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    1. @j rich my nephew turned 18 and he just bought a gun for protection, he is also practicing hunting deer with his dad

    2. @Pastor Yoda the last thing I think about is a need a gun for protection, but I am lucky living in a country where people cant buy guns, as for shooting deer, great as long as it isn’t something that would rip it in two.

  1. “DAMN THOSE HOSPITAL DOORS! A hospital must NEED just the emergency door and that’s it” Cancun Cruz. 2022.

    1. @Big Iron Coachworks When you are not knowledgeable of God’s Word and His anointing, you will not recognize a man or woman of God walking in the high level of authority that I do.

      Please hold back your tongue from speaking evil against me. You are not cursing me. You are cursing the anointing.

      Repent NOW so that God may have mercy on you.

    2. @MIchael Beavis well I guess I should expect incredible hubris from any man that places himself equal to God himself, lol.

  2. Thoughts and prayers to the senators, thoughts do something, prayers that you don’t win reelection.

    1. @A A Actually common observation is the best information. Seriously we have a failing administration, a economy that was good a few years back, a society where morals, values, and common sense is Seriously lacking, mental illness is overlooked and people going on shooting spree’s just for the hell of it. It doesn’t take any bias news agency to tell me that. Not sure if you believe in a God or not and Actually thats your choice. I personally do believe in God. And society, government, schools and so many other things have done their damest to remove God from society. But yet people are so shocked everytime there’s a tragedy. Society overlooks there is good and evil in this world. I’ll say this, looks like evil is claiming its share and than some. And you’ll never hear or learn that from any news agency.

    1. was the gunmen a doctor or a nurse ? The report is not clear at all , was it a random shooting ? Was it a doctor ? Was the suspect known ?

    2. 2096 will see very few ( and I mean a few hundred thousand ) living human beings on this planet. They will, ( WE will ) literally be nearly extinct but that will be intentional. But things on this planet will be a HELL of a lot better. Not just for the plants and animals & the ecosystem but for those few thousand human beings. Who will have learned from all of US today btw, exactly what NOT to with their lives and the planet which supports them.

  3. This cop is making sure everyone knows he and his guys took EVERY action necessary to not become the next PD shitshow over an active shooter

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  4. The way things are going , all schools and hospitals should display signs saying.
    “In the event of a mass shooting, our thoughts and prayers will be with you”.

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  5. I have to say, that the Captain was Very well spoken, professional, clear and concise, and he Clearly laid out what happened, the casualties, and what the next steps are going forward.

    He couldn’t reveal everything, but he explained very clearly Why that was, and gave what information he could at the present time.

    Well done.

    1. was the gunmen a doctor or a nurse ? The report is not clear at all , was it a random shooting ? Was it a doctor ? Was the suspect known ? It was not too long ago when you had a doctor in Canada drive around a RCMP car while on a rampage , I’m not sure if it was a random shooting or if it was a doctor or nurse on a rampage

    2. @Cave Whitey alright then join and make a difference instead of being a keyboard warrior.

  6. First training I received when I was accepted to work at a college in the United States was what to do if there is an active shooter. It wasn’t about how to build a schedule; it wasn’t about the curriculum that would best benefit the course. It was what I need to do as a person of authority if an active shooter enters the campus grounds. I have also worked in a school in another country and the first training I received there was what to do to combine my lesson plan with the teacher that was departing. The gravity of that contrast has not been lost on me. I wonder how many other places now in this country receive active shooter training as a top priority….

    1. @surai143 I guess it’s best to check out the doctor and make sure he’s not a screw up.

  7. Only a coward would take care of a beef in this manner which is obvious, since he also killed himself. Yes, let us not become numb to the killing! Any life lost is unacceptable

    1. @ursaltydog If we could get anything to change, just something, anything… but we keep trying this “more guns” thing on repeat. It’s not working. Trying anything else would be a refreshing approach.

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  8. I am South Korean and whenever I see these kind of mass shooting incidents in the states, it is so surprising. In the US, even people with mental problem can buy AR so easily. Within a week I’ve seen 3 mass shooting incident news in the US and there were hundreds of mass shooting incidents in the past couple of years. But nothing have changed. I know Gun lobby in the states is extremely strong and I have no right to interfere to the US society but US citizens should do something for real. I think people should consider this as much serious as the BLM movement. Politicians are not letting their power and just watching innocent citizens die. I am very much thankful that I don’t have to worry about dying all of a sudden because of gun shooting. I can pretty much walk everywhere at anytime in SK without any concern of danger. I feel thankful for that and I think this should be same to the US people as well.

