In response to Pat Buchanan’s recent column on the Las Vegas shooter, a commenter notes the press conference the sheriff of Spokane County, Washington gave after a high school shooting. When pressed on gun control by a member of the lugenpresse, the sheriff responded:
“It all depends on the 15-year-old. I can tell you, folks, I carried a gun all my life. I hunted, I shot. My friends and I… It’s huntin’ season back home. When I was in high school, every one of those rigs in the high school parking lot had a gun in the gun rack. Why? We went huntin’ on the way home. None of those guns ever walked into a school. None of those guns ever shot anybody. What’s the difference? Did the gun change? Or did you, as a society, change?