NY Daily News Columnist Has The Worst Solution For Stopping Terror Attacks

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Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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On Sunday, New York Daily News social justice asshole Shaun King shared an excellent solution for stopping mass shootings like the one perpetrated by radical Islamic terrorist — and definitely not white guy — Omar Mateen.

King tweeted that America could greatly reduce the risk of mass shootings like Mateen’s — who again definitely was not white — if it would only ban white males from living in the country.

King also shared a smattering of additional tidbits pertaining to America’s greatest problem — white men with assault rifles — but unfortunately, the glove didn’t exactly fit.

For example, King noted that the “deadliest hate crime against African Americans in over 75 years … happened LAST YEAR in Charleston.”

That would appear to conflict with another tweet he posted, claiming that the “one thing” the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history have in common is not “race or mental illness or Islam. It’s ASSAULT RIFLES.”

Not only does this clash with King’s proposal that banning white men would stop radical Islamic terrorists from murdering patrons at a gay night club in Orlando, it shows that despite conducting a thorough analysis of the 30 deadliest shootings in America history, he somehow forgot that the depraved lunatic who murdered nine African-Americans at a Charleston church in 2015 carried out his crime with a handgun.

It should be noted that King himself is no stranger to firearms.

Back in 2006, he was fired from his job at Morehouse College in Atlanta for “brandishing a gun while trying to drive his car through a crowded campus block party.” (RELATED: Shaun King Fired From Morehouse Over Gun Incident)

“While I didn’t break any laws, it was far from my best moment as a leader at Morehouse,” he wrote in his self-help book “100 Life Goals.” “I was asked to resign a few weeks later. I lost my income, and we lost our home. It was a mess all around.”

Here’s a suggestion for Shaun King (WATCH):

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