At a press conference held earlier today at the Fairfax, Virginia, headquarters of the National Rifle Association, NRA President Wayne LaPierre issued a plea for “restraint” in the “rampaging-gunman community” while the United States Congress prepares to debate new firearms regulations.
“As most cold-blooded spree killers know, this is a very sensitive time for gun rights in America. Traditionally, the nation can handle three, even four scenes of unimaginable carnage per year without much difficulty,” LaPierre said. “But after what happened in Newtown, the country is just . . . jittery. And so the NRA encourages all homicidal maniacs, wherever they live in this great country of ours, to keep a low profile for a few months.”
LaPierre was referring to the events in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 14, 2012, when gunman Adam Lanza opened fire in the Sandy Hook Elementary School, killing twenty children and six… full story HERE »