Fox News host Sean Hannity and conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren on Wednesday suggested “there’s something off” regarding the media’s coverage of the horrific massacre in Las Vegas, with Lahren arguing “something stinks” about the way “the celebrity sphere” is discussing the arsenal of weapons the shooter amassed.
Lahren and Hannity began by relying on an oft-used pro-gun argument that laws don’t work because “if you have evil intentions in your heart, you’re gonna find a way.”
“When you have a gun free zone, you are neutering everyone there,” Lahren offered.
“Here’s my question though,” she continued. “Why are we spending all of this time—not us, but others in the news and others in the celebrity sphere—why are they spending so much time analyzing what kind of guns he used, how many he had?”
“I want to know more about him and more about his girlfriend,” Lahren said. “I want to know about the victims and their families.”
“Don’t you find there is something off here?” Hannity asked. “Really off?”
“Where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” Lahren agreed. “Usually in situations like this you know everything about the person. Every Facebook page they’ve ever been on, everyone they’ve ever known, and all of a sudden, all we’re talking about is the weapons he used and the firearms?”
“No something stinks,” she added.
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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