Shock value over helpful information
Soft target, hard pass
And don’t let go.
“My goal is at least 20 people.”
I suppose nobody will bother shooting at an empty school, but…
“…the riot has now engulfed the boys who were once content to play with chemistry sets in the basement.”
“The bottom line was that they were prepared.”
And he built it himself
Seriously? In New Hampshire?
No one wanted to see what was there to see
An exchange student? There’s a different twist
The system still worked
So much for school safety. This was about politics
Question: Is your kid’s school among them?
Of course, you wouldn’t know this from the press coverage
“Some of the injuries are critical.”
That should solve everything
“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat, stretched out on the sidewalk as part of a ‘lie-in’ with students…”
Will anyone notice?
Yes, this should solve everything quite nicely
This isn’t a one size fits all problem, guys
Holding the line
Irony on top of irony
The Sheriff is suffering from a lot of memory loss all of a sudden
Somebody doctored an email… but who?
He said, he said, they said
Going faster than free bacon
“You’re either with us or against us.”
“Hey, Chuck! Hey, Chuck! Let me tell you something…”
When was the ball dropped?
“…very sad something like that could happen.”
“Everytown has long inflated its total by including incidents of gunfire that are not really school shootings.”
“Must always report such instances to authorities, again and again!”
“I’m going to be a professional school shooter.”
“The physical evidence seems to support that it was discharged from within the backpack.”
“…the victims — a 15-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl — were transported to a local hospital.”
“Rodgers said the bullets started flying as kids were heading to classes.”
“two students and one teacher were injured at the campus”
It’s come to this
You probably didn’t know that a liquor store qualifies as “a school”
“…the use of a private email system to conduct official business added an increased degree of risk”
“I say it with great sadness.”