Failure to identify, perhaps not enough thorough investigations. In hindsight, this man should have been stopped.
We are blaming the NRA, knowing full well that the man would have obtained weapons by any means possible.
What if he had been a bartender and poisoned the drinks? Whom would you blame then? Jack Daniels?
The FBI didn't do their job.
The co workers could have been more insistent.
The ex wife/family could have pushed harder and pressed charges preventing the man from obtaining weapons.
The man's employer could have done more.
Hindsight is 20/20, isn't it?
Let me ask you this. How many times have you read some comments here that could be interpreted as incitement to violence? Sure, we have rules for that. But have we read them? Yeah, I think most of us have come across a few.
Fact is, we all are complacent at times.
So what is the answer? Can we prevent such heinous acts without infringing on the rights of our citizens,...you, me, all of us? Are we to become so suspicious of those around us that we can't trust anyone anymore?
This young man was Muslim. Are we to turn in all Muslims? What if an NRA member goes beserk and someone calls for identifying all NRA members? How about Clinton supporters, Trump supporters?
Why don't we identify the individual and go from there? No one group is responsible for the one member who goes crazy.
It is never all Muslims, all Christians, all NRA, all Dem, all Rep or whatever comes to mind. Start with the one person who happens to be a disturbed psycho.