I found this, from the CDC, interesting:
Unintentional fall deaths
- Number of deaths: 31,959
- Deaths per 100,000 population: 10.0
Motor vehicle traffic deaths
- Number of deaths: 35,398
- Deaths per 100,000 population: 11.1
Unintentional poisoning deaths
- Number of deaths: 38,851
- Deaths per 100,000 population: 12.3
And from another CDC page:
- Number of deaths: 10,945
- Deaths per 100,000 population: 3.4
So, the average resident of the United States is about three times more likely to die from an unintentional fall, motor vehicle traffic accident, or unintentional poisoning than to be killed, including JUSTIFIABLE homicide, by someone with a firearm.
Hence, the science is settled. If Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton, and others were really interested in saving lives they would spend their money and political capital on banning ladders, stairs, cars, and household chemicals instead of guns. And since they are not their real objective is something other than saving lives.
So, what is the real reason they continue to advocate for infringing upon our specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms? And what are we going to do about it?