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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an organization that had fervently sought increased taxpayer funding for “gun violence research,” has recently published a report that brings forth significant implications. In an unexpected turn of events, the report points to a decrease in firearm-related homicides during the year 2022. This revelation holds particular significance considering that 2022 occurred during the zenith of a 50-month period in which the American public witnessed a substantial surge in firearm purchases, largely attributed to events such as the pandemic and the George Floyd Summer of Love.
The contradiction between this data and the prevalent belief that more firearms translate into a higher mortality rate is nothing short of perplexing.
January 23, 2024
CDC Baffled by Firearm-Related Death Rate
To be fair, I don’t think the CDC is baffled by their own reports. To a great number of people facts are irrelevant to their beliefs. And nearly all the other anti-gun people have nearly zero interest in the current firearm-related death rate. They want guns banned BFYTW.