seeing it," Trump said during the meeting. "And also video games. I'm hearing more and more people say the level of violence on video games is shaping more and more people's thoughts."

>Trump followed this statement by referencing "movies [that] come out that are so violent with the killing and everything else." He made a suggestion for keeping children from watching violent films: "Maybe they have to put a rating system for that." The MPAA's ratings board began adding specific disclaimers about sexual, drug, and violent content in all rated films in the year 2000, which can be found in small text in every MPAA rating box.

>Trump did not acknowledge recommendations for bans on assault-style weapons during the meeting. He instead used Twitter to recommend raising a minimum gun-buying age to 21 years and ending the sale of assault-rifle bump stocks.
>> No. 117957 ID: 09c7e0
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i think it is hilarious that a community of people neglects and abuses their least fortunate children and then when one of them inevitably goes apeshit the abusers and neglecters are the first ones to try and use their sudden fame to get on tv and wield political leverage on topics that they weren't concerned at all about before the incident when what should be happening is the other way around. if there was any logic to the situation at all the outside world would be pointing the finger at shitsville, fl and they would be having some outside review of how they handle their social welfare funds and what other abuses might be going on behind the scenes. also people should laugh at them because the shooter kid owned them hard 17:0 m-m-m-monster kill using the very limited resources he was able to put together working at the dollar store in their very town.
>> No. 117960 ID: 44ca7a
Turns out the "good guy with a gun" ran and hid.
>The armed school resource officer assigned to protect students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took a defensive position outside the school and did not enter the building while the shooter was killing students and teachers inside with an AR-15 assault-style rifle, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Thursday.

>Israel said he suspended School Resource Deputy Scot Peterson on Thursday after seeing a video from the Parkland, Fla., school that showed Peterson outside the school building where the shooter was inside and attacking.

>“What I saw was a deputy arrive at the west side of Building 12, take up a position, and never went in,” Israel said.
>> No. 117961 ID: 8be446
And to no one's surprise, they've already mobilized.


>In just days, the group of teenage survivors have made themselves impossible to ignore, headlining rallies, penning op-eds, and blanketing cable news coverage over the Presidents Day weekend with their calls for action.

>On Tuesday, the teens will travel to Tallahassee, Florida’s state capital, to push for a change in gun laws. On Wednesday night CNN will air a special town hall meeting with students and lawmakers. The teens are also planning the “March for Our Lives,” a nationwide March 24 demonstration that they hope will serve as the movement’s coming-out party.

>At a Fort Lauderdale rally, senior Emma González delivered a fiery speech against President Trump and the NRA, which quickly went viral and was seen by millions around the globe. “The people in the government who are voted into power are lying to us,” she told the crowd through tears. “And us kids seem to be the only ones who notice and are prepared to call BS.”

>Although the room was big, the students worked closely together on a rug, making decisions communally. When media outlets rang to schedule interviews, the calls were sometimes put on hold so the group could plan and schedule collectively, as if they’d been doing this for years.

>As others answered phone calls, Jaclyn Corin, the 17-year-old in charge of logistics for the Tallahassee event on Wednesday, worked on a press release about the event — although she referred to it as “an essay.” The teens are planning to meet with Florida’s attorney general, House speaker, and Senate president. (Gov. Rick Scott's office told BuzzFeed News on Tuesday he would also meet with the students.) “REMEMBER: THIS IS ALL AT A STATE LEVEL,” Corin wrote in capital letters in the final press release.

Additional coverage:






Who's organizing these kids? Who's paying them? Who's feeding them their talking points? You'd expect these students to be mourning, instead they roll out a slick website, catchy hashtags, and have worked the press circuit harder than most a-list actors in under a week. Antigunners are working overtime and are using these kids as a front.
>> No. 117962 ID: 41441c
What did you expect they were going to do? Sit around and stay quiet? A bunch of their friends got shot. And teens tend to be far more politically motivated than adults, they haven't been beaten down and made cynical by the world yet.

Meanwhile NRA has fucked us all by associating with the Russians and throwing in with a orange geriatric from New York who thinks "assault weapons" should be banned, they've spent more time parroting GOP talking points and screeching about conspiracies than pushing legislation. As soon as the Democrats start getting majorities to the point where they feel they can safely slam some bans through, we are fucked. Possibly even before that if the more authoritarian/classist Republicans feel they won't get voted out.
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"for the actions of my supporters"

Nice use of neuro-linguistic programming technique in title. You need to realize that people who are trained in NLP don't tend to fall for NLP. You Shareblue or FВI?

