Why Has The Binghamton Shooting Been Forgotten?
The 2009 Binghamton, N.Y., shooting is tied for second-deadliest during Barack Obama's presidency. So why isn't it mentioned more?
You might not have heard about one of the deadliest shootings in American history.
According to Mother Jones, that massacre is tied with the San Bernardino shooting for second-deadliest during Barack Obama's presidency.
Yet, Binghamton rarely is mentioned in the president's speeches. (Video via The White House)
According to Vocativ, Binghamton's former mayor said, "It is kind of a mystery why Binghamton isn't part of the [mass shooting] lexicon, which I'm glad about in some ways — that's not necessarily something you want to be known for." (Video via WBNG)
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