Will Gun Grabbers Capitalize on the Tragedy of a 6-Year-Old?

Dan Wos, Author of – Good Gun Bad Guy
Host of The Loaded Mic

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The six-year-old from Virginia who shot his teacher may be the result of a deeper social issue.

The attack on our 2nd Amendment and firearm ownership has become so intense by the political left that we can no longer have a rational conversation about the real causes of violence in America. Rather than talk about the causes of violent behavior, mental health issues, personal responsibility and our misguided youth, Democrats use death to push for more gun control laws.

After hearing all the rants from the anti-gun crowd about how guns need to be locked up, it has become apparent that real solutions to society’s ills are no longer wanted by a very irresponsible and often delusional portion of our society. Watching people attack our 2nd Amendment and ignore the human behavioral issues that must be dealt with, makes it perfectly clear that certain people among us do not want to solve the problems.

In a case like this Virginia situation, the child should understand the real-world results of his actions. The idea that children can play deadly video games and a simple reset brings everything back to normal, is not a good way to teach young impressionable minds about the value of life. It also contributes to blurring the line between fantasy and reality, but too often we see parents using this and other types of entertainment as a digital babysitter.

Putting a six-year-old child in front of the TV so he can watch murders being committed and violence being acted out is not a good way for children to develop a healthy sense of humanity, but we see Hollywood increasing the level of violence and sexual deviance in movies that they know children will be watching. The lack of firearm education coupled with the desire to profit from guns in movies by those in Hollywood is a prime example of an ill-informed culture and became painfully apparent after the Alec Baldwin incident.

Removing firearms training from schools and demonizing parents for taking their children to the gun range for firearm education destroys the ability of those children ever being able to understand the importance of firearms and the responsibility they have when possessing one, but the political left continues to eliminate firearm education in America and shame parents for attempting to raise responsible gun owners.

The lack of respect for adults and the absence of child-discipline promoted by the new woke counterculture deteriorates the relationship between children and their elders, but the political left continues to perpetuate this behavior by encouraging defiance toward parents and the cowering of adults to children. This creates an imbalance of authority, but the “woke” left continues to perpetuate this behavior.

The idea that some in our society have decided that a six-year-old can make life changing decisions with topics as dangerous as gender alteration without helping them understand the long-term consequences is destructive to the child and society, but the political left continues to push these horrific ideas.

Previous generations knew the difference between playing Cowboys and Indians with toy guns and killing people in real life. The lack of this simple understanding and the absence of consequences are creating a society of irresponsible young people. When you take away the consequence, the child’s behavior deteriorates. When we desensitize children to violence and murder, we take away their compassion for others. The political left has done a number on the psyche of our children on many levels and unfortunately, the results are starting to become apparent.

Will the Biden Administration use this recent tragedy to push for a national “gun storage” law that may include mandatory home inspections? Only months before this incident, Joe Biden made the following statement in a video.

“I’m determined to ban these weapons again and high-capacity magazines, all 30 rounds, that let mass shooters fire hundreds of bullets in a matter of minutes. I’m not going to stop until we do it. There’s another thing we should do. We should have safe storage laws requiring personal liability for not locking up your gun.”

This tragedy happening at a time when “gun storage” legislation is being pushed must be purely coincidental, but the real prize of such a law at the national level would be its enforcement process.

The 2nd Amendment is not a privilege. It’s your right.
Dan Wos
Author – Good Gun Bad Guy
Host – The Loaded Mic

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Dan Wos is a nationally recognized 2nd Amendment advocate, Host of The Loaded Mic and Author of the “GOOD GUN BAD GUY” book series. He speaks at events, is a contributing writer for many publications, and can be found on radio stations across the country. Dan has been a guest on Newsmax, the Sean Hannity Show, Real America’s Voice, and several others. Speaking on behalf of gun-rights, Dan exposes the strategies of the anti-gun crowd and explains their mission to disarm law-abiding American gun-owners.

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Nothing tough here. The gun did it. The teachers white and the kids probably black. The whole thing is a liberals wet dream.

Last edited 6 days ago by Ledesma

Umm – exactly ‘when’ have we ever been able to have a ‘rational discussion’ with ANY of the gun ban crowd? ALL of their ‘arguments’ are based only on emotions, fear of inanimate objects and even demonizing those inanimate objects. Yet they claim that we are the ‘unreasonable’ ones (all 110 million of us law abiding gun owners).


I’m 76 years old. When I was a kid I watched Wyatt Earp, Roy Rogers, Sergeant Preston, Gene Autry, Red Rider, etc on the TV and in the movies. They never killed the “bad” guys. They shot them in the shoulder or shot the pistol out of his hand! This is a big difference between then and now as well as the violent computer “games”. AND how did a six year old kid get a firearm?


