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Obama Holds THIS Terrible New Distinction Over His Four Predecessors – Shock!

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Before the most recent terrorist attack, which resulted in the death of 14 people in San Bernardino, California, President Barack Obama had rocketed past his four predecessors in one grim category: having the most mass shootings during his presidency.

And this president, the most pro-gun-control president in modern American history, still has a little more than a year to pad his regrettable lead.

Is the problem that we don’t have enough regulations or laws? Remember, Obama has passed 23 gun control executive orders since the Sandy Hook shooting, and he still wants to do more.

With all he’s done, 5 of the 12 deadliest gun massacres in U.S. history took place during his first term in office alone! When mass shooting incidents – defined as an event where four or more people are shot – are totaled by presidency:

Ronald Reagan 1981-1989 (8 years)
11 mass shootings
5 incidents with 8 or more deaths

George H. W. Bush 1989-1993 (4 years)
12 mass murders
3 incidents with 8 or more deaths

Bill Clinton 1993-2001 (8 years)
23 mass murders
4 incidents with 8 or more deaths

George W. Bush 2001-2009 (8 years)
20 mass murders
5 incidents with 8 or more deaths

Barack H. Obama 2009-2015 (7 years)
163 mass murders
19 incidents with 8 or more deaths
* Including the San Bernardino, California shooting December 2, 2015

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There are more gun laws on the books in 2015 than there were during any previous presidency. There are also more ‘gun-free zones’ where a person is not supposed to possess a gun.

Here’s a selected list of events during Obama’s tenure in the White House:

December 2, 2015. San Berardino, California. 15 dead, 21 injured + 2 assailants killed.
November 29, 2015. Colorado Springs, Colorado. 3 dead, 9 injured.
October 1, 2015. Roseburg, Oregon. 9 dead, 9 injured. 1 assailant killed self.
July 16, 2015. Chattanooga, Tennessee. 5 dead, 3 injured. 1 assailant killed.
June 18, 2015. Charleston, South Carolina. 9 dead.
May 23, 2014. Isla Vista, California. 6 dead, 7 injured. 1 assailant killed.
April 2, 2014. Ft Hood, Texas. 3 killed, 16 injured. 1 assailant killed.
September 16, 2013. Washington DC. 12 dead, 3 injured. 1 assailant killed.
June 7, 2013. Santa Monica, California. 5 dead. 1 assailant killed.
December 14, 2012. Newtown, Connecticut. 27 dead, 1 injured. 1 assailant killed.
October 21, 2012. Brookfield, Wisconsin. 3 dead, 4 injured. 1 assailant killed.
September 28, 2012. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 6 dead, 2 injured. 1 assailant killed self.
August 5, 2012. Oak Creek, Wisconsin. 6 dead, 3 injured. 1 assailant killed self.
July 20, 2012. Aurora, Colorado. 12 dead, 58 injured.
April 2, 2012. Oakland, California. 7 dead, 3 injured.
October 12, 2011. Seal Beach, California. 8 dead, 1 injured.
January 8, 2011. Tucson, Arizona. 6 dead, 11 injured.
August 3, 2010. Manchester Connecticut. 8 dead, 2 injured.
February 12.2010. Huntsville, Alabama. 3 dead, 3 injured.
November 5, 2009. Ft Hood, Texas. 13 dead, 32 injured.
April 3, 2009. Binghamton, New York. 13 dead, 4 injured. 1 assailant killed self.

H/T: LATimes, WashingtonPost, TruthStreamMedia

After looking at these numbers, what are your thoughts? It seems the problem is with Obama presidency, would you agree? Share your comments below and let us know what you think!

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