After mass shootings the debate over gun control becomes a roaring fire and the recent massacre in Orlando, Florida is no different. Democrats in the Senate had a 15 hour filibuster over gun legislation as a result. Anonymous sources have reported that no type of legislation will actually come to fruition though.
The anonymous source spoke of comments by two senior White House officials. Apparently the high level officials had serious doubt that gun legislation would actually pass the Senate as a result of the death of 49 people in Orlando.
One of the sources noted that the “type” of people killed during the terrorist attack wouldn’t gain enough sympathy from the nation. Likely referring to their LGBT status.
“If shooting up 30 8-year-olds in suburban Connecticut didn’t change any minds, you could massacre 1,000 fags in a faggy city like Orlando and nobody would give a f—.”
The source reportedly went on,
“They can’t even spin the story because nobody gives a s— about a bunch of queers.”
The other high level White House source noted a more plausible reason not much would happen as a result of the attack on Orlando. The shooter was previously employed for the G4S which is a private security firm. The Obama administrations has allegedly been leaning on these privately owned firms to hire Muslims. Also, to be more lenient on background checks while encouraging them to look the other way if their is anything that shows up on the check.
Western Journalism who originally reported on it did not receive a response back from the G4S. They reached out to numerous other firms who similarly gave no comment.
The company did give a statement about the shooter after the attack,
“Mateen underwent company screening and background checks when he was recruited in 2007 and the check revealed nothing of concern. His screening was repeated in 2013 with no findings.”
Unfortunately, if this is true President Obama has blood on his hands. No doubt about it. His need to be politically correct and satiate the Muslim community in the United States led to he death of 49 Americans.