Grammar Expert/Serial Rapist Weighs In On Orlando Terror Attack
Former President Bill Clinton, best known for a failed gun ban, his legalistic parsing of the word “is,” using his intern as humidor and accusations of raping women across four decades, has thankfully brought his extensive close-quarters saxophone training to bear on the important subject of the Islamic terrorist attack in a gay night club in Orlando this past Sunday.
Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that more people would have died in the terrorist attack at a nightclub in Orlando over the weekend if clubgoers had been armed and shot back at the lone gunman.In an interview with Bloomberg TV, the former president was asked to respond to Donald Trump’s claim that fewer people would have died at the club if they had firearms.
“Did you see how dark it was?” Clinton said. “It’s likely that more people would have been killed.”
I hate to point out the obvious, but Bill Clinton knows more about marital fidelity than he does stopping an active terrorist threat.
Fortunately, I have access to actual experts, and it just so happens that I contacted four of them and got their thoughts on the Islamic terror attack in Orlando, including whether a concealed carrier could have saved lives.
These experts—and virtually every serious shooting school I’ve ever attended or heard of—teaches the tactical use of a radical new invention called a “flashlight.”
And no, President Clinton, it’s not spelled with an “e.”
Whether handheld or mounted on a firearm (where it’s called a “weapon mounted light”), these purpose-designed lights throw a stunning amount of white light which can temporarily blind a terrorist or criminal and cause them to freeze, while giving concealed carriers the light they need to make accurate shots, on the terrorist frozen in a “deer in headlights” situation.
Perhaps you should stick to finding ways to abusing women who aren’t your wife, and leave the conversation on how to stop terror attack to people who didn’t spare Osama bin Laden when he had the chance.