Are these Mass Murderers Fatherless?

I wonder how many of these mass murderers were raised by a single mother? That would seem like a critical aspect that is continually and conveniently avoided in efforts to distract.


66 thoughts on “Are these Mass Murderers Fatherless?

  1. Amen. I also wonder if they were on the toxic pharmaceutical SSRI drugs that make people go insane and become murderous. Most of the mass shooters have been. I also wonder if they worship the evil one. The two teens (guy and girl) that attacked the STEM school in Highlands Ranch (just up the street from us) were into worshiping Satan. The guy also wrote rants about how he hated Christians and other rants about the gay/transgender agenda and how he supported it. In any case, when somebody does something as evil as mass murder they are definitely filled with the evil one and his wickedness. Praying for our country and the world. God bless

  2. The governor of CA made a speech or something about these shooters having a history of misogyny and domestic abuse. About they idea of what a “man” is supposed to be and act.

    It’s a good point, single mothers…absent or abusive fathers. It’s not an excuse. We all have childhood issues. It does go back to dissatisfaction and anger over some dream life people feel entitled to.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      For some reason Granny, whenever a politician attempts to cite reasons why something did or did not happen, I am quite skeptical.

      The question remains in my mind though. Kids need a mother and a father, an absence of either sells the kids short always.

      1. A kid needs more than one adult, it’s too much for one person. I don’t know about a “mother” and a “father”. Good role models, mentors. A kid needs to grow up feeling loved and supported and not have to worry about food & shelter.
        Too many kids aren’t being allowed to be kids. To play and worry only about school, to grow with “kid” problems. To have more than one stressed out, tired adult to care for them. (Single dads have it just as rough as single moms)
        I agree that politicians speak with forked tongues. Your post reminded me of what I’d read. Its WAY more than a gun problem. It’s our broken society.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Yeah Granny, I’m not attempting to prove correlation and causation. It just seems that people are too happy to look in one direction, rather than all directions. I don’t think it’s a moot point, but something for parents to consider when times get tough. A failed marriage or union is hardest on the kids and it’s the kids who end up paying the consequences.

  3. Snopes suggests that this conjecture of yours is not true: “The claim that ‘26 out of the 27 deadliest mass shooters came from fatherless homes’ is based on a misreading of outdated statistics. Furthermore, this claim was based on a list of the ‘worst mass shooting’
    incidents (what appears to be eight or more deaths), and so did not include all of the mass shootings in the U.S. As this list only represented a small portion of the total number of mass shootings as of the time it was compiled, it simply does not provide enough data to come to any conclusions about how a mass shooter is impacted by a fatherless home.”

    Here is a link to the full article, should you ever decide to know what you’re talking about before tossing out provocative (and misleading) questions.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Snopes? Could you find a more unbiased source? Fandango, you’re so easy to trigger. You act as if certain questions are off limits, it’s almost like your close minded by choice rather than circumstance.

      What happened in your life Fandango that you feel the need to virtue signal so hard? It must’ve been something traumatic or your attempting to up your appeal. Either way, good try, but next time, why not instead of simply cutting and pasting someone else’s work, why not try and be original or at least sincere and post your own individual thoughts and opinions.

      1. I do post my own thoughts and opinions, BC, and when I do, you often tend to troll my comments section with your biased perspectives. I engage with you because it’s kind of interesting to see you twist yourself into a pretzel to try to counter me and justify your own warped opinions. And you continue to distract by blaming things like fatherless kids, video games, godlessness, mental illness, social media, and anything else your mind can conjure up for the volume and frequency of mass shootings in the U.S., rather than just admitting that guns, particularly military-style, high-capacity assault rifles, are the problem. I still cannot fathom why everyday, ordinary people need to own such killing machines. In any event, I think it best if we disengage. I won’t bother you by commenting on your posts and request that you do the same on my posts. Deal?

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Can you reference a blog post of mine where I referenced video games, godlessness, mental illness, social media or fatherless kids? I asked a question, plain and simple. No, please continue to comment as you see fit. As long as conversation doesn’t scare you.

          So, where does Black Lives Matter fit into your argument? You seem hellbent on blaming guns, yet I wonder what you’ll say when only the government and the cops are armed. Do cops target blacks?

          1. Fatherless kids: how about this post in which you “wonder how many of these mass murderers were raised by a single mother?” Since I don’t read most of your posts, nor do I listen to your podcast, I don’t know if you’ve written or podcasted about those other Second Amendment über alles excuses that most of your ilk cry about whenever there is a mass shooting.

