Useful Idiot Threatens Mass Shooting with 3D Gun

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Austin James David West

Utahn threatened mass school shooting using 3D-printed gun, police say:
https://www.deseretnews.com/article/900029678/utahn-threatened-mass-school-shooting-using-3d-printed-gun-police-say.html

(Pat Reavy) A South Jordan man faces a criminal charge after police say he threatened to commit a mass shooting at a small South Salt Lake school using a gun made from a 3D printer.

Austin James David West, 23, was charged Aug. 9 in South Salt Lake Justice Court with making a threat of violence, a class B misdemeanor.

On Aug. 8, West was arrested at his home after he talked with another student “about using a gun to shoot students at Broadview University,” according to a Salt Lake County Jail report.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: What up, useful idiot? Even the less-plastic-variety of 3D guns are not made for mass shootings.

3-D Printed Gun Fires 6 Shots — Then Falls Apart:
https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/3-d-printed-gun-fires-6-shots-then-falls-apart-flna1C7404226

And, these “untraceable gun” comments are ridiculous. School shooters seek credit for their crimes, and often plan their deeds around a murder-suicide plot…

Wake up, and smell the tyranny. 3D guns allow for low-cost, temporary light-weight, individual self-defense against one to two attackers. In reality, what the State fears most about these weapons (even more so than their untraceable nature) is their ability to bypass metal detectors, as this stealthy quality makes them an ideal civilian tool for assassinating corrupt politicians and judges…

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