A reported mass shooting was reported to have taken place during a video game tournament featuring the Madden NFL 19 football game. The tournament was broadcasting over a live stream when an unidentified gunman opened fire at the GLHF Game Bar, located in Jacksonville, Florida, and it was caught on film. Reports state that four*** are dead with at least 11 people shot.

*** UPDATE 11:07 EST *** Later reports state that three people have lost their lives, including the shooter.

*** Update *** The suspected shooter has been reported dead and authorities were investigating the possibility of another suspect, but it appears that the shooter has likely committed suicide.

The video shows one young person playing a video game and what appears to be a red laser dot on his chest area. Then shots are heard and the video screen is covered while the sounds of people amid chaos break out in the background.

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The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Department confirmed the shooting and urged people to stay away from the location known as the “Landing.”

The Sheriff’s Office warned media to stay away in hopes to keep everyone safe and likely to allow more room for the first responders to do their jobs in the most efficient way possible.

Fox News reported the following: “We ask you to stay calm, stay where you are hiding. SWAT is doing a methodical search inside The Landing,” police said. “We will get to you. Please don’t come running out.”

Drini Gjoka, who won the 2018 Madden Challenge, said on Twitter he was injured in the shooting in a series of posts on Twitter.

“The tourney just got shot up. Im leavinng [sic] and never coming back,” Gjoka wrote.

“I am literally so lucky. The bullet hit my thumb,” he posted. “Worst day of my life.”

SK Gaming, a professional eSports organization based in Germany, said it sent a player to the event in Florida that there was a shooting at the tournament.

“There was a shooting at the Madden tournament in Jacksonville. Our player @JoelCP_ is safe. Our thoughts are with everyone that had to be part of such a horrendous event. Stay strong, stay safe,” the organization tweeted. ”

Ever since the Parkland shooting that left almost two dozen dead thanks to a troubled kid who shot them up and the police not storming the building to do anything to help, there has been an absurd amount of negative attention being pushed in an anti-NRA agenda, often making it seem like the NRA is to blame. It’s mostly leftist leaning people who push their anti-gun agenda, placing blame on the weapon and the NRA, but not focusing on the person behind the weapon.

It looks that way when people post on social media or hold signs suggesting that the “NRA HAS BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS” when in fact the NRA is not responsible for any of the crimes committed by other people who chose to do horrible things. One cannot blame an organization that promotes gun safety for the crimes committed by others. That doesn’t make much sense.

Now that we’ve had another mass shooting, that only leaves us with one question to ask.

How long until David Hogg blames the NRA for this one?

The correct answer is that David Hogg shouldn’t say anything unless it’s something that offers condolences to the families and friends affected by the mass shooting.

Anyone who blames the NRA on this shooting should be ashamed of themselves for not focusing their attention on the individual shooter. There is one person responsible for this crime and that’s the person behind the trigger.

No one else takes the blame but the shooter.

Hopefully, people like David Hogg don’t publicize another mass shooting to push their anti-gun agenda while the families struggle to deal with this horrible situation.

There is no time for the anti-gun agenda when we need to focus on bigger issues such as “WHY” is a person opening fire into a crowded room of young people playing video games.

If you want answers, then start asking the right questions and stop blaming people or organizations that don’t have anything to do with the crime committed.

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