Here’s another steaming hot take on the terror attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., that somehow not only made its way out of someone’s head, but found a home in a major newspaper.
Despite prayers for the Orlando victims, few expect advances in gay rights https://t.co/o2lCRoneZk
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 17, 2016
— Blue Max (@Smithwinterk) June 17, 2016
Try to parse that headline if you have the time, but wouldn’t it be more productive to talk about gays exercising their rights? As Twitchy reported, gun sales have spiked in the aftermath of the mass shooting.
Some are certainly trying to beat the clock while Democrats make another attempt at passing “common sense” gun control, while others simply want a means to defend themselves. The New York Post reports that gays and lesbians are contributing substantially to the spike in sales.
The Pink Pistols nat'l gun club for LGBT saw membership soar from about 1500 members on Saturday to 3500 on Monday. https://t.co/b8b4StmjpE
— SalenaZito (@SalenaZitoTrib) June 16, 2016
If a reporter can get away with claiming a case of “temporary PTSD” after firing a “very, very loud” AR-15, imagine what these modified gay pride flags could do to a sensitive journalist.
— KTLA (@KTLA) June 16, 2016
Is that a gay pride flag mixed with a Gadsden flag with a side order of “Shoot Back”? Yes please.
Love it Love it Love it Love it Love it
— MisFit Momx7 (@AngelsCame04) June 16, 2016
— Tony_Dunnn (@HoeZay_DaKooK) June 16, 2016
@KTLA AWESOME????? Glad to see ppl r waking up & wanting to protect themselves from evil haters.
— teri (@terrimore1) June 16, 2016
— calibreeze (@gumballgary) June 16, 2016
— Kevin Long (@KL4AMERICA) June 17, 2016