(Washington Times) -- Shooting up a church, even in a small town where a lot of people voted for Donald Trump, is a wicked thing to do. Everybody — well, nearly everybody — thinks so. But some people are determined not to let a convenient massacre go to waste.
Such is their anger and frustration that the hicks and hayseeds can’t see the error of their ways, and still “cling to God and guns,” that this time some of them won’t even send their “thoughts and prayers” to that little town in South Texas without even a traffic light or a Starbucks where you can get The New York Times. Worse, there’s a church.
The blood had not even been washed from the floor and scrubbed from the pews of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs before the wonderfully progressive Progressives put out the call for more gun-control laws and new attempts to educate the yokels. Maybe this time somebody could make the yokels listen.
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