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I can be corrected if I’m wrong, but I don’t recall any mass shootings under Trump leadership.
coincedence? Yes people are killing people in Liberal run cities more than ever before! Yeah let’s abolish the police, sounds great! If all of us law abiding gun owners turn in our guns, that should fix the problem right?
2019[edit]
For a more comprehensive list, see List of mass shootings in the United States in 2019.

DateLocationDeadInjuredTotalDescription
December 10, 2019Jersey City, New Jersey6[n 1]392019 Jersey City shooting: An officer approached a vehicle suspected of being used in a murder previously, he was shot and killed. In the resulting suspect chase and police confrontation the two suspects were killed, along with three other civilians, a civilian and two cops were wounded as well.
December 6, 2019Pensacola, Florida4[n 1]812Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting: Three people were killed and 8 others were injured at a US Navy base. The suspect was killed by police.
December 5, 2019Miramar, Florida4[n 1]152019 Miramar shootout: Two suspects robbed a jewelry store which resulted in a police shootout that killed 2 people,[18] including a UPS truck driver who was on his 1st day on the job. Both suspects were killed by police.
November 17, 2019Fresno, California46102019 Fresno shooting: Ten people were shot, four fatally, at a football watch party.
November 14, 2019Santa Clarita, California3[n 1]36Saugus High School shooting: Two people were killed and three others were injured at Saugus High School. The gunman then eventually committed suicide.
October 31, 2019Orinda, California549Orinda Halloween Shooting: An overnight block party attended by over 100 people ended with five people killed, and four more wounded by gunfire.
October 14, 2019San Juan, Puerto Rico6062019 Río Piedras shooting: Six people were killed after a shootout near an apartment complex.
August 31, 2019Midland–Odessa, Texas8[n 1]25332019 West Texas shooting: Seven people were killed and 25 others were injured on the Interstate 20. The suspect was killed after a shoot-out with police.
August 4, 2019Dayton, Ohio10[n 1]27372019 Dayton shooting: Nine people were killed and 27 were injured outside of a bar. The perpetrator was killed by police.
August 3, 2019El Paso, Texas2323462019 El Paso shooting: A gunman killed 23 people and injured 23 others at a Walmart. The attack was a hate crime targeting Hispanic immigration. The gunman was arrested.
July 28, 2019Gilroy, California4[n 1]1519Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting: A gunman killed three people, including one 6-year-old boy, attending Gilroy's annual Garlic Festival; 12 more people were injured. The shooter killed himself.
May 31, 2019Virginia Beach, Virginia13[n 1]5182019 Virginia Beach shooting: A gunman killed 12 people and injured four others at a municipal building. The gunman was killed by police.[19]
May 7, 2019Highlands Ranch, Colorado189STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting: A school shooting was reported at STEM School Highlands Ranch, around 1:50 p.m, two shooters targeted separate locations and killed one student and injured eight more before being arrested.[20]
April 30, 2019Charlotte, North Carolina246University of North Carolina at Charlotte shooting: Six people were shot, two fatally, on the last day of classes at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The student gunman was taken into custody after he ran out of ammunition.[21]
April 27, 2019Poway, California134Poway synagogue shooting: One person was killed and at least three were wounded by a shooter at the Chabad of Poway synagogue.[22]
February 15, 2019Aurora, Illinois6[n 1]612Aurora, Illinois shooting: A 45-year-old man opened fire at a Henry Pratt Company plant and killed five people and injured six others. He was a former worker at the plant and he was killed in a shootout with police.
January 26, 2019Ascension and Livingston Parish, Louisiana505January 2019 Louisiana shootings: A 21-year-old man killed five people, including his parents, in two parishes in Louisiana.[23]
January 23, 2019Sebring, Florida5052019 Sebring shooting: Five people were killed in a hostage incident and shooting at a bank. The suspect was taken into custody by police.[24]
2018[edit]
For a more comprehensive list, see List of mass shootings in the United States in 2018.

