(TP247) – Just hours before tens of thousands of “white supremacists,” AKA law-abiding gun owners of all backgrounds, ethnicities, and creeds, marched on Richmond, Virginia to oppose proposed unconstitutional gun law, a man opened fire on a crowded nightclub in Kansas City, injuring 15 and killing one.
So why isn’t the media foaming at the mouth to bring us this story of gun violence?
After all, they spent days telling us about the dangerous, violent gun nuts who were going to be marching on the capital in Virginia, telling us to expect a repeat of Charlottesville.
It certainly would have been convenient for them to be able to report about a perfectly-timed mass shooting to bolster their narrative to distract from the fact that the gathering in Richmond was completely peaceful.
That’s because there are several highly-inconvenient factors to this shooting, as well as a great many others they usually completely ignore.
The shooter was both black and also was not legally allowed to own a firearm.
They will never, ever tell you how many more crimes are committed by non-law-abiding gun owners than law-abiding.
They will never tell you about the epidemic of mass violence…in the black community, perpetrated almost exclusively by those in criminal possession of a firearm.
Police continue to investigate after a mass shooting took place at a nightclub Sunday night.
Two people were killed, one of whom was the shooter. At least 15 people were injured.
The shooter is identified as 29-year-old of Kansas City, Missouri. He has a record meaning he shouldn’t have had a gun, but he has several.
Police said that an armed private security guard at the club shot and killed Swift about 11:30 p.m. just outside of 9ine Ultra Lounge located in the 4800 block of Noland Road.
The victim is 25-year-old Raeven A. Parks of Kansas City.
At least three of the 15 injured victims are in critical condition.
Police say they have not yet interviewed all of the victims and do not yet know whether all were injured by gunfire.
Investigators recovered multiple firearms at the scene. It appears the suspect and the security guard were the only ones who fired shots, police said.
CTV5 News spoke to a security guard who was at the nightclub, he says the gunman got into a fight with a few guys and was denied entry. That was when the gunman went to his car to get the gun he then used to shoot into the crowd.
“One second everyone was just sitting there trying to get into the club. I believe it was at capacity in there, honestly. Then next thing you know, boom, boom, boom. About five shots rang out. People start falling, scattering,” Larry Phillips, who lives near the nightclub, said.
Detectives ask anyone who was there at the time of the incident to contact the Homicide Unit at 816-234-5043 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.