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Denver School Shooter Was Typical Gun Control Advocate
“He had very strong beliefs about gun laws and stuff. I also heard he was bullied a lot.”
At first glance, you might assume that Pierson was a strong advocate of gun rights, not gun control. But if you read the entire Denver Post article about Karl Pierson and his ‘strong’ political opinions, you will learn the real story:
Pierson also appears to mock Republicans on another Facebook post, writing “you republicans are so cute” and posting an image that reads: “The Republican Party: Health Care: Let ‘em Die, Climate Change: Let ‘em Die, Gun Violence: Let ‘em Die, Women’s Rights: Let ‘em Die, More War: Let ‘em Die. Is this really the side you want to be on?”
So Karl Pierson was a big progressive liberal…
The 18-year-old Colorado man who shot a fellow student before killing himself Friday intended to shoot numerous people, but his rampage was interrupted by a school resource officer who responded to the shooting, officials said Saturday.
Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson holds a picture of Claire Davis the 17-year-old student that was shot by 18-year-old shooting suspect Karl Halverson Pierson at the school on Friday before he took his own life.
“His intent was evil,” Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said of Karl Halverson Pierson. “And his evil intent was to harm multiple individuals.”
Robinson said the student gunman purchased the pump-action shotgun used in the shooting incident legally on Dec. 6 at a local retail outlet, then legally purchased multiple rounds of shotgun ammunition on Friday morning.
Pierson was also armed with a machete and three Molotov cocktails, one of which was set off. Robinson said the explosives were made of 12 to 16 ounce bottles containing flammable liquid and were brought into the school in a backpack. The weapons were found on and around the shooter's body, he said. Pierson set off one of the Molotov cocktails, setting a fire in the library.