Sunday night October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada the worst mass shooting in American history took place. Over 50 people shot and over 200 injured. The gunman was killed by police. His alleged accomplice has been apprehended.
Details as to why this happened are not yet known. Was it an act of domestic terrorism? Or international terrorism? The speculations are all over the place. We may never know the answers to all questions.
This is not the time to discuss financial futures. This is not the time to talk politics. This is not the time to place blame on anyone.
This is a time for our country to mourn. This is a time to heal. This is also a time for hope. Because we live in the greatest country in the world. We will recover.
There has been far too much hate from all Americans. Some when criticizing others for hating use hate in response.
When did disagreeing with someone automatically make you a ‘racist’ or ‘sexist’ or ‘inhumane’ or on and on? When did a debate mean ‘hate’ if you disagreed?
The shooter, in my opinion, was a sick person full of hate that consumed him.
Sadly, these events are unavoidable, as much as we want to avoid them. There will always be sick people.
Right now, my prayers are with the victims, their families and friends and whose who have and will help.