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There are 2 comments on Gun Violence Surges Linked to Unseasonably Warm Days

  1. Hey, I have an idea, just hear me out, maybe all the gun violence in the US is related to all the guns? Half the planet has been dealing with high temperatures for decades, if not centuries without people snapping and going on murder sprees.

    Honestly, y’all will find any reason for gun violence BESIDES guns, it’s almost comical.

  2. Gun Violence has zero to do with the weather and zero to do with guns. The root problem of gun violence (or any violence) is Mental Health.

    If someone is intentional on hurting others, the problem is their “mental health”, “NOT” the weather!.

    Stop blaming everything else but the root of the problem and tackle this at the root.

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