You should read the bible. I by no means some fundementalist, in fact i struggle to call myself a christian, but the bible is a good book and you get a much better understanding of it and it teachings reading it yourself than some hack on a stage cherry pick a few verses out of context to justify their own hate. Context matters people!.
The group offered a wide variety of suggestions bolster school security, drill students on what to do during a shooting and raise the age at which someone can buy an assault rifle but in the end, the president remained focused on the solution he often proposes after a mass shooting: increasing the number of people with guns so they can quickly stop shooters with lethal force.”If the coach had a firearm in his locker, when he ran at this guy that coach was very brave, saved a lot of lives, I suspect but if he had a firearm, he wouldn’t have had to run,” Trump said, referring to Aaron Feis, an assistant football coach and security guard who was one of 17 people killed by a gunman last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida. “He would have shot, and that would have been the end of it.”The 70 minute listening session with students, parents and teachers at the White House was a remarkable event with participants’ raw emotions often on display at one point, a student openly sobbed after he spoke, his head down as he wiped away tears and those around him rubbed his back.By hosting the event, Trump signaled he wants to take ownership of addressing the vexing problem of gun violence at American schools. As one parent after another, one student after another, publicly pleaded with Trump to find a solution, the pressure mounted on the president to show that he can move Washington to act on an issue it has failed to confront despite the frequency of mass shootings in recent years.”We’re going to do something about this horrible situation that’s going on,” Trump said.
“Your actions as set forth in the report clearly constitute conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in the game of professional football,” Vincent wrote to Brady, according to the league’s announcement. “The integrity of the game is of paramount importance to everyone in our league, and requires unshakable commitment to fairness and compliance with the playing rules. Each player, no matter how accomplished and otherwise respected, has an obligation to comply with the rules and must be held accountable for his actions when those rules are violated and the public’s confidence in the game is called into question.”.