NRA Suggests Slain Texas Mom Failed Children By Not Having A Gun


In the wake of the deaths of eight family members in Houston, Texas, the NRA just released a new social media campaign laying the responsibility at Valerie Jackson’s feet.



















According to the NRA, the following could have been prevented if Ms. Jackson, the mother of the slain children, had a gun.

David Conley, the man accused of killing eight people in Houston, Texas, told investigators that he broke into the home after he noticed that his ex-girlfriend, Valerie Jackson, had changed the locks.

Conley restrained the eight individuals, including six children, one of whom is believed to be his own.

He then proceeded to shoot them each in the back of the head, KHOU reported.

The victims have been identified as Dwayne Jackson, 50, his wife Valerie Jackson, 40, and children Nathaniel, 13, Dwayne, 10, Honesty, 11, Caleb, 9, Trinity, 7, and Jonah, 6, according to People.

In response to the heinous murders, the NRA unleashed a campaign promoting – wait for it – more guns.













Only heroic Moms carry guns, right?





































As Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America points out, just one day before the shooting the killer purchased the gun from an unlicensed seller online in Glendale through a listing posted on the website

He bypassed a criminal background check by purchasing the firearm used in the shooting from a seller he met online.

This is Valerie.















We are not surprised at how the gun lobbyists responded to the gun violence. Following the murders of nine church members in Charleston, South Carolina, at a historic church at the hands of a white supremacist, the NRA blamed Pastor Pinckney for the deaths of his congregants.

The NRA board member actually blamed the slain Pastor for the massacre.

Let that sink in for a moment.

And now, the NRA is suggesting that it’s the victim’s fault again.

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