EVIL INCARNATE: Senator Jay Rockefeller Calls for Gun Control and MORE PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS!!
The Rockefeller family have been strict supporters of gun control for many years because they are one of the handful of families who fund and influence the politicians through their manipulation of monetary systems and control of natural resources like land, oil, gold, and diamonds.
They belong to the aristocratic club that wants to further enslave humanity using the political system, as that is what political systems are designed to do, they create mental cages.
This should be no surprise to people who are familiar with the history of this family and the nature of gun control, but recently a Rockefeller in the Senate has issued a statement using the recent shooting as an excuse to push for gun control.
According to the State Journal,Â Jay Rockefeller recently issued the following statement:
â€śI voted for the assault weapons ban in 1994, which also included a ban of high capacity clips, and itâ€™s unacceptable that it hasnâ€™t been reauthorized.
West Virginia has a proud hunting tradition and respect for the Second Amendment.
But most hunters I talk with know that prohibiting the use of military-grade weapons or clips that can fire dozens of rounds in a matter of seconds will not impact those traditions, nor do they have a place on our streets.Â We need to pass a bill that will again prohibit such weapons.â€ť
In addition, Rockefeller discussed the need to funnel more people into a state sanctioned and tax funded mental health system, which would undoubtedly include the distribution of harmful psychoactive drugs that have been known to play a role in many violent crimes.
In the statement he also said that:
â€śPreventing gun violence is a clear issue here, but this horrible tragedy also brings to the forefront the need for a renewed national dialogue on mental health.
Today, Medicaid is the largest payer of mental health services in the U.S.Â Unfortunately, as both state and federal budget cuts have mounted nationwide, both inpatient and community services for children and adults living with serious mental illness have been downsized or eliminated.”