Yes Danny Boy, it DOES work that way everywhere except in your little fantasy world. When someone asks YOU questions about YOUR statistics the onus is on YOU to answer, not on the questioner. I argued that I believe a significant portion of your statistic isn't what you portray it to be, asked pointed questions to determine what the truth is and you have refused to answer the questions. I could always do as you would and declare myself the imaginary winner by default but I wouldn't want to horn in on your routine. I'll just continue to wait for you to man-up and answer. Meanwhile I'll still be entertained by your squirming. Try again, you're still batting ZERO.<quoted text>
Sorry, it doesn't work that way - and you know it.
When you make an assertion, the burden is on you to prove it. You claim that the majority of gun killings in the US are committed by criminals with a previous history of gun violence or the dangerously mentally ill.
But you haven't provided a SPECK of evidence to support that claim.
No, you want me to try to disprove your assertion. If I made claims without evidence and demanded that you prove me wrong, you'd laugh in my face. As you should
So...LOL in your face!
Laugh all you like Danny Boy, the joke's still on you.