Dems Wage Ugly Gun Grab Over Bodies of Dead Children

By Todd Starnes/Twitter

It did not take the Mainstream Media long to form their narrative on the Texas Baptist church massacre.

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Within minutes, they were clamoring about gun control.

"Gotta get the guns," the Democrats screamed.

Hollywood dutifully jumped on the bandwagon. Failed comedian Chelsea Handler literally blamed the Republican.

Josh Groban, the famed elevator music singer, accused Second Amendment supporters of protecting murderers.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) delivered the most egregious attack -- accusing his congressional colleagues of being cowards.

“As my colleagues go to sleep tonight, they need to think about whether the political support of the gun industry is worth the blood that flows endlessly onto the floors of American churches, elementary schools, movie theaters, and city streets," he said. "Ask yourself – how can you claim that you respect human life while choosing fealty to weapons-makers over support for measures favored by the vast majority of your constituents."

It's not just a false narrative -- it's a downright lie - an ugly lie.

"This is neither the time nor the place to be talking about politics, but this falsehood needs to be nipped in the bud.

Let's be clear about what happened in Sutherland Springs, Texas -- a law-abiding man with a gun stopped a bad man with a gun.

There are also reports the bad man did not have a gun permit -- so that tells us all the laws in the world would not have stopped the massacre.

In truth - the anti-gun crowd doesn't care about the victims. They don't care about the survivors. They don't care about the parents who lost their children.

People like Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Nancy Pelosi just want to try and score cheap political points over the bodies of dead children.

It's callous. It's cruel. And it's flat-out unAmerican.

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2:05pm – Donna Brazile's scathing review of Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign sent more shock waves this weekend through the Democratic Party, with members eager to bury the Clinton era ahead of Tuesday’s key Virginia governor’s race and other upcoming elections. “Those telling me to shut up … I tell them, 'Go to hell.' I’m gonna tell my story,” Brazile, who ran the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 White House race, on Sunday told ABC’s “This Week.” Brazile roiled the political world on Thursday when she published excerpts in Politico of her upcoming book that detailed a 2015 money deal between the Clinton campaign and the DNC that made winning the party’s presidential nomination nearly impossible for any other Democratic candidate. NBC News published a memorandum Saturday detailing the joint-fundraising agreement that shows the Clinton camp would have input on such key DNC decisions as hiring and spending, in exchange for helping the group with its roughly $20 million debt. 


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1:05pm- Our  next guest said on Sunday that mass shootings can be prevented if more people carry concealed guns. “If somebody's willing to kill someone they're also going to be willing to violate a gun law. In Texas at least we have the opportunity to have concealed carry,” 1:10pmET Guest: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

1:30pm- Guest: Max Lucado is a San Antonio pastor and best-selling author. His latest book is "Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World" (Thomas Nelson, September 2017). Visit his website at www.MaxLucado.com. Follow him on Twitter @MaxLucado.


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12:05pm- Horror In Texas! At least eight members of the same family were among the 26 people killed Sunday when a man armed with a rifle burst into the sanctuary of a church in Texas and started firing. The mass shooting left about 20 others wounded at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, about 30 miles east of San Antonio. The massacre killed about 4% of the small town's population. And no one at the church was left unscathed, Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt said. "I think nearly everyone had some type of injury," the sheriff told reporters Monday. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called the slaughter "the largest mass shooting" in the state's history. But it's still unclear what motivated the killer.

12:20pm- Todd sorts through the left’s response to the shooting…Question: Are the Republicans to blame for this as the left is saying? 888-788-9910

12:30pm- Guest: Dr. Jim Richards, executive director Southern Baptists of Texas

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