Ask yourself this: how much of what you see in “the news” in a given day is real?
Last week was an insane welcome to President Obama’s new gun control executive actions. To put it in perspective, let’s take a look at the week’s events which helped transition it.
The Week Before
On December 31st, outgoing Education Secretary Arne Duncan gave his last speech at St. Sabina’s in Chicago. He tearfully spoke of guns killing children throughout his tenure. In fact, the majority of his speech was about gun violence, not education. In his talk, he mirrored Obama’s frustration at the lack of meaningful gun control measures and reaffirmed that Obama has vowed to do everything he can in his remaining year as president to further this effort. Just as Obama has repeatedly done, Duncan praised Australia’s strict gun control policies, which many have called out as coming after the nation suffered a gun control false flag, as a “gift” to its nation’s youth.
Monday, Jan. 4th
It was all over the news that Obama would be announcing his newest attack on the 2nd Amendment. The White House released a fact sheet on the new executive actions. Among these are:
- a commitment to advancing “smart technology” including fingerprint scanners, RFID, and microstamping (research for which will be provided by the Dept. of Defense);
- a $500 million investment in increased access to mental health care;
- removal of HIPAA barriers to allow the Department of Health and Human Services to report “relevant information” about people who might be prohibited from owning a gun for mental health reasons;
- and requiring a license for people engaged in the business of dealing firearms, which the White House says could mean as little as one or two transactions if other factors are present.
Tuesday, Jan. 5th
Obama gives a tearful press conference on his orders, tears which quickly become top headline everywhere. Most mainstream outlets start with lines like:
President Barack Obama paused to wipe away tears as he discussed the victims of 2012 Newtown shooting during a Tuesday morning press conference on his new executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence.
Just after he tears up and before everyone breaks into applause, Obama says, “and, by the way, it happens on the streets of Chicago every day.”
Ironically, 12 people were shot and killed in Chicago that same day, a city that has some of the nation’s strictest gun laws.
The same day, Hillary Clinton, who has also referenced Australia’s gun control in speeches and has said she will pass her own gun control executive orders if she becomes president, praised Obama, saying “I’m very proud of what the President called for this morning with his executive order. I was pleased because some of what he’d called for, I’d advocated for a couple months ago in the debates and in the campaign.”
Wednesday, Jan. 6th
The one-year anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. A man walks into a Paris police department wearing a fake suicide belt, wielding a meat clever, and yelling “Allahu Akbar”. He is promptly shot by cops. Charlie Hebdo dominates headlines for the first time in a year.
An advisory panel at Umpqua Community College announces the building where a mass shooting of nine people happened back in October will be torn down and rebuilt completely. Employees return to work at at the site of the reported San Bernardino shooting, and the friend charged with buying a gun in the case pleads not guilty. Both shootings are refreshed all over the news for the public, along with the announcement that James Tracy, a prominent proponent of the Sandy Hook shooting hoax theory, has fired from his tenured position at Florida Atlantic University.
Via The New York Times:
Mr. Tracy has said the Newtown massacre may have been carried out by “crisis actors” employed by the Obama administration. Mr. Tracy’s ideas fall into part of a larger movement of Internet conspiracy theorists who believe the spate of mass murders have simply been staged by the government. A few of the theorists do not think the shootings took place at all.
So, along with the San Bernardino and Oregon mass shootings refreshed in the public’s minds, Sandy Hook is also back in the news…
Never mind the fact that none of the executive orders Obama just passed would have stopped any of these mass shootings, (which all took place in gun free zones by the way), from happening.
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