Hollywood HACK Blames NRA for YouTube Shooting

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Hollywood HACK Blames NRA for YouTube Shooting

Once again, leftists were banking on the idea that the shooter was a white-bread, right-wing, gun-crazed nut.

However, to Hollywood’s chagrin, the YouTube shooter was a leftist spinning out of control.

While most people would be content to leave well enough alone, and just take the licks. You can rely on at least one Hollyweirdo to run to their old tried and untrue narratives.

Enter Alyssa Milano.

Still smarting from the canceling of her show about witches, Milano has been degraded to the reality show about fashion. If only stupid tweets paid as much as Who’s the Boss, perhaps Milano wouldn’t be bankrupt?

Who knows when, because Milano is a vapid Leftist, but she may have jumped the shark on her latest declaration. Before I get to that, understand that a little over a month ago, Milano tweeted a plea to make Amazon ditch the NRA.

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Today is the day we are asking @Amazon, @Amazonhelp, and @JeffBezos to stop streaming the violent rhetoric of NRAtv. #StopNRAmazon #NoRA pic.twitter.com/ds5DAN7evx

Who is we? Does she have a mouse in her pocket?

Milano assumed her attacks on the NRA were golden. However, she was wrong.

Calling All Brown/Black People

Without a doubt, news of the mass-shooting at YouTube’s San Bruno, California headquarters created a stir. Before the smoke cleared, the gun-control debate was boiling over. That’s when Milano stepped in and made a fool of herself.

Milano tweeted that if the NRA or NRATV was “run by brown or black people, it would be labeled a terrorist organization with hate propaganda programming that incites violence.”

Notice she attached a NRATV tweet that called for NRA members to “rise up” against YouTube’s ongoing censorship against gun owners and hobbyists, but we’ll come back to that.

Let’s just clarify a few things.

The NRA does have black/brown board members, including Allen West, Carl Rowan, Jr. and Roy Innis. And as Breitbart points out:

No member of the NRA has ever been involved in a single mass shooting, unless you include helping to stop one (with an AR-15).

How many times will Hollywood dig into the well and blame the NRA?

The funny thing is that these attacks on the NRA aren’t curtailing membership.

As Breitbart elaborates:

The NRA’s anodyne call to “rise up” was merely in response to a new policy from YouTube (which is owned by Google) that was announced last month: “While we’ve long prohibited the sale of firearms, we recently notified creators of updates we will be making around content promoting the sale or manufacture of firearms and their accessories.”

Nevertheless, and with no proof, Milano appeared to want her 3.45 million Twitter followers to believe that this call from the NRA to fight censorship had incited Tuesday’s mass shooting.

The truth, though, is that the shooter has been identified as Nasim Aghdam, a woman who claims to be from Iran and is tied to a number of left-wing causes, including vegan and animal rights activism. Early reports indicate she was angry at YouTube over “suppression of the truth” and entered the video sharing site’s headquarters Tuesday wearing a headscarf. One of her social media posts identifies her as a practitioner of the Baha’i faith.

Aghdam took her own life after wounding four people.

So basically we’re left with a story about a female, Muslim, body-building vegan and animal rights activist. She shot people in a gun-free zone.

Remind me: Doesn’t California have strict gun control? Everything about this defies the leftist narrative of a mass-shooter.

Ironically, Alyssa Milano actually has more in common with the YouTube shooter than any member of the NRA. Both women are big PETA activists and promoters of the vegan lifestyle. And while the shooter was angry at YouTube, Milano is just plain angry.

 

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