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              Yeah, I asked a question. Is that not tolerated by you, to ask questions? Did you see the question marks I used in my post? Usually, a question mark indicates a question, not a statement.

              Fandango, are you familiar with the english language?

    2. bottomlesscoffee007

      Oh, and you never answered my question yesterday. Could you please tell me the actual definition of “mass shooting”? I would really appreciate it.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Hahahahahaha, I think you refrain from posting the definition because it doesn’t fit the fantasy you are attempting to portray. So, do you even know the standard definition of “mass shooting”?

          1. Fine: “Mass shooting” is defined as a multiple homicide incident in which four or more victims are murdered with firearms, within one event, and in one or more locations in close proximity.

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              I think you’ll love my latest post Fandango, you inspired it. And by the way, the term “mass shooting” has not been defined yet as a standard.

              1. The FBI defines mass murder as murdering four or more people during an event with no “cooling-off period” between the murders. Most such mass murders are shootings.

                1. bottomlesscoffee007

                  Whoa, where did you find that standardized definition Fandango? From what I gather, the definition is not yet standardized. Unless you are once again using your own interpretations.

                    1. bottomlesscoffee007

                      So, now that you’ve discovered the definition of mass murder, what then is the definition of “mass shooting”? Thanks for proving my point Fandango.

                    2. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Ha, ah Fandango, so easy to rile up and trigger. Why is your heart and mind so closed off to reality?

                    3. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Here’s a clue, murder doesn’t exist, where people do not exist. Rape doesn’t exist, where people do not exist. How come the term “mass stabbing” hasn’t come about yet? How come the term “mass bludgeoning” hasn’t come about yet? What about gang rape? When’s the last time someone was charged with a gang rape?

                      Because Fandango, “mass shooting” is a political term, meant to incite fear and empower the government.

                    4. So what other words, besides “mass shooting,” would YOU use, BC, to describe what someone who committed mass murder with a firearm has done? I’d be interest in the words you would use to describe the action of someone who goes into a public place and, using firearms, shoots and kills multiple people if not “mass shooting.” What would you call that?

                    5. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Mass murder, a term that is standardized and definitively recognized. Because as you can read Fandango, there is no standard for death with a “mass shooting”. Otherwise it’s simply assault or manslaughter.

                    6. I gave you the generally accepted definition of mass shootings. Then you asked about the FBI definition and I gave you the official FBI definition of mass murders. As I told you in a previous comment, other than bombs, most mass murders are carried out with firearms. In other words, mass shootings. So either you are daft or your just being deliberately argumentative.

                    7. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Is that the FBI definition? Well then, perhaps you can show me where you found the FBI definition.

                      “Most” mass murders? “Most” would imply that statement is not accurate. Where do knives or vehicles come into the bracket?

                    8. I gave you a link. You do know how to use the Internet, don’t you? By the way, except for car accidents, how many mass murders, using the FBI definition, have been committed by vehicles? How many incidences of the murder of four or more people on a single occasion have been committed by knife? Seriously, BC, why can’t you just acknowledge that “most” (almost all) mass murders in the US have been committed using guns?

                    9. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Because it’s not true Fandango. Apparently you found the FBI actual definition of “mass shooting” yet, the reality of who causes the most murders seems to escape you. The instrument that is most prevalent also seems to escape you. Or…you just refuse to learn something.

                      When someone is killed, does it matter what was used or who dun it? Can you prove intent? If you cannot prove intent, then obviously you are willfully ignoring what kills the most people every year, and has since the beginning of time.

                    10. “…the reality of who causes the most murders seems to escape you. The instrument that is most prevalent also seems to escape you. Or…you just refuse to learn something.”

                      So educate me, BC. What instrument is most prevalent in the murder of four or more people in one incident (i.e, MASS murder)? And who causes the most MASS murders? And we’re not talking about since the beginning of time — or at least I’m not. I’m talking about 21st century America.

                      Does it matter who committed the murders? You can’t be seriously asking that question. And intent? The intent of someone, armed with a high-capacity assault rifle, who goes to a public place with a with a — a Walmart, a mall, a church, an office building, a movie theater, a concert, a festival — has but one intent: carnage…to brutally kill as many innocent people as possible. What is your argument t against that, BC?

