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16-year-old victim of Maryland school shooting to be taken off life support, family says

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16-year-old victim of Maryland school shooting to be taken off life support, family says

BALTIMORE—The 16-year-old victim of Tuesday’s shooting at Great Mills High School will be taken off life support, her family announced Thursday night. Jaelynn Willey was one of two students who were injured after a third student, identified as 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rollins, opened fire in a hallway right before school started Tuesday, St.

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Michael Moore warns liberals that Trump is trying to scare them away from voting using his ‘guys with guns’

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Liberal activist Michael Moore is concerned that his fellow progressives are being scared off by President Donald Trump and his friends with guns.

Speaking to Bill Maher on Friday, Moore said that from the very beginning, Trump tried to scare people by encouraging his Second Amendment friends to prepare to fight back with their semiautomatic weapons if he loses the election. Now they're back.

"This time he's already got his gun guys. The guys with the guns. You saw this in Michigan," said Moore. "Showing up at the capitol for the last couple of weeks with their long arms and threatening everybody to the point where the governor, last Tuesday, just shut the legislature down. She was so afraid. I want to appeal to people to not be afraid of these guys with the guns. I went to high school with them. I know. They want to kill Bambi. That's their idea of a real fight. Them and a deer. If the deer were ever armed -- if it was a fair fight, these guys would never be in the woods."

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Trump’s ATF nominee stalled after conservatives express concerns over his position on gun rights

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President Donald Trump's appointee to the lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms was stalled Tuesday as conservatives expressed concern over his position on guns, Politico reported.

Chuck Canterbury, the former president of the Fraternal Order of Police was nominated last year but his appointment was held up by Republicans. Trump has complained that it was Democrats who held up nominations in the Senate.

“I don't personally support any more restrictions than are currently in the law,” said Canterbury when speaking to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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WATCH: Charlamagne tha God suggests African-Americans legally buy firearms so they don’t end up like Ahmaud Arbery

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During a panel discussion on MSNBC on Sunday afternoon, radio personality and commentator Charlamagne tha God briefly stunned host Alex Witt by first saying he wished shooting victim Ahmaud Arbery had been armed to defend himself before being gunned down by two white Georgia men -- then advised African-Americans to legally purchase a weapon so they don't meet the same fate.

With the Rev. Al Sharpton also on the panel, Lenard Larry McKelvey, who goes by the Charlamagne professional name, was blunt in his assessment of the two men-- since arrested -- who were filmed killing Aubery which led to their arrest two months after the incident.

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