skeejcrwriotbzcrwReligion of peace strikes again.this is more the fault of gun laws than religionTwiggyand yet america will find a way not to blame their gun laws...
Belgium and France have strict gun laws, did that stop anyone?
"Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control show that on an average day, 91 Americans are killed with guns."
"There are nearly 12,000 gun murders a year in the U.S. – and despite falling crime rates, that number has barely changed since the late 1990s."
"America’s gun murder rate is more than 25 times the average of other developed countries."
Proper sources supplied @ https://everytownresearch.org/gun-violence-by-the-numbers/
Of course gun related deaths in a country where guns are common will be more. In contries where owning a gun is troublesome people will die more because of knives and other cold weapons. Also america has overall more crime than European contries and police there can shoot a criminal if it's necessary, therefore higher gun deaths.
There are tons of examples where a country has strict gun laws, but very high homicide rate, like mexico. Probably because of drug dealers and cartels. Cartels are fully armed unlike normal citizens. People who want to get a gun for malicious purpose will get it no matter what the laws are.