By Capt Joseph R. John, August 5, 2019: Op Ed # 445
The dishonest news media is at it again, trying to brainwash Americans into thinking that all mass shooters throughout the years have been by white male supremacists. The photos and information in the below listed article will disprove the outright lies by the current crop of Democratic Presidential Candidates, and the Left of Center Liberal Media Establishment, in their attempts to terrify Americans, and blaming yesterday’s “2” mass shooting on President Trump, because he wants to secure the wide open southern border. 
Despite the fact that there were “32” mass shootings when Obama was the occupant of the Oval Office—the press found it inconvenient to blame Obama for any of those “32” mass shootings.  There were also many mass shootings during the Clinton and Bush Administrations, yet the Left of Center Liberal Media Establishment didn’t blame President Clinton nor President Bush. 
Many of the activities that once took up the free time of America’s youth in their formative years, have dramatically changed, and the interrelation between America’s youth, their classmates, with their schools, and with their parents has also changed, especially in families with fatherless homes.  Sand lot baseball, Boy Scouts after school activities, attending the Boys Club activities, after school church activities, 4H Club activities, church and Boy Scout summer camps, bicycles riding, roller skating on side walks, long hikes in the woods, playing outside with friends until dark, kite flying, fishing, basketball in the playgrounds, etc. seem to have all gone by the wayside for America’s youth going thru their school years.
With the proliferation of high technology, now America’s youth are less active outdoors, interrelating less with their classmates, and more involved in computer games, cell phones activities, watching TV, texting, and surfing the Internet.  With the removal of prayers, and the pledge to the flag from schools, and the elimination of US History courses once traditionally taught in schools, substituted by a false version of Common Core US History, young men in fatherless homes lack proper guidance and leadership. 
Many young men with fathers missing in their lives, with the lacked religion once taught in church, and a leftist Progressive philosophy taught in school, developed their twisted ideology by evaluating issues on the Internet, watching TV, and believing the leftist ideology being taught to them in the classroom.  The two shooters in the mass shootings yesterday, were on opposite sides of ideologies as listed below.
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Joseph R. John, USNA ‘62
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Then I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?” Then I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
-Isaiah 6:
Photo montage shows every suspect who executed 2019 attacks
The attacks in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, over the weekend that have taken at least 31 lives have put a spotlight on the problem of young, isolated white men carrying out mass shootings.
Photo montage also shows the two suspect in 2019 mass shooting attacks—it also includes all the shooters, they are not hardly all white racists like the left of center liberal media is lying about on the air waves—-its just the opposite— defined as four or more people shot or killed — shows the problem isn’t confined to white men or motivations of white supremacy.
If there’s a thread, it’s young men whose biological father was missing in their lives. After the Parkland school massacre in Florida, the Heritage Foundation cited a study showing that among the 25 most-cited school shooters since Columbine, 75 percent were reared in broken homes.  Most, according to psychologist Peter Langman, an expert on school shooters, came from homes that also experienced infidelity, substance abuse, criminal behavior, domestic violence and child abuse.
More than 520 people have died in mass shootings , according to the Gun Violence Archive, and at least 2,000 have been injured.
The Gateway Pundit noted that more than 140 mass shootings remain unsolved largely because no one will give descriptions to the police.
At least 20 of the mass shootings this year were in “Chicago” resulting in 293 deaths, yet the left of center liberal media establishment, Progressives, and the Democrat Candidates For President continue to ignore.  Over the weekend in Chicago, seven more people were killed and 53 were injured in shootings.
As WND reported earlier Monday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a leading 2020 presidential candidate, echoed many of her Democratic colleagues in casting blame on President Trump for the shootings, charging he’s been giving a “wink and nod and smile” to white supremacy.  Yet the suspect in the Dayton, Ohio, shooting, said he was a supporter of Elizabeth Warren and described himself as a Socialist.
The suspected El Paso shooter clearly portrayed himself as a white supremacist on social media and in his “manifesto,” but he also espoused “Progressive” ideas, such as a universal basic income and radical environmentalism, but the press conveniently ignored it.
Rival candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders explicitly tied the shootings to Trump’s “language,” saying “the president has to stop the racism and that xenophobia immediately.”  Yet the mass shooting of Republican Congressmen practicing baseball in Virginia on June, 17, 2017 and gravely wounding Congressmen Steve Scalise, was executed by a Bernie Sanders supporter who hated Republicans, but the press conveniently ignored that fact.  
In a Fox News interview Monday afternoon, Catholic theologian Jonathan Morris said “white supremacy” and racism are “consequences of an empty soul.”  “Because, you go toward something to fill you up. Human beings, we were made for love and for purpose. And when we don’t find it, then we look for something,” he told Dana Perino.
“And [white supremacy and racism] are cheap substitutes, but they have deadly consequences.”

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