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CNN Analyst Cries On National TV To Push For Gun Control

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CNN Analyst Cries On National TV To Push For Gun Control

CNN Analyst Philip Mudd seems to think that a grown man crying on national television will help push the anti-second amendment agenda… hopefully it won’t.

He appeared with Wolf Blitzer to discuss the matter when it happened, becoming rather emotional despite not realizing it’s way too early to blame a “lack” of gun control on the latest school shooting.

What’s ironic… he went on to state that a child of God is dead because of this matter — this is true and it’s tragic, but he also represents a party that’s totally OK with abortion. How do you like that?

As Written and Reported By Amanda Prestigiacomo for the Daily Wire:

On Wednesday, CNN counterterrorism analyst Philip Mudd burst into tears and pushed gun control while speaking about the tragic school shooting in Florida during a live segment with host Wolf Blitzer.

“I have ten nieces and nephews,” said Mudd. “We’re talking about bump stocks, we’re talking about legislation. A child of god is dead. Can not we acknowledge in this country that we cannot accept this.”

“I can’t do it, Wolf,” he continued. “I’m sorry, we can’t do it.”

The suspect of the fatal shooting spree at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has been identified as Nicolas Cruz, a former student.

As noted by Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra, Fox News’ Trace Gallagher reported that Cruz “was a member of ‘resistance groups’ on Facebook.”

“He’s also following resistance groups, like Syrian Resistance groups and fighter groups out of Iraq and, we should also note that a couple days ago, as far as a week ago, that he was involved in a Youtube chat room conversation about bombs or building bombs,” said Gallagher……

KEEP READING THERE IS WAY MORE HERE:WATCH: CNN Analyst Bursts Into Tears On Air Over Florida Shooting, Pushes Gun Control | Daily Wire

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