Who Takes a Weapon to a Madden NFL E-Games Tournament

Who Takes a Weapon to a Madden NFL Gaming Tournament

Are you ready for some football?!

It appears that the NFL Kneelers have something else to protest, though I doubt any will.  And in the spirit in which most of the kneeling thugs were raised, we have mayhem in their wake. 

No, not at a nightclub or a strip club, but this fracas happened at a Madden NFL e-gaming tournament.

According to a report by ABC,

Multiple fatalities were reported in a mass shooting that erupted Sunday afternoon at a Madden NFL e-games tournament in a popular area of Jacksonville, Florida, and one suspect was dead at the scene, sheriff’s officials said.

It was not immediately clear how many victims were killed or injured in the incident, which occurred just before 2 p.m. in the Jacksonville Landing section of the city.

“Multiple fatalities at the scene, many transported,” the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office tweeted at 2:45 p.m.

I asked earlier, who takes a weapon to such an event?

I haven’t been into video games for quite some time, but is it really that serious? Because from the sounds of it, there may have been multiple shooters.

The story continues,

The shooting broke out at a sanctioned Madden NFL 19 Classic qualifier event at the GLHF Game Bar in the Jacksonville Landing area.

Sheriff’s officials said one suspect was killed at the scene.

“We are finding many people hiding in locked areas at The Landing. We ask you to stay calm, stay where you are hiding,” the sheriff’s office said in a tweet. “SWAT is doing a methodical search inside The Landing. We will get to you. Please don’t come running out.”

Earlier the sheriff’s office tweeted, “#LandingMassShooting at the Jacksonville Landing. Stay far away from the area. The area is not safe at this time,” the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office tweeted Sunday afternoon.

Of course the gun control nuts will converge, blaming guns for the situations. But I suggest they examine other factors first.

For example, the backgrounds of NFL players. Many of these people come from criminal backgrounds.

And though the NFL has been “wussified” over the past decades, the kneelers have brought attention to violence against blacks. Speaking of which, should we assume police shot up this event?

While Federal and state authorities have deployed various law enforcement to the scene, we still don’t have all the details. One detail is for sure, however. No NFL kneelers were present or called to help defuse the situation. Instead it was the beleaguered men and women in blue who responded. And while many people ran or hid from the gunman or gunmen, you can bet your ass that police ran into harm’s way to protect the masses.

They did so, without care of color, gender, religion, or anything else of the gamers who were at risk.

However, if Colin Kaepernick had been within a block of this horrific scene, he would not have put himself at risk. Nor would any of the other kneelers. Further, these lying self-indulgent rich pricks watch from the comfort of their lavish homes, as their cities become war zones every evening. Think Kaepernick or his ilk involve themselves with solving problems in their communities outside of their “fakes” charities? Think again.

Check out Bleeding Blue at a theater near you on Sept 7. You will see the real job of law enforcement, just as it played out in Jacksonville, FL.

 

 

 

 

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