  9. I’m an RN from Tulsa, OK. I’ve worked at SFH and taught nursing school there for a baccalaureate program. I’ve been to the Natalie Warren Building as a patient.
    I thank God….NOT today.
    🙏🏻🙏🏻💔for the victims! 😭

    1. Wow. Way to twist and manipulate a trageic incident like this into a story about you being, victimized??

    2. Literally 90% of your comment is trying to make the shooting somehow about YOU lol. I hope you’re proud of yourself for “surviving”.

  10. Come on guys, let’s send our super thoughts and prayers this time. Let’s throw in a little hymn as well😎🙏

    1. My thoughts and prayers are with the families. Unfortunately there’s not a law that would of prevented a lot of these shootings. The majority either purchased their firearm legally or illegally obtained it through a straw purchase.
      Las Vegas 2017: Shooter purchased his firearms from a gun dealer (where background checks are already required).

      Orlando 2016: Shooter purchased his firearms from a gun dealer.

      Virginia Tech 2007: Shooter purchased his firearms from a gun dealer.

      Sandy Hook 2012: Shooter stole his firearms.

      Sutherland Springs 2017: Shooter purchased his firearm from a gun dealer. He had a criminal record and the background check system failed to stop him (the same system that would be used for private transfers).

      Parkland 2018: Shooter purchased firearm from a gun dealer.

      San Bernardino 2017: Shooters’ firearms were “straw-purchased” by someone else.

      Fort Hood 2009: Shooter purchased firearm from a gun dealer.

      Columbine 1999: Shooters’ guns were straw-purchased for them by someone else.

      Thousand Oaks 2018: Shooter purchased firearm legally with a background check.

      Navy Yard 2013: Shooter purchased firearm from a gun dealer.

      Aurora 2012: Shooter purchased firearms from a gun dealer.

  11. he seemed really quick to jump on the guns thingg
    “he had an assult rifle and pistol… “YES. yes he did”

  12. “Making things less bad” so instead 18 gunned down kids we might have what, 10? It’s not an issue about police response time….. it’s baffling to see Americans willingly miss the point

    1. Yeah that was sandpaper to my ears too. Especially the next line of “I know that makes me sound horrible” because the tone wasn’t one of regret but one of “…but I’m totally right, right!”

  13. “The shooting suddenly stopped. So we declared it a hostage situation” Oh wait, wrong mass shooting

  14. This is a mile from my mom. My brother-in-law was stuck in traffic going to pick up my niece from preschool. I am SO SO SICK OF THESE SHOOTINGS.

    1. @Sina Bagheri Sarvestani it was a man who just had surgery and was seeking pain killers they wouldn’t provide

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  15. Only safe place is in our own homes, not allowing others into it! It’s a sad reality, but minute u leave your home…..IN DANGER!

  16. Motive was his pain after a back surgical procedure that left him in unbearable pain so he went to kill the doctor. How horrific..

    1. Well jeez. Been in that state now for over 50 years. Still never shot anyone. So that’s his excuse. Coulda saved everybody so much grief. Skip the middle, go straight to the end & just take himself out.

  17. sending prayers&love excluding that killer noone cares but too all the that Real victims&there families were soso sorry for your lost may they all Rip🙏💔🙏☹️🌹😤

  18. Out of all the recent mass shootings this one I can understand. I’m not justifying his actions. I have lived with severe chronic pain or 20+ years, doctors can be dismissive to downright nasty, especially to a Black people who claims to have pain. Doctors assume you’re looking for pain medicine. I stopped accepting any narcotic pain medicine many years ago partly for that reason. I refuse to get addicted and I will not be accused of drug seeking behavior. (still doctors are dismissive all the way to nasty when I see them about my pain). Pain can make you a different person. People treat you differently because they think you have an attitude when you’re really just having pain. Did the doctor show compassion? I personally would never hurt anyone, even on my worst pain day but I have wished that karma would punish the people who have treated me badly when I was just asking for help.

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