Gun Violence Down 39% Over Last 20 Years – Media Pushes Obama Anti Gun Talking Points Anyway

Gun violence is down 39% over the last 20 years, but if you watch MSNBC, CNN, or any of the liberal media outlets, you have probably been brainwashed to believe that gun violence is at an all-time high. This is nothing more than Democrat / liberal media smoke and mirrors.

“Despite the remarkable drop in gun crime, only 12% of Americans surveyed said gun crime had declined compared with two decades ago, according to Pew, which surveyed more than 900 adults this spring. Twenty-six percent said it had stayed the same, and 56% thought it had increased.”

The reason why people would think that gun violence has gone up, when …

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African Americans & Women Receive Higher Unemployment From Obama The Job Killer

African Americans & Women Receive Higher Unemployment From Obama The Job Killer

African Americans & Women Receive Higher Unemployment From Obama The Job Killer

Obama has made many, many false promises, and helping women and African Americans is one of those lies.

Women and African Americans have actually seen an increase in unemployment since he took office in 2009.

In January 2013, 7.8 percent of women were unemployed and Black unemployment is almost up to 14%! That’s horrendous, but completely expected from the worst president in US History.

Unemployment for both women and African-Americans is higher today than it was when President Barack Obama first took office in 2009, according to federal government data.

Despite an economy that has technically been in



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Modern Poverty Includes AC, Flat Screen TVs, DVD players, Gaming Systems

Take a look at the perks that the poor in our nation enjoy. (most of the people in poverty status do not pay any taxes, but seemingly rake in the perks, most likely due to free money given to them by the American People)

  • Over 65% have more than one TV
  • Over 63% have cable or satellite TV
  • Over 50% have a cellular phone

When Americans think of poverty, we tend to picture people who can’t adequately shelter, clothe, and feed themselves or their families.

When the Census Bureau defines “poverty,” though, it winds up painting more than 40 million Americans — one in seven — as “poor.”

Census officials



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