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Why does lefty think blacks are so stupid they can't get an ID?

So in Illinois it is not illegal to buy a gun from a private seller without a background check.

1. We need a federal universal background check law.
2. Sellers who allow the purchase of a gun while avoiding a background check on the buyer should be prosecuted as an accomplice to any crime committed with the gun they sold.
What about politicians who create programs that allow criminals' record to be concealed from gun sellers ? Like how Obama's "Promise Program" allowed Nicolas Cruz to buy guns, and then kill 14 people in the Parkland Massacre.
 
Do Irish Americans need to prove they've been to Ireland?
No, but blacks need to have been born and raised in Africa, to be called African-Americans. I knew 4 guys were were real "African-Americans". They were from Tanzania, Botswana, Rhodesia (now called Zimbabwe), and South Africa. All immigrated to the US, and became American citizens. All 4 spoke African languages and knew African songs. All 4 are true "African-Americans." All 4 are white.
 

middleview

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What about politicians who create programs that allow criminals' record to be concealed from gun sellers ? Like how Obama's "Promise Program" allowed Nicolas Cruz to buy guns, and then kill 14 people in the Parkland Massacre.
making shit up again?
 

middleview

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No, but blacks need to have been born and raised in Africa, to be called African-Americans. I knew 4 guys were were real "African-Americans". They were from Tanzania, Botswana, Rhodesia (now called Zimbabwe), and South Africa. All immigrated to the US, and became American citizens. All 4 spoke African languages and knew African songs. All 4 are true "African-Americans." All 4 are white.
So only people born and raised in Ireland can call themselves Irish-Americans...only those born and raised in Italy can call themselves Italian-Americans....and on and on.

Right?
 

middleview

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What about politicians who create programs that allow criminals' record to be concealed from gun sellers ? Like how Obama's "Promise Program" allowed Nicolas Cruz to buy guns, and then kill 14 people in the Parkland Massacre.
What do you think should have been discovered by Cruz's background check? How does that relate to anything Obama did?
 

now_what

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HA HA. leftists are addicted to links (from leftist sources), but the odd part is how they expect all the normal people to go along with it.

EARTH TO NW: There doesn't NEED to be a link. If I said "fish can swim", you gonna ask for a link ? :rolleyes:
So you can't back your claim, as I suspected. :)
 

middleview

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Yup, all that, after a mountain of fraud, which simply added to the fraud, making more fraud. Ho hum.
after a mountain of accusation and bizarre allegations, but no proof...when judges in over 60 lawsuits tell you there is no proof...accuse them of lying. You still have no proof.
 
making shit up again?
You mean CNN didn't report it ? You didn't get the memo? Why am I not surprised ?

Despite committing a string of arrestable offenses on campus before the Florida school shooting, Nikolas Cruz was able to escape the attention of law enforcement, pass a background check and purchase the weapon he used to slaughter three staff members and 14 fellow students because of Obama administration efforts to make school discipline more lenient.

Documents reviewed by RealClearInvestigations and interviews show that his school district in Florida’s Broward County was in the vanguard of a strategy, adopted by more than 50 other major school districts nationwide, allowing thousands of troubled, often violent, students to commit crimes without legal consequence. The aim was to slow the "school-to-prison pipeline."

“He had a clean record, so alarm bells didn’t go off when they looked him up in the system,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RCI. “He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement."

Disclosures about the strategy add a central new element to the Parkland shooting story: It's not just one of official failings at many levels and of America's deep divide over guns, but also one of deliberate federal policy gone awry.

In 2013, the year before Cruz entered high school, the Broward County school system rewrote its discipline policy to make it much more difficult for administrators to suspend or expel problem students, or for campus police to arrest them for misdemeanors– including some of the crimes Cruz allegedly committed in the years and months leading up to the deadly Feb. 14 shooting at his Fort Lauderdale-area school.

The new policy resulted from an Obama administration effort begun in 2011 to keep students in school and improve racial outcomes (timeline here), and came against a backdrop of other efforts to rein in perceived excesses in "zero tolerance" discipline policies, including in Florida.

Broward school Superintendent Robert W. Runcie – a Chicagoan and Harvard graduate with close ties to President Obama and his Education Department – signed an agreement with the county sheriff and other local jurisdictions to trade cops for counseling. Students charged with various misdemeanors, including assault, would now be disciplined through participation in “healing circles,” obstacle courses and other “self-esteem building” exercises.



Superintendent Robert W. Runcie.

Asserting that minority students, in particular, were treated unfairly by traditional approaches to school discipline, Runcie’s goal was to slash arrests and ensure that students, no matter how delinquent, graduated without criminal records.

The achievement gap "becomes intensified in the school-to-prison pipeline, where black males are disproportionately represented,” he said at the time. “We’re not going to continue to arrest our kids,” he added. “Once you have an arrest record, it becomes difficult to get scholarships, get a job, or go into the military."

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel backed Runcie’s plan to diminish the authority of police in responding to campus crime. A November 2013 video shows him signing the district’s 16-page "collaborative agreement on school discipline,” which lists more than a dozen misdemeanors that can no longer be reported to police, along with five steps police must “exhaust” before even considering placing a student under arrest.

In just a few years, ethnically diverse Broward went from leading the state of Florida in student arrests to boasting one of its lowest school-related incarceration rates. Out-of-school suspensions and expulsions also plummeted.

Runcie had been working closely with Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan on the reforms ever since landing the Broward job in 2011, using as a reference the name of the Cabinet secretary, his former boss in the Chicago school system.

Applications for federal grants reveal that Runcie’s plan factored into approval of tens of millions of dollars in federal funding from Duncan's department.

