When progressives are done screaming for more gun control over the illegally obtained weapons used in the STEM school shooting, perhaps they’ll turn their attention to the southern border where the father of one of the shooters illegally crossed into the country at least twice.
But they won’t let this become an illegal immigration issue because that goes against their narrative.
Suspected shooter Alec McKinney, 16, posted a Tweet 10 days before the shooting about missing his father, Jose Evis Quintana, 33, who was deported in 2017.
Back story. https://t.co/7g6faoTpXh
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) May 11, 2019
Somewhere, there’s a leftist who reads this information and thinks, “See, if we’d just stop deporting violent illegal immigrants we can reduce school shootings.”
This is how the left often thinks, folks, and it’s not going to change until we hammer home the points. We have the truth on our side, as our EIC often says, so let’s stop being apoplectic over the unfairness of it all and stick with promoting the truth to the people.
It will eventually have an impact. I promise.
As long as the porous southern border encourages criminals to enter and re-enter the country, we’re not going to be a truly sovereign nation.
“Wow. Father of one of the STEM murderers has a long rap sheet including domestic violence and weapons charges. But gun control advocates say we can’t talk about what happens in the home or mental health.” – Dana Loesch
You’d be hard-pressed to find American sources in mainstream media willing to even point out this tidbit of information that goes against their narrative. But we must keep hammering the issue. It’s real whether they like it or not.