Trump’s Heartless Response To Oregon Shooting Proves He’s A Sociopath (VIDEO)

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In stark contrast to President Obama’s visible anger after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, revealed on MSNBC’s Morning Joe his feelings on what occurred.

While Obama said, “thoughts and prayers are not enough,” Donald Trump literally said, “these things happen.”

Yes, you read that correctly.

When asked what he would do as president in regards to the horrific epidemic of mass shootings, Trump said:

“You’re always going to have problems. I mean, we have millions and millions of people, we have millions of sick people all over the world — it can happen all over the world, and it does happen all over the world, and it does happen all over the world, by the way, but this is sort of unique to this country, the school shootings. And you’re going to have difficulty no matter what… You’re going to have these things happen and it’s a horrible thing to behold, horrible… It’s not politically correct to say, but you’re going to have difficulty and that will be for the next million years, there’s going to be difficulty, and people are going to slip through the cracks.

After a bit more rambling he says:

“What are you going to do, institutionalize everybody?… That’s the way the world works, and that’s the way the world always has worked.”

So, do nothing? That’s Trump’s plan?

If he actually thought these massacres were as “horrible” as he says they are, he would advocate for change. However, he doesn’t, and it doesn’t look likes he plans on endorsing that sort of change any time soon. His responses are callous at best. He chooses to ignore the problem, because, hey, “these things happen.” That right there is the mind of a narcissistic sociopathic egomaniac. Someone who needs to stay as far away from being the leader of the free world as possible.

Ignoring reality because some folks adore their cold, inanimate firearms more than human life is a cop-out and wrong. In fact, Trump in his position on the Second Amendment reveals that he actually wants a national right to carry. So his solution? More guns. Just like the NRA and their pals in Congress. You know, because that solution has been working so well for us thus far.

Action needs to be taken, and it needs to happen sooner rather than later. The epidemic of gun violence and mass shootings is anything but American. It lessens our freedom, because it makes all Americans fearful of everywhere they go. However, the folks at the NRA love to drive that fear, because you know what fear sells — guns. And the more guns, the more fear and so on and so forth. The cycle needs to end now.


Reprinted with permission from Addicting Info