— Legislation Watch (@Legislate_Watch) June 13, 2016
The mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando has stirred gun-control advocates to action, prompting politicos to revisit proposals intended to make some weapons inaccessible for future attacks.
As news continues to trickle in about what may have motivated 29-year-old gunman Omar Mateen, a self-described supporter of the Islamic State, to lash out at the LGBT community, some elected officials are fine-tuning their views on gun control.
[Gun Bill Planned in Wake of Orlando Club Shooting
] While many cite public outcry as proof that now is the time to reconsider the right to bear arms, a chorus of detractors took to social media to promote opposing views on just about everything.
[Republicans and Democrats Diverge After Orlando Attack]
The unbridled anger was directed at:
The LGBT community
— müjde bayram (@MjdeBayram) June 13, 2016
Hillary Clinton said on live TV that republicans, half of America, are her biggest enemies. But ¯_(ツ)_/¯
— Smittie (@smittie61984) June 13, 2016
Moments of silence
— Trump is a Con Man!! (@Blob_Fish) June 13, 2016