In the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, Omar Matteen, 29, from St. Lucie, Florida entered an Orlando nightclub with the intention of killing victims. He was already known by the FBI with suspicious “radical ties” to Islam.
But just like the other shootings during Obama’s presidency, in 2007 and 2012, watch the liberals and Democrats come out fighting for more gun control. The liberal media and Democrats will try and spin the story away from what really happened…AN ACT OF TERRORISM which was most likely “inspired by a foreign group”.
We know one thing for certain, the Governor of Florida, Rick Scott spoke direct and clear at a press conference held at 12:20 p.m. (ET) in Orlando following the mass shooting at an Orlando LGBT nightclub that left 50 dead and, as of this time, 53 injured:
“This is clearly an act of terrorism…it’s sickening…[it]should make every American angry…”
Governor Rick Scott was specific and to the point.
Let’s see if President Obama will be the same, and state clearly that THIS WAS AN ACT OF TERRORISM or if he and other liberals will spin the topic to ask for more gun control. You can make all the laws you want, legislate as much as you want, but the real issue is Radical Islamic Terrorism needs to be irradicated! Grow a pair!
“This is clearly an act of terror,” Scott said of what is the now worst mass shooting in U.S. history. “To take that number of lives is clearly an act of terror.”
“You just can’t imagine this would happen to our community, our state, or anywhere in our country,” Scott said.
The Republican governor added, “Right now, this is the time to find out exactly what happened, it’s the time to pray for the families of the victims and the victims…. There will be plenty of time to deal with how our society comes together [after a mass shooting].”
Gov. Scott issued a state of emergency for Orange County to ensure that needed state resources are available immediately.
Our hearts and prayers go out to everyone involved.
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