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Activists placed 7,000 pairs of shoes in front of the US Capitol building on Tuesday, to remember children killed by gun violence since the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre
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Eddie Mar 13
Replying to @Testi_Testi_1_2 @CNN
Hey, going to tell you a secret. Stricter gun laws will help with ALL gun violence. So, the answer is YES, these shoes represent children in Chicago and every other city in America. You down to help?
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René Saldaña, Jr. Mar 13
Replying to @CNN
Wondering: did same activists pick up shoes after the demonstration?
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Rauno Mar 13
It is still a problem when someone with mental health issues is able to get a gun. Other than backround check there should also be mental health test.
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Rauno Mar 13
Replying to @TDAM71 @CNN
And it's problem that those people with mental health issues were able to get a gun in the first place.
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James I Jennings III (featuring Sleepy Brown) Mar 13
Replying to @ReneSaldanaJr @CNN
Wondering: Why do I put my feet in shoes at the bowling alley?
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Rauno Mar 13
Those people need to do research on Chicago. Hard to have strict gun law when morons just drive few hours to another state to buy a gun.
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René Saldaña, Jr. Mar 13
Replying to @jimiseadawg @CNN
Wondering: what's that spray at the bowling alley do anyway? Ain't it like a ton of people per day who wear said shoes?
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Rauno Mar 13
Replying to @DeborahJuneBal1 @CNN
You do know that about 60% guns recovered from shooter have been bought out of state? Hard to have strict gun law when naber states are moronic about their gun laws.
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Rauno Mar 13
Replying to @dtballard1 @CNN
You really comparing guns to cars? Cars are not manufactured to kill things, guns are. Not a hard thing to understand.
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René Saldaña, Jr. Mar 13
Replying to @jimiseadawg @CNN
Also wondering: am I the only idiot who's bought his own bowling shoes just so as not to wear the alley's?
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Rauno Mar 13
Replying to @LyndaG1963 @CNN
I hope you are this vocal about so called Trump's drone strikes. Same shit different person.
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Deplorable John MAGA Mar 13
Replying to @SDarko007 @CNN
Not Really I think home school is answer. But I want to be Armed because I am scared of you and People like you. I can't tell a Teacher not to be Armed I am sure they are scared of you too.
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Alyson Johnson Mar 13
Replying to @CNN
heartbreaking.
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Deplorable John MAGA Mar 13
Replying to @theMrWheat @CNN
If Trump were a racist he would Fund and Support PP because they abort thousands of poor stupid black babies every day.
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Foxymoron 🦋 Mar 13
Rates and trends are more telling; The rate today as compared to (especially the 90s) is indeed lower, though this correlates with a downward trend in household gun ownership, an indication that fewer guns lowers the rate of gun related death.
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Foxymoron 🦋 Mar 13
The NRA lobbies heavily for the sale of more guns however, which is counter to the data.
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Deplorable John MAGA Mar 13
Replying to @Msfeefee1028 @CNN
Do you speak for all teachers or just your self. Would you give your life for your students. If a gunman came in your class room would you duck and run or fight back. Gun Free zones are where Democrats gather and crazy people hunt.
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