STOP with the IDIOT video games BS. Cartoons have been like this for over 50 years. Ever see a Warner Bros cartoon?


It’s no where near the same, don’t act like it is


You’re exactly right. It’s kids with no morals having kids with even less. Pretty simple solution. How about we lock them up instead of the guns ?


That gun should be arrested, tried, and if convicted, left to rust in prison. No, wait. How old is that gun? Maybe it isn’t entirely the gun’s fault. It could have spent time in a bad place, like in the possession of the ATF, and was never taught how to just sit there and not shoot anyone like all of my firearms. Could it’s father be the pistol that Alec Baldwin used to murder his director?


I don’t watch much fictional television, but there’s one show that annoys me. Coming attractions on CBS for this crime show with Queen Latiffah, is always chock full of shooting and violence. This is all from the same Hollywood crowd who preach to us on the evil of guns. Gun rights advocacy has got to include battle against the hypocrisy of the elites. They deserve a good dressing down from us, who not only aren’t the cause of civil violence, but are part of the answer to it.


They can kiss my @SS !


Why are THEY protected . . . STILL anonymous!
Still anonymous? No picture? WHY?
Not only did a six year old have access to the gun, but knew how to use it and learned to use it to settle disputes in a street thug type way! AT 6 YEARS OLD!
So WHY is this parent STILL ANONYMOUS?

Last edited 6 days ago by KK

I find it curious how such incidents closely follow demands from the left for “safe” gun storage, or magazine bans, semi-auto bans, etc, etc. Personally the only ban I want to see is far left Democrats banned from our Republic. They’d all be much better off in China.


I have read that this SIX YEAR OLD was so screwed up that he had to have a parent accompany him in order to attend school. On this day , the first time, no parent stayed with the little psychopath. Kids learn at home before attending any school.


A Right not exercised and protected, is a right not held. Touching rights should be a permanent final third rail.


Crimes are something with a victim. So far, none of my firearms ever were involved in a crime. None of them could be involved as firearms cannot commit crimes on their own. I for one, am not going to give in to a Minority Report society where someone else is going to disarm me while staying armed themselves so that they can dictate my life to me. I look at anyone who is trying to disarm me as an ENEMY and will treat them as such. No “law” should exist for a crime unless there is a victim involved. If… Read more »


The student must have been opposing the pronoun indoctrination and CRT BS being shoved down his throat . Teachers teaching this crap should beware of students who don’t conform to thier indoctrination and decide to fight back and take the law into thier own hands .


Amen on the kids watching killing on TV and doing killing on video games. I am a firm believer that desensitizes kids when it comes to someone or something dying. My wife has a friend and she said that her son wanted to go do paintball and she didn’t think it was right to shoot someone paint ball or not. I looked at her and asked, So you think that shooting someone with a paintball is wrong because it is saying it is ok to shoot someone, right? She confirmed what we both said. Then I looked at her and… Read more »


Everyone looking for the easy fix. Sorry it isn’t there in movies & video games. Hell I grew up on Gun smoke, lone ranger, etc. I also played video games that killed things. And I’m 54 years old. And still haven’t shot anyone. And I had a disturbed childhood till I was about 12 tears old. Society is to blame. Not holding people accountable for their actions anymore is the reason. Parents not being able to correct their children. Govt is Daddy now. There’s the biggest problem. They created this scenario. Not video games & movies.


I had a troubled childhood too and a mom that lost it when I was 14 and had to go to a mental institution for about 4 months the first time. She was mean, manipulative and abusive. I never have played a killing game except for war when we were kids in the field and they always made me be the German because I was. So guess who always died. I never got to win. Must have been racism. lOL

Glad we both new right and wrong and turned out good.


Seems like the “Kid” wasn’t very mature for almost 18! Back in the bad old days when I was a teen, nearly everyone had a part time job when we were in high school. By the time we graduated, many (if not most) of us had cars (that we paid for ourselves) and soon got full time jobs, or started collage. Same with my kids. We still managed to get into some trouble, but we didn’t stab, shoot or club anyone.


They had a training program when I was in school called Regional Occupational Program. I learned about air conditioner repair and went to work at an AC repair and installation shop on cars. It was a good job and a good start. Much better than my friends who were mowing lawns. I played music once in a while in the VFW and bars because a neighbor down the street did that for a living. I made better money doing that then working at the AC shop. 30 bucks for 4 hour gig and no taxes with food vs 3.25 an… Read more »


music… Another cudo to my dad . Back then I could get a drivers license at sixteen . I could get what they called a chauffeur class A at 18. My dad told me to get it I would use it. Seems like every job I ever had it came in handy. I tell all the young guys getting started the same . They are CRYING for CDL drivers around here. One easy way to get it is drive a school bus for a year , they will train you and you don’t have to provide a vehicle for inspection… Read more »


Hell the businesses around here will help you get your CDL and pay you.