In the aftermath of any fatal shooting, it’s easier to place blame then to actually come up with any real meaningful solutions. The media and the politicians running for office love it.
Why? It allows them to talk and make it appear that they are doing something positive when in reality they aren’t doing a single thing to solve the problem.
Instead, in the weeks following the deadly shootings in El Paso and Dayton we’ve gotten more of the same. Democrats and the media have blamed the NRA, talked endlessly about the need for more stringent control laws and how President Trump’s rhetoric is to blame for those killed.
Julian Castro put out a 30-second ad in which he places the blame for the dead solely on the shoulders and words of President Trump.
— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) August 13, 2019