MDA and MAIG Lie About Gun Deaths in Schools to FurtherTheir Gun Banning Agenda


You are more likely to die because of the bike part then the gun part

Freddy’s Note:
In the pro-gun or anti-gun debate, there is no bigger group of liars then the Mike Bloomberg sponsored Mayors Against Guns or the Mothers Demand Action groups.  Their paid spokesperson, Shannon Watts is a professional liar. They twist every store about guns to further their goal of banning all guns. Lately they have been yelling to everyone that will listen that Kids are Dying in Schools, Bla Bla,Bla. Total lies and garbage. This new study refutes their liars and says Kids are much more likely to die in a bicycle accident then by a gun.

MDA and MAIG are Liars
Responding to a recent report that Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (MDA) and Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG) conducted about the dangers of guns in public schools, Northeastern University criminologist James Alan Fox said the annual risk of gun-related death in school is “well below one in two million,” and “many times more youngsters are killed annually in bicycle accidents.”

Because of this, Fox said he “trusts [MDA and MAIG] would support a national helmet law as quickly as a gun restriction.”

According to USA Today, the report by MDA and MAIG claims “44 shootings” took place in schools since the heinous crime at Sandy Hook Elementary in December 2012. Rather than argue with that figure, Fox shows that it is “lower than two decades ago when gang violence was especially problematic at school settings.”

In other words, there is a downward trend.

And because of this trend, Fox warned that coating schools with cameras and metal detectors and practicing lockdown drills “not only fail to prevent some teenager or adult determined to wreak havoc on innocent children and their dedicated teachers, but they send the wrong and excessively scary message concerning the risk.”

Fox has been studying “mass shootings” since the 1980s. Following Sandy Hook, he said, “There is no pattern, there is no increase.” He said such attacks seem prevalent because of the amount of media attention given them.

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