University of Texas, Austin Shooting: Author John Lott of 'More Guns, Less Crime' was to Speak at Campus Same Day as Shooting

by the Left Coast Rebel

Here we go. On queue, look for the usual far-left, anti-gun extremist groups to connect-the-dots or at least slobber over the timing of this. University of Texas, Austin, gun rights advocates were slated to meet today. Gun rights advocate and author, John Lott (pictured left) was going to speak as well:

In an unfortunate coincidence, several student organization, including the Libertarian Longhorns, the UT Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, the UT Objectivism Society and the UT Federalist Society planned to host John Lott, author of the book “More Guns, Less Crime,” at the UT Law School.

It was planned for 6 this evening.

“I don’t want to comment on any political aspects of this,” said Jeff Shi, a full-time student computer science student and the president of UT Students for Concealed Carry on Campus. “I hope everything turns out well and the only casualties are the bad guys.”

Oh my God, even Ayn Rand acolytes and Libertarians were going to gather today!

Never mind that law-abiding, licensed-concealed, heat-packing security, police and yes, perhaps faculty and students may have stopped the shooters(s) from killing dozens today with his 'assault rifle', Ak-47.

Remember, it takes time for authorities to arrive at a scene like this and mere minutes can make the difference between life and death for those caught in the middle of a terrible scene like today's UT shooting.

Soros-funded far-left, neo-Bolshevik hate sites will jump on this in 3,2,1....


  1. It's strange that so many mass murders with firearms happen in gun-free zones. I have yet to hear of any shootings, much less mass murder, at a gun show.

  2. Anyone with a brain with two synopsis that fire togeter can see this was planned. Just like the Jihadist that will go suicidal to promote Islam, it's not a reach to figure a Radical leftist will committ suicide by cops to promote the end of the 2nd amendment (which is why he's/she's getting away with such a high causualty rate to begin with).


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