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If you to many of these students protesting for more gun control, you would think that their chances of being a victim of a school shooting are so high that they are justified to live in fear everyday when they head off toe school.

On the local Cincinnati news, they’ve interviewed students who say they fear being killed or shot and wounded every day when they go to school and the liberal mainstream media is feeding off them and helping to feed their fears.

But, statistics show that those fears are completely irrational and unfounded.

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(Great American Politics) – After the Valentine’s Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students from that school and from schools all over the nation are running around like frightened rabbits. They have been protesting for more gun control and telling the media that they are afraid of going to school every day and they are tired of living in fear. Of course, the media is eating up their irrational fear and even feed that fear with all of the bogus claims and statements.

However, if these students had a brain, they would realize that their chance of being shot during a school shooting are much lower than many of the dangers we face every day in life.

Consider this:

“According to shootingtracker.com, there have been at least 462 people killed and 1312 injured in 353 mass shootings this year, which is already more than the 383 people killed last year. They define a mass shooting as one in which four or more people are killed or injured, which is a broader definition than the government has used. (Compare that to the 30K or so people killed in auto accidents each year.) According to the Census Bureau, the U.S. currently has a resident population of 322,367,564, giving me a 0.00000143% chance of getting killed in a mass shooting this year by the broadest definition. That’s almost literally a one in a million chance, the phrase we use when something is so unlikely that we won’t bother to worry about it.” …

The facts prove that these students have no idea what they are doing, saying or fearing, only that they are all joining a fad movement that is based on the Democratic agenda to disarm the American people. The mainstream media and Democrats are causing these students to fear being shot JUST because of their anti-agenda and nothing more.

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