NY Daily News wastes no time, trolls GOP Sens who’ve received NRA money hours after Fla. shooting

Some liberals can’t wait to capitalize on tragic news – especially when a gun is involved.

As usual, it didn’t take long for Leftists to begin using Nicolas de Jesus Cruz’s brutal rampage at Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as a tool to push their brutal political agenda – the disarmament of Americans.

The liberal New York Daily News, however, took things to an entirely different level with a series of tweets aimed at GOP senators who at some point have received money from gun rights groups including the National Rifle Association (NRA). Because to liberals, one can’t condemn mass shootings and support the victims if one also believes in the God-given right of self-defense, or something.

Being a senator from Florida, Marco Rubio was obviously in the thick of things when it came to the aftermath of the shooting.

Shortly after Rubio tweeted “Today is that terrible day you pray never comes,” the New York Daily News tweeted out something that was the opposite of support and condolences for the victims.

[email protected] received $90,205 in campaign donations from gun rights groups during the 2015-2016 campaign cycle and received an “A+” grade from the NRA. Rubio has received $3,303,355 over the course of his career as an elected official. http://nydn.us/2o7Sk0z #thoughtsandprayers,” the liberal rag tweeted, as if Rubio had somehow done something wrong by believing in the Second Amendment and the right to self-defense.

They gave Senator Rob Portman the same treatment:

As well as Sens. Pat Toomey and Ted Cruz:

Vice-President Mike Pence didn’t escape scrutiny either as the newspaper highlighted his supportive tweet along with a criticism of his voting record.

Finally, the newspaper tweeted a list of gun supporters “as the thoughts and prayers roll in.”

Meanwhile, conservatives weren’t falling for the lies.






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