As Twitchy reported this morning, several undetonated devices were found at a Brooklyn subway station where multiple people were shot. We’re hearing from Newsweek editor-at-large Naveed Jamali that the suspect has been identified as a black male wearing a gray hoodie and an MTA vest.
— Naveed Jamali (@NaveedAJamali) April 12, 2022
At the end of our post about there being no working surveillance cameras at the subway station during the mass shooting, we wrote, “This shooting will be out of the media by end of the day tomorrow if even that long.” Stephen L. Miller is being generous and giving it a week.
The Brooklyn shooting story will be gone by the end of the week.
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) April 12, 2022
It won't be around TOMORROW.
— Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) April 12, 2022
You think it will make it that long? Optimistic.
— Faye Hausendorff (@FayeH321) April 12, 2022
Depends on who it is.
— CJ 🏌🏼⛳️ (@LEFTY21211) April 12, 2022
Try end of the day.
— cryptosidehustle (@pulphorn3) April 12, 2022
— Rob T. (@ChillyMostFresh) April 12, 2022
Just like Kenosha Massacre.
— Georgia Sam ⚡ (@GeorgiaSam61) April 12, 2022
The shooter was an SUV.
— Lucky The Donkey (@LuckyTheDonkey_) April 12, 2022
MSM was so hoping it was a ghost gun.
— CapM (@CAPM1) April 12, 2022
Smae with the Sacramento shooting last week.
— Lack of Anime Avatar (@RicBoogs) April 12, 2022
— CoinBa$ed👻🔺🌎 (@C0inbased) April 12, 2022
— CoryM (@itoldyoumonsoon) April 12, 2022
— Magills (@magills_) April 12, 2022
There really weren’t any security cameras running?
Wait … WHAT?! There were NO working cameras at Brooklyn subway station during mass shooting and THAT’S not weird or anything https://t.co/rWMXIgeh2Q
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 12, 2022