So here you have the shooter identified as Jaylen Fryberg, a high school freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. He's depicted as a member of the Tulalip Native American Tribe, a popular student, a homecoming prince, and a football player, and a hunting enthusiast. Does not look at all like a person ready to commit homicide / suicide. As always, the question should be: Were SSRI's involved? No info as of yet.
But regardless, in another news article:
in the comments section, we see a commenter named RatFace who says:RatFace 1 hour ago
"There's no point in arguing further. 594 will pass 65 - 35%. 591 will fail similarly. We will have to shoot it out at a later date folks. Best thing now is to focus on the kids. Take a few days off work and hang out. Go for a hike or a walk. Be nice to your wife. Have a beer. Except for several former parents, things will be fine tomorrow."
So I was like, "what the hell is 594?"
And I found this:
"The Washington Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases, Initiative 594 is on the November 4, 2014 ballot in the state of Washington as an Initiative to the Legislature. If approved by voters, the measure would require background checks to be run on every person purchasing a gun in the state of Washington, even those who are doing so via private sales. However, transfers of antique guns and those between immediate family members would be exempt from the background checks. The measure also requires that dealers who are facilitating gun transfers, be they through the licensed dealer or a private seller, receive confirmation in writing from the chief of police or sheriff that the purchaser in question "is eligible to possess a pistol [...] and that the application to purchase is approved by the chief of police or sheriff." Furthermore, the initiative would render it illegal to hand off a firearm to people outside a person's immediate family, though exceptions are mentioned, including situations in which people are at a shooting range or hunting."
And it even says that even law enforcement agencies are opposed to it because "they’d be confronted with a mandate to perform additional background checks without being granted the money to oversee the new requirements."
This I-594 bill would severely hamper websites like Armslist where people can buy face to face from private owners.
THEREFORE, I would have to say that the school shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High is a scripted event engineered to manufacture public consent to I-594. Bear in mind, voting is completely useless and fraudulent, and your vote doesn't count, but it will be believed now. With today's shooting, 10 days before the "vote," and all the spin and lies from mainstream media, and all the parental tears, the initiative will surely pass. You watch. It is really sick how this "Problem-Reaction-Solution" process works.