The US has had mass shootings with double-digit casualties an average of every 2 months, since the Las Vegas shootings.
The most recent ones being the shooting at the Synagogue in Pennsylvania, and at the Bar in California. The last weekend in October 2018, first weekend in November.
So now it's been 3 months since the last one.
I'm just wondering, how do you guys think this will play out ?
Will the increased rate of high-casualty mass shootings continue ?
I think it will because, there's nothing to indicate that the US is about to have a Kumbaya moment. i.e. I expect More of the Same, which means things continue as they have since October 2017.
It's not like the US economy is getting any stronger. As far as I can tell, the general public is getting more desperate. One metric there is the Record Auto Loan Delinquencies.
I guess a lot of people loan-financed new cars since 2009, mostly because they needed new cars.
Then ... firearms laws ? What do you think will happen there ?
I think more and more states will tighten up. Oregon's AB43 is one example.
They tried to make Oregon's laws stricter than California's, in one fell swoop. That did not make it on to the ballot. Thank God.
However, I think the end result is that owning AR15's & AR10's is going to get more difficult, in more states.