I have a question!
First a few facts: the British, the Australians, the Canadians, and in fact the EU, has the same percentage mentally ill as the US. Question: Why don't they have as many "mass shootings" per capita as the US does?!
Lets say we have more mentally ill than they do -- which according to WHO we do not and neither according to older studies sited in Wikipedia. http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/noncommunicable-diseases/mental-health/data-and-statistics
But lets say we do have 100% more mentally ill than the EU.
Then why don't they have half as many, even 1/10th as many, even 1% as many mass shootings (adjusted for populations) as we do?
If the guns are not a problem and mental illness is, then why doesn't the mathematics of it compute?
Have a good weekend everyone!