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Why America Will NEVER Have Real Gun Control


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The normalization of weapons in America is why a shift in weapon culture is impossible. The issue runs deeper compared to you assume #America 2017.

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  1. Posted by Danmandingo, at Reply

    *When the people fear the Government, there is tyranny. When the Government fears the people, there is liberty.*

    *THAT’S WHY.*

    • Posted by mako zero, at Reply

      america is e nepotistic plutocracy … like europe in the gilded age

    • Posted by Oliver Matthes, at Reply

      Interesting logic. So the GOP is not going to throw 23 millions Americans off of health insurrance, because they are afraid, they could use their guns on them?

    • Posted by Small d Democrat, at Reply

      Raptor Leading with a strong military makes it a dictatorial regime, not a leader.

  2. Posted by Redbeard Shitlord, at Reply

    Because america is not populated in the majority by cucks.

    • Posted by How Do Ya Like Me Now, Chucklehead?, at Reply

      +Redbeard Shitlord
      Just morons so keen to play with their pop toys, they accidentally shoot their 15-year-old daughter in the face sneaking in from a party in the middle of the night, yeah?

    • Posted by Redbeard Shitlord, at Reply

      You know there isn’t a statistically significant increase in accidental/negligent deaths in countries that have guns vs those that regulate. anecdotes of that sort are just fake news sensationalism. Grats you fell for it.

    • Posted by How Do Ya Like Me Now, Chucklehead?, at Reply

      +Redbeard Shitlord
      Bet you never once used the term “fake news” before the Idiot-in-Chief stated it a few months back. Grats, you’re a parrot.

    • Posted by Redbeard Shitlord, at Reply

      It’s just a funny and even useful term. Sorry.

  3. Posted by ImperatorAvgvstvs, at Reply

    Why are there so many smug british cunts in the US? Go back to your own country and stop complaining about ours.

    • Posted by Angelo Lee, at Reply

      Why do conservatives always want someone to go back to their own country when this country is meant to be as diverse as possible?

    • Posted by The Pale Sicilian, at Reply

      This country wasn’t meant to be diverse .

    • Posted by Alex Hanks, at Reply

      Scotland is in britan dumbass

    • Posted by Darth Vader, at Reply

      yeah white people get on your boats and go back where u came from

    • Posted by The Pale Sicilian, at Reply

      Sorry it was established by white people . not going anywhere . You can be the first to leave if you feel that way .

  4. Posted by Raiku Anime II, at Reply

    Liberals are ALWAYS trying to restrict our freedoms. When will you guys ever stop?

    • Posted by Ragnarok Sora, at Reply

      +Raiku Anime II Constitution said the right of bearing a firearm will not be infringe. Never said what type of firearms, or how could you aquire one.
      Everyone gets a hunting rifle only. Not technically violating anyones rights, unless you make your own gun.

    • Posted by Adrian Myers, at Reply

      Ragnarok Sora So the government can restrict our own phones or computers because it’s not in the 1st amendment?

    • Posted by Specific Nerpo, at Reply

      +Raiku Anime II Your past comments have shown you are a Nazi idiot

  5. Posted by spooder man the cuck slayer, at Reply

    “When a nation mistrusts its citizens with guns it is it sending a clear message. It no longer trusts its citizens because such a government has evil plans.”

    – George Washington

    • Posted by Chunk Oooger, at Reply

      “Kill all the infidels!”

      – Cenk Uygur

    • Posted by Farhan Ihram, at Reply

      “A well regulated Militia….” -Amendment II

      It doesn’t say how “well” it must be regulated but I think most America agree today’s regulation is not enough.

    • Posted by DeadFishFactory, at Reply

      “Well regulated” meant “well trained” back in the day.

    • Posted by Y2K, at Reply

      DeadFishFactory And there isn’t enough of either training or regulation.

  6. Posted by DefeatGlobalism, at Reply

    “Why America Will NEVER Have Real Gun Control”

    Um how about the Second Amendment you libcucks? My bad, I forgot liberals hate the Constitution.

    • Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

      +Adrian Myers​ the Japanese suicide rates have more to do with them having a culture that is extremely overworked and overstressed. The preferred method of suicide in Japan is typically tossing yourself off a cliff the majority of people who commit suicide here are not tossing themselves off of cliffs or buildings.

    • Posted by Adrian Myers, at Reply

      +rouge1ful The majority of suicides is by pulling the trigger which is about 50 percent of suicides in the states. The other 50 percent is hanging, poisoning, falling, and sometimes suicide by cops. If the suicidal person doesn’t have access to a firearm there are many other ways of getting the job done. Sadly I watched some poor 13 year old girl hung herself on live stream in her back yard. Mental health is a big problem.

  7. Posted by Ragnarok Sora, at Reply

    to all you triggered trumptards. surely you wouldnt mind me (a Muslim nativeborn American) to carry my ak47(2nd Amendment) in broad daylight.
    oooo the mental gymnastics on this one.

    • Posted by TheSwiftStar, at Reply

      Ragnarok Sora if i dress like a bank rober or ex president and go to a bank i would probably get arrested or worse. .or even better if i dress like the kkk (my favorite color is white) and give candy to black people . .probably die 2..not fair!.

    • Posted by Ragnarok Sora, at Reply

      How do you know what bank robbers wear? You could just were nothing. Usually bank robbers already have a gun pointing to the teller.

  8. Posted by BIGWORLD0074, at Reply

    White Culture really, it’s in their DNA

    • Posted by The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, at Reply

      Even though it’s blacks who are shooting each other at a high rate.

  9. Posted by Justin Mcdaniel, at Reply

    you know what would be a thousand times more effective than just trying to take away people’s guns Healthcare Mental Health Care actually dealing with people who are crazy

    • Posted by Jacob Sawtelle, at Reply

      Justin Mcdaniel that and making it so those crazy people cant get guns in the first place

    • Posted by AndroidDoctorr, at Reply

      lol you guys sound reasonable. Reason never drives American policy

    • Posted by Justin Mcdaniel, at Reply

      AndroidDoctorr I’ve got a question can you name any countries policies or political decisions that are made that are made for the interest of the elite and those in control of the actual culture I don’t know any country that bases its policies off of reason

    • Posted by AndroidDoctorr, at Reply

      Justin Mcdaniel well, the Iranian president is a self-described technocrat, and he seems pretty reasonable, so that’s something

    • Posted by Justin Mcdaniel, at Reply

      AndroidDoctorr what do you need mean by reasonable that seems like a pretty vague term

  10. Posted by Jacob Hutchison, at Reply

    Call me crazy but the more fascist and right-wing our government and police forces get, the less I advocate for more drastic gun control measures. Some are obviously reasonable and necessary. But that “well regulated militia” part of the 2nd amendment may become necessary sooner than we think. This is coming from a far leftist

    • Posted by Lady Catfish, at Reply

      Armed proletariat.. Yup.

    • Posted by Pablo Escobar, at Reply

      Jacob Hutchison The police presence in America is scary. Karl marx himself was a pro gun person. Gun control should be a lib vs autho debate instead of left right. This is coming from a far rightist.

  11. Posted by itzel varela, at Reply

    get back to Europe if you don’t like it you twat!!!

    • Posted by Gerardo Ocanas, at Reply

      itzel varela

    • Posted by itzel varela, at Reply

      Gerardo Ocanas you too​ go to live in Europe sucker

    • Posted by How Do Ya Like Me Now, Chucklehead?, at Reply

      +itzel varela
      Cause ‘Murica!!!

    • Posted by itzel varela, at Reply

      How Do Ya Like Me Now, Chucklehead? is part of the freedom of this land to own guns if people choose to if you want to impose your opinion and point of view over the rest that’s like a dictatorship

    • Posted by How Do Ya Like Me Now, Chucklehead?, at Reply

      +itzel varela
      TRANSLATION: Cause ‘Murica!!!

  12. Posted by k31than, at Reply

    So much for being home of the brave. Americans are so scared shitless they’d stockpile on rifles and ammo.

