2013 Total Deaths in the United States of America: 2,596,993 (100% of total deaths) (source: cdc.gov)
2013 Murders in the United States of America: 16,121 (0.062% of total deaths) (source: cdc.gov)
2013 Firearms related murders in the United States of America: 11,208 (0.043% of total deaths) (source: cdc.gov)
2013 Murders with Rifles (note: “Assault Rifles” is a subcategory of “Rifles”): 285 (1.77% of murders, 2.54% of fire arms related murders, 0.01% of total deaths) (source: fbi.gov)
2013 “Mass Shootings” in the United States of America: 137 (0.85% of total murders, 1.2% of fire arms related murders, 0.005% of total deaths) (source: usatoday.com)
United States intentional homicide rate: 4.7 per 100,000 (108 / 218 countries) (Don’t forget to re-crunch the numbers after removing the stats for all the liberal gun control cities like Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, etc. If you really want to piss off a liberal, crunch them by race too.)
United States firearms ownership per capita: 88.8 (1 / 218 countries)
Comparing and Contrasting Firearms Ownership per Capita with Intentional Homicide Rate per Capita
|Rank in Gun Ownership||Country||Rate per 100,000||Rank in Homicide||Rank in Homicide||Country||Rate per 100,000||Rank in Gun Ownership|
|3||Yemen||54.8||109||3||United States Virgin Islands (US)||52.6||Unknown|
|10||Norway||31.3||155||10||Saint Kitts and Nevis||33.6||Unknown|
See that direct correlation between gun ownership and violent murders? Oh… you don’t? Yea, me neither. Suck it, liberal swine. Molon labe!
“This type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries.*” — Barack Obama on Thursday, June 18th, 2015 in remarks at the White House
*Except: U.K., Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Spain, Norway and more… Don’t forget to adjust for deaths per capita when comparing lower population countries with the United States.