Patricia McCarthy writes at American Thinker:
[America] just witnessed, endured, and suffered the worst mass shooting in its history. A crazed psychopath holed up in the Mandalay Bay hotel; stocked up on ammo and guns; and, at the close of a music festival across the street, shot at the crowd of 22 thousand people for over ten minutes with high-powered rifles that appear to have been converted to machine guns. Fifty-nine people died. Five hundred or more were injured, many of them seriously. It was a terrible, murderous event.
The horror of it has led some on the left to reveal the amoral emptiness at their cores. Because the festival was a country music celebration, they assumed that the attendees were Republicans and so deserved to die.
An executive attorney for CBS, Hayley Geftman-Gold, tweeted
". . . am actually not even sympathetic bc country music fans often republican gun toters." What a gal! Her parents must be so proud. Dennis Prager has often commented that if you want the values with which raised your kids to be bred out of them, send them to law school. . . .