Northern California Shooting, What We Know So Far 

Corning, CA. A domestic violence incident has turned into a mass shooting in Tehama county, California after a gunman with illegal weapons, fired randomly and the disarmed California populace were powerless to react. 4 are reported dead, and at least one of the shooting locations was an elementary school where some children were injured. 

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The Los Angeles Times is reporting; “Authorities described a chaotic scene in which a gunman appeared to pick targets at random in the rural Northern California county. They said the shootings appear to have begun as a ‘domestic violence incident’ but did not provide details.


The gunman was fatally shot by sheriff’s deputies. His name has not been released. The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office said it was dealing with at least five crime scenes and was trying to assess the number of casualties.”


A break down of the town where the shooting occurs shows a population which is about half Hispanic and half white according to City Data.




A look at the Rancho Tehama elementary school shows a similar demographic population according to Great Schools. 




According to the Washington Post, California has the strictest gun laws of any state in the nation. 


So, essentially we have a liberal paradise here. The area is incredibly racially diverse (not very many of those yucky, dangerous, white people, right?) and they live where the strictest gun laws in the nation should be keeping the children safe. Why aren’t their own liberal policies protecting them? 


But wait, the hypocrisy doesn’t stop there! Liberals immediately took to Twitter in the wake of this tragedy to blame not the racial diversity, not the strict gun laws, not liberal California, not even the gunman himself, but the GOP and the NRA!




This is a developing story, please check back for updates. 


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