When nations and states began locking down in March, we forecast crime would steadily rise.
As Gerald Celente notes, “When people lose everything and have nothing left to lose, they lose it.”
And, now, people across the nation and around the world who have lost their livelihoods are losing their lives.
In New York City, there have been over 400 shootings since the start of the year, and deaths from gunshots are up over 60 percent as of 14 July compared to last year.
Over the weekend of the 4th of July, 44 people were shot, with ten of them killed.
According to FBI data, in March, a record was set for the most background checks requested for gun purchases since the system was set up 20 years ago. The FBI received 9.7 million background check requests compared to just over seven million during the same period a year ago.
In June alone, background checks for firearms went up 136 percent compared to a year ago.
TRENDPOST: In presidential election years, one subject that had been a major campaign issue in the United States was gun control. Not this time!
In fact, even in what are considered “liberal” Democratic states, there is no political opposition to the soaring gun sales trend.

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