Why do people blame the object, and not the murderer?

Some thinking I just cannot fathom, and example via Bearing Arms

He blames guns? He blames the NRA? He blames Dana? More than the killer? More than the sheriff? More than the school’s administration? Tom Knighton is as confused as I am over this

He blames Dana and the NRA the most?

That’s funny because you know who I blame the most? The jackwagon who carried a gun into a school and opened fire on innocent high school kids.

Guttenberg is a prime example of the insanity of the anti-gun left. He’s so ready to blame the NRA over his daughter’s death that he’s what? Willing to absolve the actual killer of his sin?

Let’s not even get into the fact that officials and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School had plenty of opportunities to deal with the killer long before he took a life, but shirked their responsibility. Let’s ignore the fact that the Broward County Sheriff’s Office answered dozens of calls about the killer long before he took a life, but didn’t act on any of those–which, I might add, might have prevented him from buying the gun he used to murder people–therefore shirking their responsibilities. Let’s not even discuss the school resource officer who refused to enter the building and engage the attacker, which may have saved lives, therefore shirking his responsibility.


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