We’re honestly embarrassed for her at this point.
She can’t even blame this one on late-night tweeting because she sent it during the day.
So far in 2018, a member of the military has been about 40 times as likely to be killed as someone is to die in a school shooting.
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) May 19, 2018
Thinking she meant to flip-flop these two statements to build the narrative that it’s safer to join the military than to go to school but yeah, that didn’t work out so well for her. And while we appreciate her attempt at pushing this latest obnoxious gun-grabbing talking point … yeah, no.
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) May 19, 2018
Chelsea, listen to Kyle.
I honestly think she doesn’t know
— Cody, aight (@evans1371) May 20, 2018
This is what happens when you regurgitate silly talking points without really understanding what you’re talking about.
Proof read your tweets fam
— Marc Alan Colcer (@marccolcer) May 19, 2018
Pretty sure she did.
Which makes this even funnier.
#MathIsHard especially if you ???
— Gold N. Rules (@jamesbranch3) May 19, 2018
Military members are more likely to be killed than school kids? Probably so. ??
— Fiona McCool (@fiona_mccool) May 20, 2018
Fair. Maybe Chelsea was debunking the silly talking point.
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA.
Oh, our sides.
Especially if they are in Afghanistan.
— Phil (@phil0616) May 19, 2018
I’m stunned she hasn’t deleted this…lmao
— Stephen (@LogicOverJunk) May 20, 2018
If she deletes it then she’s admitting it was a mistake.
This is a lose-lose for her either way.
Do you mean less likely?
— Steph (@StephsBitten) May 19, 2018
Ding ding ding.