Oh gun control harpies, what would a would-be-tragedy be without you?
Rather than waiting for details on the Ohio State University incident, founder/mouthpiece for Moms Demand Action Shannon Watts pounced at the opportunity to on social media this morning after receiving a Buckeye Alert of an active shooter on campus:
Wait, can we pray to God now if it’s a suspected shooting? I thought we weren’t supposed to offer prayers in these situations, but I don’t know who’s updating the playbook, can we get a ruling on this?!
Apparently, Watts also remembered this lesson following the act of domestic terrorism in San Bernardino almost one year ago and put up a new tweet four minutes later:
Um, just who exactly is giving “dangerous people guns” in America? Also, I would love it if the collective “we” would trust students to defend themselves – that’s called campus carry. And if Watts doesn’t think students should be left defenseless, then I suggest she get behind it.
The Moms Demand mouthpiece chose instead to seize the opportunity to politicize the incident in order to advance her gun control agenda:
Upon learning the Ohio State was not, in fact, an active shooter situation, Watts then thanked God for the fact that the attack was not committed with a firearm. However, no word on whether or not she was/is thankful for the good guy with a gun who stopped the suspect.
But even the truth won’t stop Ms. Watts from shilling her brand of crisis:
Sad, but predictable.
Of course Watts isn’t the only gun control shill looking for attention today:
Deeply saddened by the senseless act of gun violence at Ohio State this morning. Praying for the injured and the entire Buckeye community
— Tim Kaine (@timkaine) November 28, 2016
GET RID OF GUNS!!!!!! #OhioState
— Reggie Watkins (@ReggieWatkinsJr) November 28, 2016
"Good guys with guns" don't stop bad guys bc they are afraid of becoming targets of the shooter or police or of killing innocents.
— Jo Yurcaba (@JoYurcaba) November 28, 2016
Meanwhile, in the real world:
— ABC News (@ABC) November 28, 2016