160613 LeaveEU Orlando poster

There it is. I said some clueless fools would try to use the Orlando atrocity to boost Brexit and Leave.EU has obliged.

I said my piece about Orlando and the EU referendum in that article, but here’s the important point for citizens of the United States:

Your stupidly lax gun laws are killing your people. They are killing your friends, your family members and your colleagues. You need to put a stop to it.

Look at the feeble excuses provided by US gun users who were involved in shootings in May this year:

160613 gun crime motives May 2016

I wouldn’t let those people have the remote control for the telly, let alone give them ownership of a deadly weapon!

So come on, America. Are you really so cowed by the rich and powerful interests running the US gun lobby that you won’t act for your own survival?

It’s time for change. The next victim could be you.

One of the groups calling for Britain to leave the European Union has unveiled an advert referencing the Orlando terrorist attack in a desperate bid to drive up votes for Brexit.

The advert urges voters to “act now before we see an Orlando-style atrocity here”.

Omar Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 more in the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history, before being shot dead by police. Mateen was a US citizen of Afghan descent who was born in New York and lived in Florida.

Source: Leave.EU moves to weaponise Orlando in ‘shameful and cowardly’ poster | TotalPolitics.com

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