DateLocationDeadInjuredTotalDescription
November 19, 2018Chicago, Illinois4[n 1]04Mercy Hospital shooting: A gunman opened fire in the Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago, killing a doctor at the hospital who was his former fiancée, a police officer, and one other person before being killed either by himself or by police.[25]
November 11, 2018Robbins, Illinois14[n 1]5Shooting of Jemel Roberson: A man re-entered a bar after being ejected and began to fire, wounding three people and becoming injured himself. Armed security guards apprehended the suspect. Responding officers saw one of the security guards with a gun, and shot and killed him.[26]
November 7, 2018Thousand Oaks, California13[n 1]1629Thousand Oaks shooting: A man entered a bar hosting a student line-dancing event and killed 12 people, including a police officer. 16 other people were injured, one of them by gunfire. The gunman then killed himself.[27][28]
November 2, 2018Tallahassee, Florida3[n 1]5[n 2]82018 Tallahassee shooting: A man entered a yoga studio and killed two women and injured five others; four by gunshots and one by pistol-whipping, before committing suicide.[29]
October 27, 2018Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania117[n 1]18Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: A man opened fire in the Tree of Life synagogue in an antisemitic attack, killing 11 people and injuring six others (including four police officers). The suspect, 46-year-old Robert G. Bowers, was taken into custody by police.[30][31]
October 3, 2018Florence, South Carolina21012Florence shooting: Officers were shot at during a two-hour standoff while attempting to execute a search warrant. The perpetrator held children hostage, killing one and wounding seven before being arrested.[32]
September 20, 2018Aberdeen, Maryland4[n 1]37Aberdeen shooting: An employee of the Rite Aid Distribution facility killed three victims before wounding herself. The shooter died later in the hospital.[33]
September 6, 2018Cincinnati, Ohio4[n 1]26Fifth Third Center shooting: A gunman entered a loading dock at the Fifth Third Center skyscraper and opened fire before entering the lobby of a building. Four people, including the shooter, were killed and two were injured.[34]
August 26, 2018Jacksonville, Florida3[n 1]1114Jacksonville Landing shooting: A gunman killed two people and wounded eleven more (nine with gunshot wounds) at a Madden NFL 19 competition before killing himself. The shooter was identified as David Katz, an individual who had reportedly been eliminated from the competition before the shooting.[35][36][37]
June 28, 2018Annapolis, Maryland527Capital Gazette shooting: A gunman entered the offices of The Capital Gazette and killed five employees and wounded two others.[38][39]
June 17, 2018Trenton, New Jersey1[n 1]22[n 3]23Art All Night shooting: Several gunmen wounded 17 people at the Art All Night festival. Five others were wounded when they were trampled by people around them. One of the suspected gunmen was shot and killed by police. Police suspect the shooting was gang-related.[40]
May 30–June 4, 2018Scottsdale, Arizona7[n 1]072018 Scottsdale shootings: Over the course of several days, a man killed a forensic psychiatrist, two paralegals, a counselor, and a couple from whom he took a handgun. The suspect killed himself when police began closing in on him.[41][42]
May 18, 2018Santa Fe, Texas1014[n 1]24Santa Fe High School shooting: A student at Santa Fe High School shot and killed 10 people and wounded 14 others. Explosive devices were also found, but they were not detonated. The suspect was taken into custody by police.[43]
April 22, 2018Nashville, Tennessee426Nashville Waffle House shooting: A gunman entered a Waffle House, where he killed four people and injured two others. He was later taken into custody.[44]
April 3, 2018San Bruno, California1[n 1]4[n 4]5YouTube headquarters shooting: A woman approached an outdoor patio at YouTube Headquarters and wounded three people before committing suicide, a fourth person was injured in the evacuation.[45]
March 9, 2018Yountville, California5[n 1][n 5]05Yountville shooting: A man entered the Veterans Home of California and held three staff members hostage. He killed the three staff members (and the unborn child of one of the staff members, who was pregnant) before killing himself in a murder–suicide.[46]
February 14, 2018Parkland, Florida171734Stoneman Douglas High School shooting: A former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School entered the school, killed 17 people, and wounded 17 others. He was taken into custody by police.[47][48]
January 28, 2018Melcroft, Pennsylvania5[n 1]16Melcroft shooting: A man shot and killed four people and wounded one other at a gas station before he committed suicide.
January 23, 2018Benton, Kentucky21618Marshall County High School shooting: A fifteen-year-old student killed two other students and injured sixteen others before discarding his weapon and attempting to hide among other students. He was apprehended by police.[49]
2017[edit]

