How to avoid Thanksgiving without a gun

How to avoid Thanksgiving without a gun

September 6, 2021 Comments Off on How to avoid Thanksgiving without a gun By admin

By Lauren KallenbergerThe American ConservativeNew York, NY – Thanksgiving is almost here, and Americans have plenty of time to get through their lives without a firearm.

In fact, according to a report released Wednesday by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), more than 7.3 million Americans were killed by guns in 2016, making the holiday the most deadly one-day period in American history.

While the gun violence has only worsened since 2015, the report notes that the year 2017 has seen the biggest increase in gun violence.

The NSSF report also notes that gun violence continues to be a problem for the vast majority of Americans, including men, African Americans, Hispanics, and young people.

The report notes the following:The annual gun violence statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are the most comprehensive data on gun deaths ever released.

They provide an unprecedented look at the number of firearm-related deaths and injuries.

In 2016, more than 4.5 million people were killed and nearly 9.6 million were injured by gunfire, the CDC says.

The latest data from the CDC show that in 2017, more people were shot than in 2016.

In addition to the gun deaths, the NSSVF report says gun violence is a problem across the board for everyone: The report also points to other important facts to keep in mind as you look forward to the holiday season:1.

Americans are more likely to be shot and killed by a firearm than by other weapons, such as knives, machetes, and car wrecks2.

People are more than four times as likely to die by a single gunshot, and nearly three times as often by multiple gunshot wounds3.

The vast majority (94 percent) of all gun homicides occur in urban areas4.

Only 10.6 percent of gun deaths occur in rural areas5.

Gun ownership is more common in areas where crime is much lower, such for rural areas and for those who live in poverty6.

Gun violence is more likely for people in rural and inner-city areas, people of color, and those who are poor and live in households where guns are stored in closets or other places where they are more easily accessible to those around them.7.

Gun crime is more prevalent in low-income and rural areas, and gun owners are more prone to violence and suicide8.

More guns means more guns means a more dangerous situation for everyone.