Georgia Woman Arrested After Launching Shooting Spree

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in early 2020, the state of domestic affairs within the United States has continued to worsen. Indeed, the quality of life for the majority of Americans have declined, and the presidency of Joe Biden has certainly exacerbated and worsened this deterioration. While the American middle class has been struggling for decades, the housing boom which occurred during the pandemic caused housing prices to skyrocket. The reality of this development is that now as prices remain extremely high, wages continue to stagnate. Rampant inflation has crushed the American consumer, and now 60% of citizens are estimated to be living paycheck to paycheck.

While Biden and the federal government continue to do nothing to help struggling Americans, lawmakers from both parties continue to send billions of dollars in taxpayer funds to countries like Ukraine. As Americans struggle to make basic ends meet, the government funnels exorbitant amounts of their money to countries and causes unaligned with their interests. The out of hand spending tendencies of lawmakers in Washington continues; during the height of the pandemic $10 million was allocated for a gender studies project in Pakistan. Joe Biden and the Democrats in control of the federal government continue to target law abiding citizens while emboldening criminals and foreign nationals. At the same time that Biden and the Department of Homeland Security continue to permit thousands of illegal migrants to enter the nation through the porous southern border, they seek to restrict the 2nd amendment rights of citizens by attempting to prohibit gun ownership for those who smoke marijuana.

In one incident that certainly may not help bolster the cause of 2nd amendment supporters, a woman in Georgia went on a shooting spree in the state of Florida. Two people were wounded before she was apprehended; the individual claimed that a higher power was directing her to commit the assaults. She now faces assault charges, including attempted murder.