“Gun Death” Excessive Speed

You can’t compare cars with guns, because guns are different!

A 19-year-old motorist has been arrested in connection with an April crash in Sherburne County that killed two people on a motorcycle.

Cody Moen, of Monticello, Minn., was accused of passing on a highway at 95 miles per hour, then losing control of his car and colliding with the motorcycle heading in the other direction, authorities said. He was arrested on suspicion of driving his car in a “grossly negligent manner,” according to sheriff’s Capt. Scott Fildes.

Two people dead, and somebody breaking the speed limit, and driving recklessly is the cause. Of course “Progressives” feel the need to prattle on about “Gun Death” because they want to ban guns…they don’t want to ban cars because they own and use cars. “Gun Death” not only shows their inhumanity, but also how selfish they are. Cars are useful in our daily lives, guns save lives. Either abused can cause horrible death.

But they only look at one, and not the other.

h/t Maddmedic

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0 Responses to “Gun Death” Excessive Speed

  1. BikerDad says:

    It’s them blasted murdercycles, that’s why those people are dead. If they’d been driving in a proper car (a hybrid Volvo seems apropo), then they’d be alive and that poor young man wouldn’t have to carry the burden of having inadvertently collided with those idiot murdercyclists when they suddenly, sneakily, and rudely (and undoubtedly VERY LOUDLY) blocked his path.

    Sarcasm off.

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