Now that we have that out of the way...

Do you realize that the VAST MAJORITY of active shooters have been dems?
>> No. 117970 ID: 4e8b5b
  Are you sure you'd be able to run with those bone spurs?
>President Donald Trump said Monday he would have stormed into the Florida high school to stop the gunman perpetrating the nation's latest mass shooting "even if I didn't have a weapon" as he lambasted the inaction of a sheriff's deputy assigned to the school.

lol remember the time he frantically hid behind a secret service agent?
>> No. 117972 ID: 455cf9
>> No. 117977 ID: 270fed
Imagine if Obama had said this.
>President Trump on Wednesday voiced support for confiscating guns from certain individuals deemed to be dangerous, even if it violates due process rights.

>“I like taking the guns early, like in this crazy man’s case that just took place in Florida ... to go to court would have taken a long time,” Trump said at a meeting with lawmakers on school safety and gun violence.

>“Take the guns first, go through due process second,” Trump said.

>Trump was responding to comments from Vice President Pence that families and local law enforcement should have more tools to report potentially dangerous individuals with weapons.

>“Allow due process so no one’s rights are trampled, but the ability to go to court, obtain an order and then collect not only the firearms but any weapons,” Pence said.

>"Or, Mike, take the firearms first, and then go to court," Trump responded.
>> No. 117978 ID: 41441c
Dianne Feinstein literally cackling with glee in the attached video here:
>KLOBUCHAR: We need domestic violence check in background check. >TRUMP: "I'm all for it."
>CORNYN (winking): Let's let Steve Scalise speak.
>SCALISE: What about adding concealed carry reciprocity to the bill?
>TRUMP: Not in this bill.
>> No. 118001 ID: 1f05b4
Trump meets with Republicans and pearl clutchers who want to ban games to discuss banning games. Not noted in the article is that Dave Grossman (also in the "games bad" camp) attended despite most/all of his work being discredited.

>Trump himself opened the meeting by showing “a montage of clips of various violent video games,” said Rep. Vicky Hartzler, a Republican from Missouri. Then, Hartzler said the president would ask, “This is violent isn’t it?”

>“They were violent clips where individuals were killing other human beings in various ways,” she said.

>Those who did join Trump said he appeared open-minded, seeking solutions from everyone — including executives from the video-game industry. It was “respectful but contentious,” said Melissa Henson, program director for the Parents Television Council.

>Henson said she and her peers emphasized that a “steady diet of media violence is having a corrosive effect on our culture,” while video-game executives were “every bit as firm in their conviction there is no relation.”

>“I think he’s deeply disturbed by some of the things you see in these video games that are so darn violent, viciously violent, and clearly inappropriate for children, and I think he’s bothered by that,” said Brent Bozell, the president of the Media Research Council, who joined the meeting.

>Bozell said he also communicated to Trump a need for “much tougher regulation” of the video-game industry, stressing that violent games “needed to be given the same kind of thought as tobacco and liquor.”

>Hartzler, meanwhile, said she’s open to crafting legislation that would make it harder for youngsters to buy violent games.

>“Even though I know there are studies that have said there is no causal link, as a mom and a former high school teacher, it just intuitively seems that prolonged viewing of violent nature would desensitize a young person,” she said.

>The White House already has hinted at sustained, broader scrutiny still to come. A day before the meeting, a spokeswoman for Trump said the sit-down with video-game executives and their critics is “the first of many with industry leaders to discuss this important issue.” Privately, lobbyists for tech giants and movie studios quickly expressed unease that they might soon be dragged up to the White House, too.

>Along with Bozell and Hartzler, Trump also included lawmakers like Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Rep. Martha Roby (R-Ala.). After the meeting, Rubio acknowledged there is no evidence linking violent video games to the tragedy in Parkland. But he said he wanted to ensure “parents are aware of the resources available to them to monitor and control the entertainment their children are exposed to.”

Unsurprisingly, the "It's about ethics in sending death threats to women!" crowd is entirely silent.
>> No. 118002 ID: 7ed752
>The president became extremely distressed when the montage showed Nazis being killed in Wolfenstein 2 and a short recess was called
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