Photo Found Linking Trump With Florida Shootings, All H*ll Breaks Loose at White House
Early last year, not long after the inauguration of Donald Trump, the new president was eager to get to work doing two things: Making a name for himself in the office, and undoing everything good that Barack Obama did in his eight years in office. That wasn’t the “official” mission, of course. No president would declare that they just want to be a dick like that.
But over the course of the past year, it’s become apparent that this was the goal all along. We know that now because of the seemingly endless litany of items he’s repealed, overturned, signed in different forms, and simply ignored.
And now we can clearly see that not only was this his aim, but that he knew it was terrible.
On the last day of February 2017, Donald Trump signed House Joint Resolution 40, a bill that was written by NRA lobbyists that — now, follow along here, because I know you’ll remember having heard about it — made it easier for “the mentally ill” to get guns.
It was memed almost immediately. It was mocked. It was among the first of many, many stupid things that Donald Trump and his administration have done since then. But it may have been the worst of all of them. Yes, he signed legislation that allowed coal mining companies to dump waste into streams and waterways. Yes, he signed a tax bill that undercuts the very mechanism that makes our health care system work.
But read that again, slowly: Donald Trump signed a bill that made it easier for the mentally ill to get guns.
After it was signed, the NRA rejoiced:
“Today marks a new era for law-abiding gun owners, as we have now have a president who respects and supports our right to keep and bear arms.”
They said it would allow more people to legally own guns — never mind the fact that the only people barred from getting them under the Obama-era rule that never got a chance to really take effect were barred “as a result of marked subnormal intelligence, or mental illness, incompetency, condition or disease to be a danger to himself or to others, or who lacks the mental capacity to contract or manage his or her own affairs.”
And guess which bill there are ZERO pictures of Donald Trump signing that have been made public.
A White House photographer confirmed to CBS News that there are photos of the bill signing, but they won’t be seen unless the White House releases them.
White House refused to release photo of Trump signing bill to weaken gun law
Nearly a year ago, Trump signed a bill that made it easier for people with mental illness to obtain guns. CBS News asked for a photo of the signing
So many signs that the Florida shooter was mentally disturbed, even expelled from school for bad and erratic behavior. Neighbors and classmates knew he was a big problem. Must always report such instances to authorities, again and again!