Another Anti-Gun Protest

When I first heard about this one, I thought it was a little odd. One person shot… in the ankle? I figured some wanna-be thug was showing off his pistol and had an ND. Seemed reasonable, as one shot was initially reported, with the shooter immediately in custody.

1 student injured in Florida high school shooting; suspect in custody, officials say
[Chumbucket] faces eight charges, including terrorism, aggravated assault with a firearm, culpable negligence, carrying a concealed firearm, possession of a firearm on school property, possession of short-barreled shotgun, interference in a school function and armed trespassing on school property.

Good thing all those gun control laws stopped…

Um. Wait.

Oh well.

On the bright side, since this wasn’t Coward County, the school resource officer actually… acted, reportedly getting the suspect in custody within three minutes of the shooting.

But I wonder about this guy’s motive.

[Bucket O’Chum] claimed he bought his shotgun a week after the school shooting in Parkland, before the legal limit was changed to 21, in a private sale without any background check, from someone he met online.

“Do you feel sorry? Do you feel remorseful?” WESH 2 News asked Bouche.

“Yeah. That’s why I put down the gun. I could’ve kept going,” he said.

He makes a point of hitting every high point the anti-rights crowd harps on?

Under 21? Check.
Online sale? Check.
No background check? Umm… check.

And he claims he wasn’t trying to shoot anyone.

When one reporter asked if Bouche was “trying to shoot someone,” he shook his head.

“I shot through the door,” he said. “I didn’t see anyone.”

By the time he stepped out of the bathroom, [Asshole] said he was overcome with a “disgusting feeling,” and fired the shotgun at the bottom of a locked classroom door before hearing someone scream.

[Chum], who said he “could’ve kept going,” threw down the gun and surrendered to a teacher.

And he picked the day of the planned anti-gun walkout, the anniversary of a notorious school shooting. He fired what he expected to be harmless shots, then put the gun down, and surrendered.

Sounds to me like a left-wing, anti-gun loonie who wanted to make an anti-gun point, to further the victim disarmament cause.

And I want to be sure this point is out there:

“I got a sawed off shotgun…”

Not “I got a shotgun and sawed it off.” He obtained a sawn down firearm. That makes the unregistered transfer of an NFA firearm illegal from the start. SO of course he didn’t go through a background check. How many criminals do?

Ah, and here’s something I wondered about.

He dreamed of joining the U.S. Marine Corps to get away from the chaos around him, [the bastard] said, but that hope was dashed after, at age 14, he was evaluated for mental health issues under the Baker Act. He said he is not mentally ill.

A prohibited person.

So lessee… A person prohibited from possessing a firearm under current law, illegally purchased a sawed-off shotgun in violation of existing law, unlawfully concealed (current law) it, and took it to a school already “gun-free” under current law, and shot someone (also already illegal).

Just wanted to be clear on that.

You let me know how that works out for ya, honey

Comes the revolution


Oh, yeah. That’ll go well.


Assuming anyone is SJStupid enough to initiate a revolution, which group do you suppose will be better prepared?



Do these snowflakes realize they’re calling out the “Super Owners”?

There’s a reason violent protests tend to happen here….


…and not here.*


* That was amusing. When the BLM march was announced — along with the planned route — I correctly predicted the quietest, most peaceful BLM protest evah. Or the shortest. They chose wisely.

Why, bless their hearts*

There’s going to be a Black Lives Matter “inspired” protest in “downtown” Saint Marys, Georgia on Saturday, organized by a guy who doesn’t live there, inspired by stuff that didn’t happen there, and supposedly bringing folks from out of state. Yeah, population 17,000 Saint Marys. (And that link is the only online mention of this event I can find.)

We’re talking Georgia, which has at least 700,000 concealed carry licenses. That’s just the ones who want to carry and bothered to get licensed.

Better yet, that’s south Georgia, where you’d be hard-pressed to find a home without a firearm at the ready. Heck, the area supports an NFA dealer despite the small population.

Then there’s the planned route. Those folks won’t take kindly to taunts, slurs, violence, or Molotov cocktails in their residential neighborhoods.

This will be either the politest, calmest, most peaceful BLM protest ever, or the shortest.

* For the non-Southern speakers, that’s polite Southern for, “You poor little stupid SOB.”