Writer Stephen King Goes on Gun Control Twitter Rant in the Wake of Charleston Shooting


This Charleston shooting is already being manipulated in the media for every ounce of race baiting and gun control agenda it can squeeze out. Horror novelist Stephen King has readily jumped right on that bandwagon it seems…

King has had plenty to say about the closed minds of people who are against gun control.

In the wake of the Charleston shooting that left nine people dead at the hands of 21-year-old gunman Dylann Roof, who was reportedly on psychotropic medication at the time of the killings, King took to his Twitter account to denounce the "proudly closed minds" of people who are against gun control.

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Others would disagree with Mr. King.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Because law-abiding gun owners are the ones committing all the gun crimes? Because we all know laws against crimes stop crime, right? Because those laws would've stopped what happened in Charleston? Because it makes more sense for the government (and criminals who don't follow laws or else they wouldn't be called "criminals") to have all the guns, leaving the rest of us defenseless? Because we don't live in a country where our own police shoot and kill an average or more than two Americans a day?

Whose mind is really closed here?

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