Jacksonville shooting has e-gamers questioning U.S. gun laws, and rightfully so (VIDEO)


The organizers of Morocco’s bid for the 2026 World Cup were anything but subtle.

“Morocco is one of the world’s safest countries, with low rates of day-to-day crimes,” organizers stated in the executive summary of their bid, specifically touting the country’s “exceptionally low murder rates, benefiting from very low gun circulation."

Safety wasn't a deciding factor when FIFA awarded the 2026 World Cup to North America, a bid led by the United States. Money and infrastructure were. But after yet another mass shooting, this time at a gaming tournament in Jacksonville, we cannot assume that will always be the case.  
Source: USA Today

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