The National Firearms Act of June 26, 1934

Federal Government History Jesuit Legal Mass Shooting

Notice that from the anniversary of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in 1934, until the passing of The National Firearms Act on June 26, 1934, was precisely 132-days later. And consider further than the Stoneman Douglas shooting of 2018, came 84-years after 1934.
United States of America = 132 / 84
Catholic Church = 132
Roman Catholic = 132

June 26, 177th day of the year *The Jesuit Order = 177
The act became effective 177-days after FDR’s January 30 birthday
June 26 was also 21-weeks after FDR’s birthday *Jesuit = 21 *Mafia = 21
Also a span of 19-weeks (133-days) *Government = 133

The actual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre was in ’29, meaning Stoneman Douglas was 89-years later.
St. Valentine’s Day = 89

Keep in mind this happened in ’34.
Gun Control = 139
Parkland = 139
America = 139
-139, 34th prime

1 Comment

  1. MichaelJLopez on June 17, 2022 at 10:13 am

    Hey Zach, the borders for the section on Saint Valentine’s Day is out of line. It’s cutting off parts of the paragraph.

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