DateLocationDeadInjuredTotalDescription
December 31, 2017Highlands Ranch, Colorado2[n 1]68Copper Canyon Apartment Homes shooting: After being called to a home for a report of a disturbance, five police officers were shot in an "ambush-style" attack. One officer was killed and the other four were wounded. Two other people were also wounded in a neighboring apartment. Officers later re-entered the apartment with a SWAT team and killed the suspect; another officer was injured in this exchange.[50]
December 7, 2017Aztec, New Mexico3[n 1]03Aztec High School shooting: A man walked into Aztec High School disguised as a student and killed two before killing himself.
November 13, 2017Tehama County, California6[n 1]1218Rancho Tehama Reserve shootings: A man killed his wife and hid her body under the floorboards of their home before killing two neighbors, firing at random at people, and then ramming his truck through the gates of an elementary school and firing at those inside. He then drove away and targeted other random victims before being rammed by police and shooting himself. He killed five people and injured twelve others (some with bullet wounds, others were injured by flying glass) before committing suicide.[51]
November 5, 2017Sutherland Springs, Texas27[n 1][n 5]2249Sutherland Springs church shooting: A gunman approached the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs and killed two people outside before entering and shooting at the congregation, killing 26 people (including an unborn child) and injuring 22. He was confronted by a local man with a gun, and they exchanged gunfire before entering a vehicle. The man flagged down another person and they began a high-speed chase of the gunman, which ended when the gunman went off the road and was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.[52][53][54]
October 1, 2017Las Vegas, Nevada61[n 1]4114722017 Las Vegas shooting: A man on the 32nd floor of a hotel opened fire on a country music festival happening outside, killing 60 people and injuring 867 others, with 411 of them suffering from gunshot wounds. The man then shot himself.[55][56][57][58][59]
September 24, 2017Antioch, Tennessee18[n 1]9Burnette Chapel shooting: A man killed a woman outside the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ before entering the chapel and wounding seven others. During a struggle with an usher, the man shot himself in the chest. The usher ran to his car to get his own pistol and held the man at gunpoint until police arrived to arrest him.[60]
September 10, 2017Plano, Texas9[n 1]1102017 Plano shooting: A man entered his ex-wife's home while she was hosting a football-watching party and killed her and seven others, and wounded one other. He was killed by police.[61]
August 28, 2017Clovis, New Mexico246Clovis library shooting: A sixteen-year-old killed two people and wounded four others at a public library before surrendering to police.[62]
July 1, 2017Little Rock, Arkansas02828Little Rock nightclub shooting: Twenty-eight people were injured (twenty-five directly by gunfire) when shooting broke out in a nightclub where rapper Finese 2Tymes was performing.[63]
June 30, 2017New York City, New York2[n 1]68Bronx-Lebanon Hospital attack: A former hospital employee killed a doctor and wounded six others before he committed suicide.
June 14, 2017San Francisco, California4[n 1]59San Francisco UPS shooting: A gunman entered his workplace and singled out coworkers, killing three and wounding five, before committing suicide.[64]
June 14, 2017Alexandria, Virginia1[n 1]67Congressional baseball shooting: A gunman shot and wounded four people, including Republican Congressman and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, while they were practicing for the Congressional Baseball Game. Two others were also injured in other ways. The gunman was killed after being engaged by Capitol police officers assigned to protect Scalise and by police officers responding to the scene.[65]
June 8, 2017Eaton Township, Pennsylvania4[n 1]04Eaton Township Weis Markets shooting: An employee of a Weis Markets supermarket who was working a night shift barricaded the exits and killed three coworkers before killing himself.[66]
June 6, 2017Sandy, Utah3[n 1]25Sandy, Utah attack: A man rammed a vehicle containing his ex-girlfriend, three children and one other adult, opened fire, killing two and wounding two, then committed suicide.[67]
June 5, 2017Orlando, Florida6[n 1]06Orlando factory shooting: A former employee entered the factory through a rear exit and killed five employees and then himself.[68]
May 27, 2017Lincoln County, Mississippi81[n 1]92017 Mississippi shootings: A man killed eight people, including several family members and a sheriff's deputy, at three separate houses. He was injured by police and then arrested. The shooter later said he had intended to commit suicide by cop.[69]
May 12, 2017Kirkersville, Ohio4[n 1]04Kirkersville shooting: After taking two people hostage, a man shot and killed a police officer and two nurses at a nursing home before he killed himself.
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Fresno, California4042017 Fresno shootings: A man killed a security guard at a hotel, then killed three other people five days later. The attacks, committed against white people by a black suspect, are believed to have been racially motivated and the suspect believed there was a race war taking place between white and black people. He was taken into custody by police.[70]
April 10, 2017San Bernardino, California3[n 1]14North Park Elementary School shooting: A man entered an elementary school, telling school administrators he needed to drop something off for his wife. He entered the classroom where she was teaching and killed her, also killing a student and wounding another who were standing nearby. He then killed himself.[71]
March 26, 2017Cincinnati, Ohio21618Cincinnati nightclub shooting: Two men were killed and sixteen people were wounded after a fight escalated into a shooting at a crowded nightclub. One person was arrested.[72]
March 22, 2017Schofield and Rothschild, Wisconsin5[n 1]052017 Schofield/Rothschild shootings: A man demanded his wife sign divorce papers and after a confrontation, returned to her place of work and shot and killed four people before being killed by the police.[73]
January 6, 2017Broward County, Florida5611Fort Lauderdale airport shooting: A man killed five people and injured six in a shooting at Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport before running out of ammunition and lying on the ground to surrender to police. Thirty to forty other people were also hurt, with injuries not directly caused by gunfire.[74]
 

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Not to trivialize these numbers, but a mass shooting is described as 4 or more killed excluding the shooter. Many of these do not fit the definition, but far too many do, and again, many could have been prevented by many different methods.
 

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what does mass shooting have to do with the presidency? Chicago has more shooting with a Democratic government and the toughest gun laws than all mass shootings combined.
Math and reality are not liberal strong points.
 

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what does mass shooting have to do with the presidency? Chicago has more shooting with a Democratic government and the toughest gun laws than all mass shootings combined.
Nothing, it's just Democratic fuel to try and ban firearms like they allways do.
My opinion: Democrats are no more than domestic terrorists.
 

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what does mass shooting have to do with the presidency? Chicago has more shooting with a Democratic government and the toughest gun laws than all mass shootings combined.
look at Flint and Detroit. Both cities are typically in the top 5 most dangerous cities in the US, and Flint is normally one of the top 3 if not the top of that list. You ever want to see how a government failed, and continues to fail, watch the documentary flinttown on netflix.
 
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