This tweet really embodies everything to show how stupid you are, Harry. https://t.co/LqusaZcp9f
— Jonathan Rabbitt (@JonathanRabbitt) September 19, 2016
Over the weekend there were explosions in New Jersey and Manhattan, and a man went on a stabbing rampage in St. Cloud, Minnesota, so it’s time for Sen. Harry Reid to try and run narrative interference:
Congress can do more to prevent terror. We should close the loophole that allows potential FBI terror suspects to legally purchase weapons.
— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) September 19, 2016
Nice try, Harry, but…
@SenatorReid What, if anything, does this have to do with stabbings and pressure cooker bombs?
— Ranjoesta (@ranjoesta) September 19, 2016
AP: A law enforcement official says Rahami wasn't on any terror or no-fly watch lists
— Patrick Manning (@Manning_FoxNews) September 19, 2016
It’s almost like Reid’s trying to change the subject! Soon Harry will be retiring to spend more time with his straw man friend.
@SenatorReid Weapons like knives and pressure cookers.
— Matthew Braun (@FreiherrBraun) September 19, 2016
@SenatorReid By "weapons" are you referring to pressure cookers?
— Howard Kenworthy (@hkenworthy) September 19, 2016
Like pressure cookers and trucks? https://t.co/9zRWAGVOZB
— Crusading Musket (@Patriot_Musket) September 19, 2016
What about knives and pressure cookers? https://t.co/gd8tfK9u3x
— Jenn Jacques (@JennJacques) September 19, 2016
"Potential suspect" is the epitome of doublespeak.There is NO loophole you asshat. USA under Democrats=Oceania https://t.co/LP4q73LHaH
— Johnny Utah (@JohnnyUtah27) September 19, 2016
@SenatorReid being on a secret .gov list with no due process is now equal to a conviction?
— zablockifeller (@zablokifeller) September 19, 2016
.@SenatorReid No loophole allows SUSPECTS to purchase weapons. You're trying to ban those placed on laughably inaccurate watch lists.
— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) September 19, 2016
First things first:
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) September 19, 2016
Fact check: True.