Chelsea Handler is at it again, this time she desperately tried to make “gun violence” worse than the terror attack of 9/11 and dozens of Twitter users called her on her foolishness.
In the wake of the crime in Las Vegas last weekend, Handler, like many of her Hollyweird pals, took to Twitter to try and make political hay out of the mass murder.
There have been more than 11,600 deaths linked to gun violence so far in 2017, which is equivalent to nearly four 9/11 attacks. NRA
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) October 2, 2017
Many immediately wondered why Handler hasn’t been slamming Democrat-controlled Chicago for the literally THOUSANDS of young black men murdered over the last decade during the incessant gang warfare there.
When will you do something about those thousands in inner cities killing each other then!?!!!
— AK Freeland (@AJKFreeland) October 2, 2017
And more than 50% of them are in democrat destroyed cities…..and I’m sure Chicago’s gun laws helped stop the gun violence.
— Raymond Churik (@jetrush2112) October 2, 2017
Another wondered when Handler would get her panties in a knot over auto deaths…
How many deaths linked to cars?
— 5..6..7..8.. (@OnPointe28) October 2, 2017
It is a good question. In 2015, for instance, 35,092 people died in car accidents. It was 32,675 in 2014. In 2007 a whopping 41,259 died. In fact, since 2001 — the same year of the terror attacks in New York, Washington and Penn. — about 600,000 people have died in car accidents.
That is about 191 times more than the number of deaths on 9/11.
Where is Chelsea Handler’s worried Tweets about car deaths?
Another Twitter user wondered where Handler’s Tweets about medical accidents is…
Prescription drugs & medical mistakes account for over 350k deaths per year, which is equivalent to nearly ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN 9/11 attacks.
— Brian O'Donnell?? (@atBrianODonnell) October 2, 2017
way more deaths are connected to alcohol, what say you?
— SAWARRIOR (@SAWARRIOR666) October 3, 2017
You sober up enough to do that math on your own?
— Kyle(KiF) (@fantasy_frady) October 2, 2017
That last one is pretty good.
All good questions, aren’t they?
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