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Malevolence can’t be defeated by protests


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By Peter Lemiska at Renew America

The whole country is still mourning the loss of young lives at the hands of another mass murderer and feels only the most profound compassion for the survivors.

But the liberal media apparently found a way to capitalize on another catastrophe. Either that or they honestly believe that this one somehow imbued the survivors with the solution to a problem that has confounded sociologists, psychologists, lawmakers, and law enforcement professionals for decades.

Within days of the massacre, CNN televised a “town hall meeting,” filled with survivors, family members and others touched by the tragedy. After that, there was a flurry of appearances on news and on talk shows, where manipulative reporters and celebrities sympathetically extracted the obvious solution to school shootings from those traumatized kids. The predictable attacks on the NRA and gun laws left their liberal interviewers with an almost palpable sense of satisfaction.

But the solution is neither simple nor obvious.

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