The constant claim from gun control activists is that “mass shootings don’t happen in any other developed country.” Which is strange, because Mexico is fairly developed and they have mass shootings on a regular basis. I guess only “proper” developed countries count, places like France, Germany and England. Speaking of England, something happened Saturday afternoon that directly contradicts the President’s statements on the matter: there was a mass shooting . . .
From the BBC:
Four men were taken to hospital with bullet wounds to their legs after an incident in Birmingham city centre.
Police said they were called to the Costcutter shop in Great Hampton Row on Saturday afternoon.
Three men remain in hospital for treatment for their injuries, which are not thought to be life-threatening.
According to ShootingTracker, the agitprop propagating site that’s constantly being referenced by mainstream media, any incident in which four or more people are injured and a firearm is involved is considered a “mass shooting” these days. By those standards, this incident in Blighty qualifies as a 100% bona fide mass shooting. QED, the US isn’t the only “developed” country where mass shootings happen. And even some of the strictest gun control laws in the world doesn’t prevent them.
Or would they like to revise their definitions to fit their agenda once again?