• @agitatedpotato@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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    The comment you replied to it literally proof that this incident would still and does still happen in France. This whole time I’ve specifically been speaking about those that would be considered to be in a well regulated militia because that phrase is meaningless, as shown. French gun laws wouldn’t stop this, the only country argument is moot here, because we’re literally not the only country whos LEOs and military go on rampages.

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      ‘No Way to Prevent This,’ Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens

      Note bolded text. No shit this happens in other countries - the death stats for them aren’t 0. But it’s a rare anomaly there rather than just another Tuesday like here.

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        Whens the last time a US military service member went on a shooting spree, adjust per capita, then compare. Yall are doing everything to try and derail my original point about militias.

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      the fact that you have to go to other years proves that this happens way more rarely in France than in the USA. In fact, you can see that in all of the graphs there are gun related deaths in every country.

      The point is that it happens 100 times more in the USA than in any other developed country

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        And my point remains, when it comes to service members and LEOs, even Frances gun laws wouldnt stop this case. In fact, take the number of Cop and Military shooters, adjust per capita then compare the stats, because yall keep trying to derail my points about the well regulated militia stuff.

        The point is that it happens 100 times more in the USA than in any other developed country

        well since it happend twice in 3 years in france im assuming you have data for 70 yearly US LEO or Military member committed mass shooting yeah? Or are you gonna keep veering away from what ive actually been arguing this whole time again?