As the Washington Post and many others have noted, the debate over suppressors isn’t relevant to what happened in Las Vegas for a host of reasons. Not that reality will stop Sen. Kaine and many others from pushing a bogus narrative. Check out this video of Sen. Kaine pretending to know what he’s talking about:
Wow, this is stupid. https://t.co/AQfCs6qFXl
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 4, 2017
That’s just pitiful, but hey, Kaine’s got a narrative to push so he’s got no time for facts.
I used to think this guy was a sane Democrat before he ran for VP https://t.co/DeVBw14lAT
— (((Fusilli Spock))) (@awstar11) October 4, 2017
This is posted by the Washington Post. Why isn’t he being corrected? Don’t journalists have a right to question people on this stuff?
— Justin B (@JBGo4Fan) October 4, 2017
— D 1 20 (@DBlackondRight) October 4, 2017
— TheLaughingGod (@GreyNarcissus) October 4, 2017
"He was only stopped finally because he did not have a silencer on his weapon".
Sen Tim Kaine on LasVegas shooter.
Sooo ignorant!! pic.twitter.com/ITnmZELgGu
— Quinton Jackson (@alaskantexanQCT) October 4, 2017
The WaPo’s fact check gave Kaine the benefit of the doubt in only giving his claim two Pinocchios:
Kaine should be more careful when talking about weapons, especially during a national tragedy. We will accept his staff’s explanation that he meant that silencers muffle a gunshot’s source, even though his phrasing certainly sounded like he meant that silencers actually made firearms quiet.
Anti-gun pols like Kaine know they’re lying and it’s too bad the liberal media won’t stop helping them out by pretending they only misspoke.