    • Posted by Jrsydvl2003, at Reply

      RedX165 How many brave people shot up schools, hospitals and bars?

    • Posted by RedX165, at Reply

      +Jrsydvl2003 How many brave people were killed in Paris?

    • Posted by Jrsydvl2003, at Reply

      RedX165 Do you want to compare gun deaths in Paris now? Or do you want to justify unregulated guns in the US?

  13. Posted by senta ukrai, at Reply

    Most gun owners are in favor of background checks, and many other common sense issues. But not for things like banning particular guns, magazines, forced modifications that restrict use, etc. as they defeat the purpose of the second amendment (which has nothing to do with hunting).
    Also regarding the militias, they are broken into segments, the state militia (typically state national guard), the “registered” militias, and the unregistered militia (every citizen over adult age), so to say that the right is limited to militias is just as misguided as many on both sides of the argument.

    • Posted by Ty Smith, at Reply

      My man.

    • Posted by irtwiaos, at Reply

      The amendment states a well organized militia. Doubt unregistered militias (basically the general public as you defined it’ are well organized. That would mean mandatory routine checks or report to an organized body that should have some ties to the government.

    • Posted by senta ukrai, at Reply

      Those checks would be consistent with the background checks (and training which varies by state) required by law for sale of a firearm. Again the well regulated militia is defined as the three segments combined into one complete citizen militia. The citizen milita can also be further defined as any citizen able to be drafted into service should the need arise.

    • Posted by irtwiaos, at Reply

      Fair enough, but obviously current law right now does not satisfy the well organized part as people can still get guns without training or background checks at gun shows. Basically universal background check and routine re licensing need to occur for it to be well organized for the broadest definition of a militia.

    • Posted by senta ukrai, at Reply

      Like i said, most gun owners (at least seventy to eighty percent according to some poles) are in favor of background checks and training requirements. Regarding gun show loop holes, those are private person transfers/sales of property (grey area), so they arent really being sold by licensed dealers, which is a tricky situation i will admit.
      Also carry permits depending on state are only valid for about three years at max. So do need to be re-done after expiring. My opinion, make all states follow the same laws…universal background checks and training, make carry permits valid nationally rather then state to state, and then re applying after a reasonable period of time 1-3 years.
      As to the banning of various firearms and magazines, thats a slippery slope which i dont personally support. I would be open to debating adding certain models to a second tier of certification (which already exists for fully automatic weaponry), rather then bans or restrictions. Same goes for forced modifications like the bullet button and “barrel break” AR laws that just recently passed in CA.

  14. Posted by Richard Alexander, at Reply

    I love you guys at TYT, and I’m very liberal in most areas, but, on guns I couldn’t disagree more. If a US citizen is not committing suicide, or a felony, our chances of being killed or injured by a firearm is hundreds of times less than by motor vehicle. More Innocent kids die on our roads every weekend than were killed at Sandy Hook, yet I see car adds showing wreck-less driving every time I turn on the TV. It’s all about control. Our gun culture is based on the knowledge that throughout history unarmed populations have not fared well. The United States will remain free if they have the option to say no to a unconstitutional government. If, or maybe I should say when there is civil unrest I want the option of exercising my right to defend myself, while the corporate democrats and far left have NO respect for that fundamental right. Our forefathers didn’t fight a six year war with England to preserve the right to rabbit hunt. Firearms were intended to protect our other rights. The potential for killing is what keeps us safe, not the use.

    • Posted by Richard Alexander, at Reply

      Switzerland was armed to the teeth, and was the only country in Europe that Germany left alone in WWII. btw, they’re still armed.
      We sent weapons to the UK at the time under lend lease, because they didn’t have any and were about to pay dearly if invaded.

    • Posted by irtwiaos, at Reply

      Yes it can’t be ignored but it also not a situation that can’t be dealt with effectively. The weapons and guns the army possesses is way deadly and potent than what is available in the market today. You may win a battle but never a war.