                    11. bottomlesscoffee007

                      It ain’t AR15s Fandango. AR15s are used in almost the smallest amount of crimes. You can ban all you want, in the end though, nothing will change, except the ability of someone to defend themselves.

                      That’s all gun control does, it disarms the law abiding citizens and empowers the criminal.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      A question, not an assertion. Are they fatherless or not? Do fatherless kids benefit from being raised by a single mother?

      1. Anonymous

        As a single mother who does her best to raise two children, I have to admit I find the question a bit biased and assertive of certain commonly held feelings. I, for one, blame religion for these mass shootings.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          At least you admit your bias led you to interpret my post the way you did. Yeah, religion is akin to politics, so naturally it is used as a tool, like politics or women’s lib or feminism is used to convince people of things that aren’t real.

          The question wasn’t whether or not you or any other single mother or parent for that matter does “their best”. What is the benefit for the kids in a single parent household? That is the question.

      2. Anonymous

        As a single mother of two wonderful children, your question seems pointed and assertive of commonly held beliefs of very religious and conservative people. I for one blame religion for these mass shootings, particularly books like the bible and the quran. These are manuals for toxic masculinity and femininity. They are the blue prints for toxic judgement and have inspired countless atrocities.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          What about the Tora? Toxic masculinity, femininity? Yeah, you can blame unicorns also if you want. Why would you have kids with a man that you had no intention of staying with?

  4. Anonymous

    You can deride my use of “buzzwords” all you like, but the bottom line is, if there is a God he definitely is making these things happen. If there is not a God, it is idiots like you who pedal your bullshit beliefs on others so that you can feel superior. What happens when someone (a strong independent woman perhaps) calls you out? You accuse them of virtue signaling or having led to believe something that isn’t true. How many atrocities were committed in the name of god? Millions of not billions. Men and women just like you, so pious and pure, so God loving, all the while raping and slaughtering the innocent. Where did you learn exactly how to do it? From your gods handbook. Where did you get the justification? From your gods handbook. Even a horse will run to a serpent to step on it, as it is dangerous. What do you do when danger rears it’s ugly head in the form of a mass shooter? Throw single mothers to the serpent, because they are different from what you have read in your book. Or worse yet, because some right wing Quasi-religious talking head told you to think that way. You truly are a coward for even daring to suggest that it is that a woman could be to blame for these mens vile actions. Shame! Shame on you!

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Yikes, sounds like you have some anger issues to deal with. Maybe that’s why your union didn’t work out. Maybe, do some self reflection or better yet, try to mend your marriage.

  5. Anonymous

    And yes, parents benefit from being raised by a parent who loves them, and as to why I would choose to raise children without a partner, if you must know, sometimes it is not an option to sta y together i. This world. Should I have let him best me to death? Should I have let him prostitute me to feed his habit? Maybe I should have become a whore, maybe that’s what you think Jesus wants all women to be. Just dirty little white for your own amusement. You truly are scum. Shame! Shame! Shame!

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Maybe you should pick your partners better. It’s not my fault that you cannot think past third base. Maybe draw up a plan for your life and develop goals to attain. At least then you’ll be working towards something. Give it your best!

      1. Anonymous

        You sound just like him! Sidestepping the initial issue and making this my problem! How dare you??? Shame! Shame! You probably beat your poor spouse and tell her it s her own fault and to get her life together. Who am I kidding, you probably don’t have a spouse because you’re a car alcoholic loser podcasting from his poor mothers basement.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Hahahahaha, oh man, that’s rich. I can tell that you are a total gem. You seem so pleasant to be around.

          Ooo, have you listened to my TidePodcast? Thanks, I appreciate the listen. Perhaps tune in more often, you might be entertained.

        2. bottomlesscoffee007

          Don’t forget to tell your probation officer about my TidePodcast as well. I’m fairly new and I’m trying to grow an audience.

          Thanks again

  6. Anonymous

    Yes, unfortunately I have heard your sleaze filled podcast. I stumbled on it while reading one of my favorite knitting blog, and I have to say you sound like a real misogynistic piece of shit. some of your guests are surprisingly intelligent though. Kate is wonderful, you could learn a lot from her if you weren’t so arrogant.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Oh man, that’s awesome. Kate’s wonderful and an awesome addition to the team. I honestly wish more people like her had the balls to come on and talk. Instead, people like you hide and cast stones.

      Misogynistic piece of shit, wow, have you been reading about adjectives?

      Well, keep on reading and listening, maybe you’ll learn something.

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