As Twitchy reported Wednesday night, the New York Daily News took the online craze of “prayer shaming” to the next level, publishing on its cover tweets from Republicans offering thoughts and prayers to the victims of the Inland Regional Center mass shooting next to the giant headline, “God Isn’t Fixing This.”
Not surprisingly, the Daily News will continue its anti-gun quest in the morning with a cover that lumps in NRA president Wayne LaPierre with photos of his “fellow” terrorists. His crime? The “killing” of countless gun laws. Don’t we already have countless gun laws?
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray this is disgusting.
— Kris Kinder (@kris_kinder) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray Offensive to the NRA members who are responsible gun owners. No discussion of any substance will come from this approach.
— Geoff Hansell (@geoffhansell) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray notice how they only have whites?
— LMBigSur (@LMBigSur) December 4, 2015
— thelmatodd (@thelmatodd) December 4, 2015
— Patrick (@PatrickScotBlog) December 4, 2015
— Junebugman (@junebugman) December 4, 2015
— Gaius (@GaiusGreene) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray Doesn't that say more about the futility of gun control than the need of it???
— Tim (@Tim10112abc) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray They are a twisted fringe. There are no slots in our CCW classes at my range. Zero.
— BOONDOCK JACKET™ (@JacketNation) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray A bridge too far, Daily News. A bridge too far.
— TwistedSistah (@Twisted__Sistah) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray Sadly, this doesn't even shock me anymore.
— Tedpool (@sixchained) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray The death rattle of a shitty newspaper
— R Thomas (@Plate0fShrimp) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray The dying gasps of a once popular tabloid. It's on advanced life support. They'd be better off becoming the Weekly World News.
— Dan Mottola (@DookuDan) December 4, 2015
@Cameron_Gray Any wonder they had to layoff reporters earlier this year?
— MenRec (@rustyweiss74) December 4, 2015
— Ian Lozada (@ianlozada) December 4, 2015