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Tucker: Following Texas School Shooting and Buffalo Tragedy, Leaders Should Ask this Question

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  • A. Mitchell says:

    Yes, Tucker. Correct.. It’s what I’ve been saying about the so-called “pandemic.” It has DEVASTATED our children. It’s not enough to say, “All kids must wear masks, take the jab, stop going to school and isolate.” I’m 68, living isolated and I struggled through breast cancer alone during the “pandemic.” I had trouble stabilizing during the lockdowns – with little emotional support…an SSRI, a mood leveler and 24 years of clinical psychology study. A 16 year old kid doesn’t have the skill set to get through what life is handing us now without guidance, counseling and compassion. A spiritual grounding doesn’t hurt – in fact it’s almost critical. It doesn’t come in pill form. Neither does it spontaneously happen in high school. It has to happen when children are in their early, formative years. We’re in deep water as a society and we better start swimming NOW, or we’re going down. And the LAST thing we need are politicians with their crass political agendas. All the Dems and RINOs can take a seat.

  • Dickie (Digger) O'Dell says:

    Check the facts for yourselves. He is right. I do blame the games and a lot of the movies and media for the violence. For decades upon decades, HELL, they made Bonnie and Clyde, Butch Cassidy, Billy the Kid, Al Capone, and a whole bunch of other terrible criminals look like heroes to a lot of people. Monitor very closely what your children watch and do on their cell phones, laptops and movies they watch and the people they hang out with.

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