The store clerk who sold Nicolas Cruz his guns had no idea of Cruz' extensive criminal record, all of it, blacked out by the Promise Program. Had he known, the guns would not have been sold. Isn't this the gun control you libs have been hollering for ?
You think it's OK to let high schoolers to buy guns without an honest record check, as long as they are of a minority race ?

Behind Cruz's Florida Rampage, Obama's School-Leniency Policy | RealClearInvestigations
 
after a mountain of accusation and bizarre allegations, but no proof...when judges in over 60 lawsuits tell you there is no proof...accuse them of lying. You still have no proof.
They did not say there was no proof. They never examined the evidence. Didn't take the cases, the overall word being they didn't want to get involved in politics.
 
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middleview

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You mean CNN didn't report it ? You didn't get the memo? Why am I not surprised ?

Despite committing a string of arrestable offenses on campus before the Florida school shooting, Nikolas Cruz was able to escape the attention of law enforcement, pass a background check and purchase the weapon he used to slaughter three staff members and 14 fellow students because of Obama administration efforts to make school discipline more lenient.

Documents reviewed by RealClearInvestigations and interviews show that his school district in Florida’s Broward County was in the vanguard of a strategy, adopted by more than 50 other major school districts nationwide, allowing thousands of troubled, often violent, students to commit crimes without legal consequence. The aim was to slow the "school-to-prison pipeline."

“He had a clean record, so alarm bells didn’t go off when they looked him up in the system,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RCI. “He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement."

Disclosures about the strategy add a central new element to the Parkland shooting story: It's not just one of official failings at many levels and of America's deep divide over guns, but also one of deliberate federal policy gone awry.

In 2013, the year before Cruz entered high school, the Broward County school system rewrote its discipline policy to make it much more difficult for administrators to suspend or expel problem students, or for campus police to arrest them for misdemeanors– including some of the crimes Cruz allegedly committed in the years and months leading up to the deadly Feb. 14 shooting at his Fort Lauderdale-area school.

The new policy resulted from an Obama administration effort begun in 2011 to keep students in school and improve racial outcomes (timeline here), and came against a backdrop of other efforts to rein in perceived excesses in "zero tolerance" discipline policies, including in Florida.

Broward school Superintendent Robert W. Runcie – a Chicagoan and Harvard graduate with close ties to President Obama and his Education Department – signed an agreement with the county sheriff and other local jurisdictions to trade cops for counseling. Students charged with various misdemeanors, including assault, would now be disciplined through participation in “healing circles,” obstacle courses and other “self-esteem building” exercises.



Superintendent Robert W. Runcie.

Asserting that minority students, in particular, were treated unfairly by traditional approaches to school discipline, Runcie’s goal was to slash arrests and ensure that students, no matter how delinquent, graduated without criminal records.

The achievement gap "becomes intensified in the school-to-prison pipeline, where black males are disproportionately represented,” he said at the time. “We’re not going to continue to arrest our kids,” he added. “Once you have an arrest record, it becomes difficult to get scholarships, get a job, or go into the military."

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel backed Runcie’s plan to diminish the authority of police in responding to campus crime. A November 2013 video shows him signing the district’s 16-page "collaborative agreement on school discipline,” which lists more than a dozen misdemeanors that can no longer be reported to police, along with five steps police must “exhaust” before even considering placing a student under arrest.

In just a few years, ethnically diverse Broward went from leading the state of Florida in student arrests to boasting one of its lowest school-related incarceration rates. Out-of-school suspensions and expulsions also plummeted.

Runcie had been working closely with Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan on the reforms ever since landing the Broward job in 2011, using as a reference the name of the Cabinet secretary, his former boss in the Chicago school system.

Applications for federal grants reveal that Runcie’s plan factored into approval of tens of millions of dollars in federal funding from Duncan's department.

The store clerk who sold Nicolas Cruz his guns had no idea of Cruz' extensive criminal record, all of it, blacked out by the Promise Program. Had he known, the guns would not have been sold. Isn't this the gun control you libs have been hollering for ?
You think it's OK to let high schoolers to buy guns without an honest record check, as long as they are of a minority race ?

Behind Cruz's Florida Rampage, Obama's School-Leniency Policy | RealClearInvestigations
No felony convictions...
 
No felony convictions...
So what ? Can you read ?

“He had a clean record, so alarm bells didn’t go off when they looked him up in the system,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RCI. “He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement."

And the "clean record" was clean only because the Promise Program CLEANED IT.
 

middleview

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So what ? Can you read ?

“He had a clean record, so alarm bells didn’t go off when they looked him up in the system,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RCI. “He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement."

And the "clean record" was clean only because the Promise Program CLEANED IT.
He was never accused of a felony crime.
 

middleview

President
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They did not say there was no proof. They never examined the evidence. Didn't take the cases, the overall word being they didn't want to get involved in politics.
I already provided the three judge panel's statement about Trump's case in PA...they said there was no evidence presented in the plaintiff's case. Two judges appointed by Bush, one by Trump.
 

middleview

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So what ? Can you read ?

“He had a clean record, so alarm bells didn’t go off when they looked him up in the system,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RCI. “He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement."

And the "clean record" was clean only because the Promise Program CLEANED IT.
The school referring him to Law Enforcement don't mean shit. He would have to be convicted of a felony. Name one time any of his actions constituted a felony.
 

middleview

President
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So what ? Can you read ?

“He had a clean record, so alarm bells didn’t go off when they looked him up in the system,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RCI. “He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement."

And the "clean record" was clean only because the Promise Program CLEANED IT.
bullshit....what felony was he accused of? Even your link said misdemeanors.

quit making shit up.
 
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