This week marked the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla. Media coverage was plentiful, although many think pieces went long on gun violence but struggled with the discomfort of never truly knowing what motivated shooter Omar Mateen … who called 911 during the attack to swear allegiance to ISIS.

Conservative journalist Chadwick Moore attended a vigil at New York City’s Stonewall Inn (designated in 2016 as a National Monument) spoke to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson about how the event was hijacked by gun control activists who pushed to the front and turned a solemn event into a political rally.

Gay Times magazine took this much from the interview, although it’s clear from the video that Moore said “most gay people aren’t political,” and for what it’s worth, he didn’t say “only care about.”

So, what did Moore have to say for himself after seeing that tweet about gays only caring about pop music and the beach?

Moore did give people a lot to think about.

Oh, and about the vigil.

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