Obama Spreads Lies About Nashville School Massacre

Former President Barack Obama is now spreading lies with his reaction to the monstrous Nashville school shooting. He did this by tweeting the false claim that “guns” have become “the leading cause” of child deaths in the United States.

Obama Ignores ‘Trans’ Elephant in the Room

Obama reacted to the massacre of students and staffers at Covenant Presbyterian School in Nashville, Tennessee with a Twitter post on Tuesday, claiming “we” had been “failing our children.”

A day earlier, a 28-year-old woman named Audrey Hale, who identified as a “transgender man” – a fact Obama conveniently ignored – slaughtered three nine-year-old kids. Hale also slaughtered three staffers aged 60-61 in a deliberate attack on Covenant School, which she herself attended as a child.

Hale’s bloodbath became the biggest school shooting in the US since the Uvalde school shooting last May. She had apparently prepared it carefully, according to the findings of the Nashville Metropolitan Police.

The “trans man” carried out the vicious slaughter with two semi-automatic rifles and a pistol, before she was shot dead by police officers. As GOP Senator Josh Hawley alerted the American public, the Nashville massacre seems like a deliberate hate crime attack on Christians.

False Claim Debunked

Apparently, for Obama, none of those facts matter; so, his Twitter reaction seemingly set out to utilize the new school shooting for pushing the gun control agenda.

In his tweet, Obama declared guns to be the biggest cause of child deaths in the US, a comment reiterating a tweet by actor Billy Porter, which was already exposed as a false claim by Breitbart News.

The Breitbart report stresses the wrongful allegation about guns has become the rule among leftists since the summer of 2022 when the CDC (Centers for Disease Prevention and Control) wrote it in a paper.

According to the CDC, in 2020, gun violence killed 4,368 young Americans and car crashes claimed 4,036 young lives.

The catch, however, is the CDC referred to people aged 0-19. When those aged 18 and 19 are excluded, for children, who are by definition 0-17, the figures are quite different.

Thus, in 2020, there were 2,503 car crash deaths among minors aged 0-17 and 2,281 gun deaths in that group.

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.