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Mexican officials have angrily denounced the mass shooting in El Paso and announced a series of unusual actions to protect Mexicans in the United States – including possibly charging the perpetrator in Mexican courts.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said six Mexicans were among the 20 killed in the attack on Saturday in the border city, and seven more were wounded.
He said Mexico would ask US officials how the gunman obtained his weapon. The Mexican government would also ask Mexico's attorney general to consider charging the suspect, identified as a 21-year-old Texan, with committing terrorist acts against Mexicans in the United States. "As far as I know, this would be the first case of this type in history," Ebrard said. The Mexican government could even seek to extradite the suspect, he said.
The alleged killer will almost certainly be tried first in a US court. If he is convicted, it's unlikely he would be sent to Mexico to stand trial. But the Mexican legal action could help the country gain more information on the investigation.
In the video, Trump is seen smiling and joking after a supporter at the rally yelled that Border Patrol should 'shoot' migrants at the border. The supporter's yell was in response to Trump's question of how to deal with migrants when the US can't use violence.
"Don't forget: We don't let them, and we can't let them, use weapons. We can't," Trump told the crowd. "Other countries do. We can't. I would never do that. But how do you stop these people? You can't."
"Shoot them!" the supporter in the audience shouted. Some in the crowd clapped and cheered, while others grimaced.
Trump can be seen smirking and shaking his head, perhaps as a reaction to the absurdity of the supporter's yell. Trump them joked "That's only in the Panhandle you can get away with this stuff," Trump said. "Only in the Panhandle," referring to the Florida panhandle.
Actually I think that if anyone in the Republican party wants to attribute the aspect of mental illness to the mass shootings then they should be called out on the fact that they don't support health care for everyone. You can't have it both ways. Either pass laws that ban assault weapons and multiple rounds in guns or provide health care for everyone.Whenever these attacks happen the right likes to instantly blame mental illness. I do not deny that mental illness plays a role, yet the entire world has mentally ill people but does not have anywhere near the number of mass shooters that the US has every year. The very same people who instantly say this is a mental health issue do not support healthcare for all. In fact, they have gone about removing healthcare from all; hypocritical to say the least. No, I think it's nothing but a deflection, a means of turning our heads away from both what incited this particular shooter and turn our eyes away from the NRA, their masters.
If the President wants to say the El Paso shooter was mentally ill, then he should declare himself mentally ill, as well, and step down as it is his words, his constant diatribes against Mexicans as "invaders" that the shooter echoed. Someone might say, "Oh, but he never said to murder them."
A video of Trump laughing at a proposal to 'shoot' migrants is resurfacing after shootings in Texas and Ohio
Or, both. Why not both?Actually I think that if anyone in the Republican party wants to attribute the aspect of mental illness to the mass shootings then they should be called out on the fact that they don't support health care for everyone. You can't have it both ways. Either pass laws that ban assault weapons and multiple rounds in guns or provide health care for everyone.
When you get 10 pro-2nd Amendment bills to the governor and he signs them all, I would rank it up there with one of the most successful sessions we’ve had.
-TARA MICA, NRA TEXAS LOBBYIST
Every single bill backed by the NRA and passed by the Legislature received the signature of Gov. Greg Abbott.
Because it's the Beaverton I thought it was a joke that 17 people were shot in Toronto over the weekend but it's not.TORONTO - In an effort to demonstrate Canada’s superior gun laws and protection of its citizens, local man Jared Wilson chided his American friend for not having smaller scale mass shootings like the ones that occurred last weekend in Canada’s largest city.www.thebeaverton.com