One Deadly Weekend in America

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The stories of several young people who were shot by friends, enemies, or the law and the aftermath that ensued.

I couldnt watch this to the end. I found it too harrowing. The doc recounts the events of a murderous weekend in 2017 and recounts the various stories of the people involved. None of the deaths were linked to criminality. A fight over drugs, or a gun going off accidentally a drunken row, a road rage incident. Stuff that is generally sorted with a few punches in more civilised societies.
The only things that seemed to unite these kids were that they were young, working class and had easy access to guns.

Two of the strongest scenes. A father who calls his dead sons phone even though he knows he wont answer.
And an old chap advising the youth who has just shot his best friend.

"Son the police are coming, and if you dont put that gun down they will kill you when they get here".

United States of Dystopia.
 

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It's not the guns fault that we as a society are failures. It wasn't always this way, and it doesn't have to be this way now. But until we start caring about MORE than money, more than ANYTHING else on this earth, it will continue.
 

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Senseless deaths are a way of life in Democrat run cities. And if you think it's bad now, just wait till these (enlightened?) assholes replace their cops with a social worker brigade of Mr. Rogers. Democrats are dangerous to law abiding Americans and a Biden Presidency will assure that bloody weekends are the norm.
 

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One of Tainted Tommy's biggest issues is that he knows very, very, very little about America, and is solidly bound to the degenerate ideology against which the great men who founded this nation rebelled in order to do so; and yet he feels qualified to preach to us about how we should run our country.

And part of his problem is that much of what he thinks about America comes from absurd left wrong-wing propaganda pieces such as the one described at the link in his OP.

Americans do not answer to British filth. We fought two wars to establish this. If it were to become necessary to fight a third war, the U.S. now has the capability to completely wipe the UK out of existence.

Tainted Tommy would do well to stop worrying about a far superior nation to his, on the opposite side of the world from him, about which he knows nothing, and to worry instead about the very real problems all around him, in his own worthless shithole of a nation; many of which are the near-direct consequences of his own nation being run in the manner that he thinks we Americans should run our nation.
 

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The stories of several young people who were shot by friends, enemies, or the law and the aftermath that ensued.

I couldnt watch this to the end. I found it too harrowing. The doc recounts the events of a murderous weekend in 2017 and recounts the various stories of the people involved. None of the deaths were linked to criminality. A fight over drugs, or a gun going off accidentally a drunken row, a road rage incident. Stuff that is generally sorted with a few punches in more civilised societies.
The only things that seemed to unite these kids were that they were young, working class and had easy access to guns.

Two of the strongest scenes. A father who calls his dead sons phone even though he knows he wont answer.
And an old chap advising the youth who has just shot his best friend.

"Son the police are coming, and if you dont put that gun down they will kill you when they get here".

United States of Dystopia.

Sorry the movie was so bad that you couldn't make it to the end. Thanks for warning us not worth watching.
 

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The stories of several young people who were shot by friends, enemies, or the law and the aftermath that ensued.

I couldnt watch this to the end. I found it too harrowing. The doc recounts the events of a murderous weekend in 2017 and recounts the various stories of the people involved. None of the deaths were linked to criminality. A fight over drugs, or a gun going off accidentally a drunken row, a road rage incident. Stuff that is generally sorted with a few punches in more civilised societies.
The only things that seemed to unite these kids were that they were young, working class and had easy access to guns.

Two of the strongest scenes. A father who calls his dead sons phone even though he knows he wont answer.
And an old chap advising the youth who has just shot his best friend.

"Son the police are coming, and if you dont put that gun down they will kill you when they get here".

United States of Dystopia.
.....blacks murder 8 blacks every DAY per average[ sometimes more ] --4 times the rate of whites--did you know that?
..not including non-death shootings!
 

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The stories of several young people who were shot by friends, enemies, or the law and the aftermath that ensued.

I couldnt watch this to the end. I found it too harrowing. The doc recounts the events of a murderous weekend in 2017 and recounts the various stories of the people involved. None of the deaths were linked to criminality. A fight over drugs, or a gun going off accidentally a drunken row, a road rage incident. Stuff that is generally sorted with a few punches in more civilised societies.
The only things that seemed to unite these kids were that they were young, working class and had easy access to guns.

Two of the strongest scenes. A father who calls his dead sons phone even though he knows he wont answer.
And an old chap advising the youth who has just shot his best friend.

"Son the police are coming, and if you dont put that gun down they will kill you when they get here".

United States of Dystopia.
You were careful not to mention where this happened, our liberal blu states/cities are nothing but dystopian where this stuff happens all the time that is why the need to remove them is so urgent...this does not happen where there is an absence of left wing politics
 
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The stories of several young people who were shot by friends, enemies, or the law and the aftermath that ensued.

I couldnt watch this to the end. I found it too harrowing. The doc recounts the events of a murderous weekend in 2017 and recounts the various stories of the people involved. None of the deaths were linked to criminality. A fight over drugs, or a gun going off accidentally a drunken row, a road rage incident. Stuff that is generally sorted with a few punches in more civilised societies.
The only things that seemed to unite these kids were that they were young, working class and had easy access to guns.

Two of the strongest scenes. A father who calls his dead sons phone even though he knows he wont answer.
And an old chap advising the youth who has just shot his best friend.

"Son the police are coming, and if you dont put that gun down they will kill you when they get here".

United States of Dystopia.
You were careful not to mention where this happened, our liberal blu states/cities are nothing but dystopian where this stuff happens all the time that is why the need to remove them is so urgent...this does not happen where there is an absence of left wing politics
It was nationwide Frank. Mainly suburban "small town" America, rural and all that. They didnt tell us who ran the state. California was one, Oklahoma and Texas were others and the young girl came from down south somewhere but dont know where.
 

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It was nationwide Frank. Mainly suburban "small town" America, rural and all that. They didnt tell us who ran the state. California was one, Oklahoma and Texas were others and the young girl came from down south somewhere but dont know where.
Nationwide just means there are blue states and cities around the country, and claiming these are small town rural america misses the much larger and dystopian blue societies where these things occur along side this countries most restrictive gun laws which is why you had such a sample size of death that was much smaller than european weekends...and none of these evidence of gun violence crimes ever contains the NRA which as you know is heavily armed and virtually 100% safe...even michael moore and some of his sycophants here have admitted that if deer knew how to use guns they would be safe and in less danger.
 
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It was nationwide Frank. Mainly suburban "small town" America, rural and all that. They didnt tell us who ran the state. California was one, Oklahoma and Texas were others and the young girl came from down south somewhere but dont know where.
Nationwide just means there are blue states and cities around the country, and claiming these are small town rural america misses the much larger and dystopian blue societies where these things occur along side this countries most restrictive gun laws which is why you had such a sample size of death that was much smaller than european weekends...and none of these evidence of gun violence crimes ever contains the NRA which as you know is heavily armed and virtually 100% safe...even michael moore and some of his sycophants here have admitted that if deer knew how to use guns they would be safe and in less danger.
More people get killed where there are more people. There is a connection there.
 

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More people get killed where there are more people. There is a connection there.
and they also have more far reaching gun control laws as well so the people getting killed are unarmed law abiding citizens
and no one would suggest thinning the population to fix that connection even though you claim it would reduce the death rate...dystopian america is white liberal blue
 
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More people get killed where there are more people. There is a connection there.
and they also have more far reaching gun control laws as well so the people getting killed are unarmed law abiding citizens
and no one would suggest thinning the population to fix that connection even though you claim it would reduce the death rate...dystopian america is white liberal blue
Your gun laws are ineffective. mainly because there are too many guns.
 

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