The War on Gun Crime

The United States government, ever eager to find a crisis to sell you, has now stumbled onto another one.

The United States government, ever eager to find a crisis to sell you, has now stumbled onto another one.

The resulting document, which is called The National Criminal Justice Commission Report, issued by the U.S. Department of Justice to Congress and published by the Justice Department this week, is titled “The War on Gun Violence.”

The word “gun” appears a mere four times in the entire report, which features a hysterical and draconian open letter from mayors and governors across the country to the Attorney General and Congress.

The report details how “the demand for illegal guns has grown because of the availability of easy access to firearms,” notes our source.

The War on Gun Crime

If you’re considering gun control as an answer to mass shootings and the passage of the so-called “Second Amendment” right, you’re not looking at the same issue as even those most vehemently against it.

The real issue worth talking about violent crime. Whether a shooting is at a synagogue on Long Island or high crime neighborhoods in Chicago or Baltimore, violence is the problem.

While we must be criticized for the injustices of our government and while the media haven’t done enough to hold police accountable for what they do, taking guns from citizens is a solution to a non existent problem.

There’s a conservative response and it is not so called gun control.