    • Posted by walt lock, at Reply

      +irtwiaos – Tell that to the people of Afghanistan or Vietnam. Defeating an armed populace is difficult…

  15. Posted by Andrew Devine, at Reply

    Pro gun people. You like guns because they are fun. They make you feel like a big man. A cowboy. Kids like to play with guns. It’s nice to feel you can shoot someone if they look at you the wrong way. It’s empowering. Just don’t pretend it’s a moral or logical position. Because it isn’t.

    • Posted by John Dominy, at Reply

      Snakey did you just use the atlantic to call someone a right wing terrorist?

    • Posted by John Dominy, at Reply

      Also based on your description of his abilities with a firearm, Id say you are jealous, aw does someone wish they had an M4 they could tug that trigger of? lol

    • Posted by John Dominy, at Reply

      RyanASich, Id also argue the FBI and ATF and other agencies are not hell bent on removing guns whole heartedly, one can always look to their statistics and find factual info that runs a serious risk to the anti gunner propaganda movement.

    • Posted by John Dominy, at Reply

      And Snakey you can keep hoping. even if he was it would affect anything, we have governors that get thrown on the terror watch list that arent affected one bit by it.

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  16. Posted by streglof, at Reply

    “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

    I wonder how many gun owners are actually part of a well regulated militia at all…

    • Posted by Cameron Hargreaves, at Reply

      It works for every other western country lmao

    • Posted by jcornejo1031, at Reply

      Cameron Hargreaves like France?

    • Posted by Cameron Hargreaves, at Reply

      Yes, as well as Germany, the UK and all those. May I remind you that more Americans die by gun crime each week than have died in the worse terror attacks that have hit France? There were over 11,000 homicides by firearms in the US in 2013, which means France would need to suffer nearly 2 Paris Attacks a week for a whole year to match those deaths. Yes if some of the viewers at the Bataclan had firearms, they could have stopped a lot of the deaths. However, I don’t think many other countries are envious of your 11,000+ gun-related murders annually.

    • Posted by jcornejo1031, at Reply

      Cameron Hargreaves Many of those are gang-related and justified homicides that are included. Firearms time and time again have prevented criminals from attacking. There is no way of getting rid of murder, but as gun ownership has gone up the murder rate has decreased

  17. Posted by Jordan Coverson, at Reply

    He keeps going back to this statement that the only purpose of guns is to kill. No!

    Other than hunting, rational, law abiding gun owners have them for the purpose of defense. The very last thing I want to have to do is shoot someone with one of my guns. My gun will be taken from me, I will have to go through criminal and civil litigation, and there’s the chance I may kill someone. I do not want to do that. I say “may kill someone” because getting shot does not mean you are going to die, especially from a hand gun.

    He is right though, that censoring he middle finger is absurd.

    • Posted by Damien MB, at Reply

      Except guns are used for defense BECAUSE they’re specialized killing tools. If they weren’t made to at least incapacitate other beings they would be pointless, don’t you think?

    • Posted by Jordan Coverson, at Reply

      +Fucker Carlson
      Be sure to remember this debate if you or someone you love, ever become a victim to a crime where a firearm would have been the most effective defensive tool.

    • Posted by Jordan Coverson, at Reply

      +Allan Johansen
      Actually, the safety rule you are referring to is, don’t point your weapon at something you are not willing to destroy…same difference though.

      And yes…if one is going to use a gun for self defense, then they must accept that the end result may be the death of their assailant. I would argue that is a better outcome than the death of the victim.

      The purpose of a gun, depends on its platform (e.i. pistol, shotgun, rifle)

    • Posted by Jordan Coverson, at Reply

      +Patriot Nations

    • Posted by Jordan Coverson, at Reply

      +Damien MB​
      I don’t think you know enough about firearms to say that. A pistol is not the same as a rifle, and neither is the same as a shotgun. They all opperate differently, fire different ammunition, and are made for different purposes.

      The closest thing to a “specialized killing tool” as you call it, would be an AR style rifle. Those however account for the vast minority of firearm relates deaths.

      Handguns, which account for the vast majority of firearm related deaths, are purpose built to be defensive, as the different types of ammunition they use are ballisticly deficient. They are however widely used by criminals to commit crime, because they are cheap and concealable.