We, as a nation, have become desensitized to the shock and pain in the wake of mass shootings. In the bottomless silence between gunshots, as political stalemate ensures inaction, the killing continues; the dying continues. From a Taller Tower attends to the silence that has left us empty in the aftermath of these atrocities.
“White supremacy is the garb they wrap themselves in to cover their raging sense of victimhood and narcissism,” McGraw said of the Buffalo suspect.
what creative writing
MSNBC as I consider it is an illicit actor functioning a racial agenda off of sensationalism for profit. This is how the description of his book ends
Drawing on the experiences of survivors and first responders as well as the knowledge of mental health experts, McGraw challenges the notion of the “good guy with a gun,” the idolization of guns (including his own), and the reliability of traumatized memory.
looks like you are going to have to pay 11 dollars to some publishing company if you want to hear the start of that argument. One should notice every time liberals want to change the constitution they promote 'experts' who just write books of grief porn and shame. The same experts who think giving 6 year olds a trans talk is appropriate, same experts who segregate themselves to segregated schools so they can call it a hate crime when their school bus gets pulled over. They literally consider shame engineers like a new field of expertise.