Governor of VA Says 93 MILLION Americans DIE Daily Due to Gun Violence…Reporters Shred Him Apart [WATCH]

Terry McAuliffe is so used to hyping up the statistics on gun violence he took it one step too far.

While speaking to reporters about the shooting in Alexandria, VA, governor said “we lose 93 million Americans a day to gun violence,”… but now is not the time to talk gun control.


He didn’t even pause to double check that statement in his head.

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93 MILLION Americans DAILY. If that were true Liberals wouldn’t be crying about the overpopulation of the world and global warming.

McAuliffe said, “This is not what today is about, but there are too many guns on the street.”

Yeah right…

…and Kathy Griffin only posed with Trump’s decapitated head to raise awareness of his bullying.

Bull. Sh*t.

McAuliffe’s very statement that ‘gun-control is not why we came here’ proves that was his agenda all along.

A politician’s way of bringing up the subject, by ‘not’ bringing it up.

Speaking to reporters, he said, “We lose 93 million Americans a day to gun violence. I’ve long talked about this. Background checks, shutting down gun show loopholes. That’s not for today’s discussion, but it’s not just about politicians. We worry about this every day for all of our citizens.”

Luckily reporters didn’t let this liberal run with his insane ‘statistics’ and ridiculous statement.

One reporter responded, “If it’s not for today then why are you bringing it up?”

McAuliffe rebutted, saying he talks about gun control “every day” because it is “a very serious issue.”

When questioned by a reporter that “93 million is a big number, did you mean to say 93 million?”

McAuliffe realized his blunder and responded, “93 million… 93 individuals a day.”


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