Oh the savage that facts make when Shaun King has NO CLUE what he is talking about then tweets his lack of knowledge for the whole world to see! Not only was the heinous massacre still very new to the families of the injured and recently deceased – the attention seeking King tweeted a political statement about the massacre and gun control…then got his facts WRONG. Not a big surprise, there’s very little he says that is based in fact but rather his own misguided opinion. This is the embarrassing tweet, the former leader of BLM, sent out yesterday early in the morning:
“The weapons used to mow down hundreds of people in Las Vegas were designed as human killing machines. Weapons of war. Should be banned.”
The weapons used to mow down hundreds of people in Las Vegas were designed as human killing machines. Weapons of war. Should be banned.
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) October 2, 2017
There’s only one problem with that statement… they are already banned. LOL And Twitter followers were quick to point out that simple fact right away! One twitter user volleyed back with this truth bomb:
“They already are banned, would you like to ban them again? Maybe that will do the trick.”
They already are banned, would you like to ban them again? Maybe that will do the trick.
— RyLan (@RyanSalamence) October 2, 2017
And not to be outdone…another user was absolutely savage with this response!
“That gun is about as legal as you are black”
That gun is about as legal as you are black
— Alan Ainsworth (@jigsawtwit) October 2, 2017
See what he did there? Totally destroyed King’s lack of knowledge on gun control and taunted him on his apparent social appropriation of “blackness”. SAVAGE response! Another twitter user also informed King that they are already banned and told him the reason it would do no good to “ban them again”.
If gun used was full auto it is banned. Criminals and psychopaths will always find access to guns. Total gun ban will only keep guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens. Then criminals have more power over unprotected citizens.
— nathan killian (@nathan_killian) October 2, 2017
It seems, some days, Shaun King should just stay off Twitter.
(Feature photo courtesy of Conservative Treehouse)