Trump Jr. Has The Left Frothing At The Mouth Over A New Product On His Website
The left is furious over Donald Trump Jr. new best selling t-shirt.
Donald Trump Jr. website is promoting a brand new t-shirt with the tagline “guns don’t kill people, Alec Baldwin kills people.”
The shirts retail for $27.99 and were available after Baldwin allegedly fired a gun on a movie set that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza.
Trump Jr. is getting payback for the horrible way his family was treated by Baldwin. Trump also posted on instagram a meme that said, “Let’s all watch Alec Baldwin blame the gun” with the caption, “It’s only a matter of time.”
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Donald Trump Jr. isn’t backing down from the criticism telling critic they can, “Screw all the sanctimony I’m seeing out there. If the shoe was on the other foot Alex Baldwin would literally be the first person pissing on everybody’s grave trying to make a point. F*ck him!”
Baldwin has been a fierce advocate for strict gun control but it appears his ignorance of entry level gun safety may contributed to the incident.
According to the search warrant and as reported by the LA Times the shooting took place after six members of the film’s crew walked off the set after complaints about housing and pay.
the filming started late because the crew was trying to hire replacements and only had the ability to operate one camera.
Since the coronavirus protocols were so strict the armorer Hannah Gutierrez Reed was not allowed to be on set for the scene and set up three prop guns on a cart outside the church set.
From the LA Times:
Because of COVID-19 safety protocols, Gutierrez Reed set up three prop guns on a cart outside Bonanza Creek Ranch’s church set, the focus of the search warrant. Halls did not know live rounds were in the gun that he handed to Baldwin, and Halls yelled “cold gun,” according to the affidavit.
Director Joel Souza told the detective that cast and crew had been preparing for the scene before lunch but then took a meal break away from the rehearsal area around 12:30 p.m. When they returned, Souza said, he wasn’t sure whether the gun was checked again.
“All that it is necessary to establish for involuntary manslaughter by the use of a loaded firearm is that a defendant had in his hands a gun which at some time had been loaded and that he handled it”
– New Mexico Supreme Court
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 26, 2021