Firearms Policy Expert: Oregon Massacre Proves Gun Free Zones Don’t Work


Many members of the United States press are anxiously awaiting the appearance of President Barack Obama at the memorial service — or rally for gun control — being held for the victims of the still mysterious mass shooter at a community college in Oregon. Not even a few hours went by after the murders when President Obama gave a televised address to the American people in which he — his own words — politicized the shocking incident. As usual, Obama and his minions and sycophants blamed the gun used by the mass-murderer instead of the contributing factors.
An expert in guns, gun policy and gun laws, John Snyder, pointed out that the community college targeted by the 26-year-old shooter was known to everyone a facility that prohibited firearms on campus “Gun free zones are for the birds.”Snyder said. “Trump gets this and we ought to support his candidacy.”

“Gun rights folks have been blasting gun free zones for years,” Snyder added. “The mass shootings at the Umpqua Community College in Oregon [proves] how nuts gun free zones really are. The anti-gun policy in Oregon prevented any lawful armed citizen from stopping the killing. One teacher with one gun could have cut the carnage.”

Snyder serves on the advisory boards for two large police organizations: the National Association of Chiefs of Police and the American Federation of Police and Concerned Citizens. In the past, he served as an NRA magazine editor and as an official of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, as well as the Second Amendment Foundation.
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