Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Panic On Campus

The anti-gun fools have done a lot to whip up panic about guns. So much so that somebody on campus at Christopher Newport University “thought he saw” a man with a gun and the locals went crazy. They “locked down” the campus for 90 minutes and sent out e-mail alerts to everybody on campus. They used campus loudspeakers to “inform” even more people. The 8 AM classes were canceled. Then they sent out a notice: “Never mind. No threat discovered.” It was all caused by somebody saying they saw a black man walking on campus holding a gun The description would fit many people. But, hey! He was never found, nor was he seen by anybody but the person who reported it. This is an example of how they create panic and how it's self-perpetuating. (13 News Now)

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