Civil War Is Not the Solution to Mass Shootings

Source: Garrison Center
by Thomas L Knapp

“Don’t get me wrong. I don’t think a government war on America’s gun owners would be anything like Afghanistan. I think it would be far worse,  for both the government and for Americans, gun owners and non-gun-owners alike. Only 2,448 members of the US armed forces died in Afghanistan.  The approach Rob [Kall] suggests would likely produce at least Vietnam-level casualties (58,281 dead) … and an outcome similar to both those wars. ‘Enemy’ and civilian casualties were much higher than US military casualties in both wars. And that would likely be true of this one as well.” (06/09/22)