Gun Control proponents will hate these stats….

More gun control means using both hands.
-sign in Brownsburg, IN-

This whole gun control crap in Washington D.C., is nothing more than another attempt of the government taking more control over the American people. I say this because if they were really interested in the safety of children, and the safety of the American people they would look at the statistics in the states where they have almost complete control of people and guns, and see it isn’t working at all.

I have some of those stats, though, since this blog doesn’t reach enough people, to do much good, I will continue to plug along hoping that it becomes big enough to do some good. Even though most liberals like Obama, Reid and Pelosi wouldn’t know the truth if it hit them right between the eyes…….unless the truth helped their agenda. This truth on gun control, does not.

From Firearms statistics that gun control advocates don’t want to see comes this article, which I did link here for you who will not believe what I have here in this blog post:

To accompany TheBlaze’s coverage of the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Houston, we figured it could be helpful to share some gun statistics pointed out to us by some of the NRA Convention attendees. Forget the talking points used by both sides in the gun control debate; we’re going to be talking about verified statistics.

Gun control advocates be advised, these are not the statistics you are looking for.

According to data from the FBI’s uniform crime reports, California had the highest number of gun murders in 2011 with 1,220 — which makes up 68 percent of all murders in the state that year and equates to 3.25 murders per 100,000 people.

The irony of such a grisly distinction is evident when you look at which state was named the state with the strongest gun control laws in 2011 by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. You guessed it — it was California.

“What is very unusual is that California also has a program by which we can remove guns, recover guns from people who have a gun and then subsequently become prohibited or dangerous,” Brady Campaign spokeswoman Amanda Wilcox said at the time.

It should be noted, though, that California is also one of the biggest states in the country, with a population of about about 37 million. Therefore, it might make sense that it would have a high number of murders but its murder rate is still high as gun control has had a seemingly inconsequential impact. In comparison, Texas has a population of about 25.6 million and saw 699 total gun murders in 2011 — nearly half that of California — and a firearms murder rate of 2.91 per 100,000.

In 2011, Utah, the state that the Brady Campaign determined had the least gun control, experienced just 26 gun murders and a firearms murder rate of 0.97. Utah has a population 2.8 million.

But if you look at the data another way — murders per 100,000 people — another gun control haven tops the list.

The FBI data also notes that Washington, D.C. had the highest murder rate per 100,000 people. The nation’s capital saw 12 gun murders per 100,000 in 2011. DC also finished first in gun-related robberies per 100,000 people – with 242.56.

In 1976, the District of Columbia required all guns be registered, banned new handguns and required guns at home to be stored and dissembled or locked up. Unfortunately, the draconian measures — which lasted more than three decades — didn’t had the desired effect.

Journalist and attorney Jeffrey Scott Shapiro explains the not-so-surprising result in an op-ed published in the Wall Street Journal on Jan. 15, 2013:

The gun ban had an unintended effect: It emboldened criminals because they knew that law-abiding District residents were unarmed and powerless to defend themselves. Violent crime increased after the law was enacted, with homicides rising to 369 in 1988, from 188 in 1976 when the ban started. By 1993, annual homicides had reached 454.

Most of the Gun Control states are the worst when it comes to gun crimes

Most of the Gun Control states are the worst when it comes to gun crimes

Since the gun ban was struck down, murders in the District have steadily gone down, from 186 in 2008 to 88 in 2012, the lowest number since the law was enacted in 1976.

Though it should be noted that the gun murders started decreasing in 1994.

Today, Washington, D.C. still has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. And yet again, the gun murder rate remains dramatically high, the highest in the United States in fact.

So, do the numbers indicate that gun control is the answer to gun violence? You decide.

So, you see folks, if you would just look at the stats, and see that gun control really doesn’t work and that it is nothing more than a ploy by the government under Obama, Reid and Pelosi to take more control over us the people, then this would suddenly become a NON ISSUE. Simple as that folks. Simple as that.

God Bless America
God Bless her troops, where ever they may be
God Bless us every one….


About Robert P. Garding

I am a Reagan Conservative, who is very alarmed at the Liberals who have just lost their majority over our government, but continue to act like it never happened. They have to be stopped. NOW or even sooner.
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2 Responses to Gun Control proponents will hate these stats….

  1. Tom says:

    There are many statistics that are ignored by the gun banning crowd, so they make up their own to suit their purposes

  2. LD Jackson says:

    Ah, another conveyor of the inconvenient truth about gun control. The liberal advocates of gun control can’t stand it when the facts don’t support their attempts to circumvent and negate the 2nd Amendment. The truth sets us free, but it also hurts those who refuse to acknowledge it.
    reply from Wise Conservatism: Don’t you just love it how the inconvenient truth sends them into fits of apoplexy? I know I do.

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