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Orlando Terrorist Used A Sig Sauer MCX… Not An AR 15

Orlando Terrorist Used A Sig Sauer MCX… Not An AR 15

Darn the facts. They get in the way of the media’s narrative.

Bearing Arms: The anti-gun politimedia wasted no time at all demonizing the most common rifle in the United States as being the real villain of the Islamic terrorist attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

Newsweek screamed, “ORLANDO SHOOTING PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON AR-15 RIFLE.”

Judd Legume of Think Progress squeaked, “The NRA’s Love Affair With The AR-15, Weapon Of Choice For Mass Murderers, In 22 Tweets.”

Always wrong Christopher Ingraham of the Washington Post whined, “The gun used in the Orlando shooting is becoming mass shooters’ weapon of choice.”

Here’s the thing.

The rifle used by the Islamist terrorist in Orlando was not an AR-15. More

 

TB: Several news outlets have identified the weapon used in the Orlando terrorist attack as an AR-15 rifle.

“AR-15 Rifle Used in Orlando Massacre Has Bloody Pedigree,” an NBC News headline reads.

 “Orlando Shooting Puts Spotlight on AR-15 Rifle,” Newsweek declared.

The Washington Post offered the headline: “The history of the AR-15, the weapon that had a hand in the United States’ worst mass shooting.”

However, it turns out the Islamic State-supporting killer didn’t actually use an AR-15 to carry out the insidious at a gay nightclub that left 49 people dead and dozens more injured. More

 

 

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