Mass Shooting Myths
March 18th, 2019
51 mins 56 secs
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The media narrative is that mass shootings only happen in the US and that is an out of control situation of epidemic proportions. The truth is much more complicated and we'll talk about it today on The Schmidt Show Podcast. If you are looking for a passionate and engaging look at politics with a side order of not taking ourselves to seriously you are gonna love The Schmidt Show.
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- America doesn’t actually lead the world in mass shootings — The media should be wary of any researchers who fail to let others look at their data. At least on this point, the intellectual base for liberal thunder about mass public shootings is wrong.
- UPDATE: CPRC Original Research: All but two of the 25 worst mass public shootings, 60 of the worst 68, occurred outside the United States - Crime Prevention Research CenterCrime Prevention Research Center — Our list of the worst mass public shootings collected cases, where at least 15 were killed, has been updated through January 15, 2017. Since 1970, all but two of the 25 worst mass public shootings occurred outside the US. Muslims also committed 23 of the worst 25 mass public shootings in the world. It is possible that we are still missing even some of these large mass public shootings prior to 2000, but any of the ones being missed are outside of the US, Canada, the Commonwealth countries, and Europe.