It is a good thing that “Michael “Adolph” Bloomberg and his Minister of Propaganda, Shannon “Eva Braun” Watts are the most incompetent liars on the planet. Every time Bloomberg’s groups make some sort of large anti-gun statement, they are later proven to have lied and made stuff up. For Example: this week they said there has been 74 school shootings since Sandy Hook. After originally believing these stats from the Bloomberg elves, CNN looked at the data had to issue a correction. Because in real life there have been only 14, not 74 school shootings in this time period. Are we the pro-gun movement beating Furor Bloomberg and his propaganda machine, or are we just watching Bloomberg beat himself over and over again. Either way, we are winning. Bloomberg’s goal is to ban all the guns except for the ones that his security teams have. Not only is he a liar, but he is a hypocrite as well.
CNN issues of Retraction
CNN has drastically revised a claim it made, which was based on a graphical map from a pro-gun control group, which purportedly showed that 74 school shootings have occurred in the U.S. since the Sandy Hook massacre in Dec. 2012.
The news outlet circulated the graphical map, which came from the group Everytown for Gun Safety, after a shooting that occurred Tuesday at a high school in Oregon which left two dead, including the 15 year-old gunman.
Everytown for Gun Safety, which is backed by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, headlined their graphic “School Shootings in America Since Sandy Hook,” suggesting that the shootings it listed had a link of some kind to Sandy Hook — in which Adam Lanza killed 26 people at an elementary school.
CNN and various other media outlets used the graphic in news segments.
“So on Wednesday, CNN took a closer look at the list, delving into the circumstances of each incident Everytown included,” reads CNN’s report.
It acknowledged that many of the shootings listed by Everytown did not fit the profile of a Sandy Hook-type shooting, in which the attacks are seemingly random.
Instead, CNN said, “some of the other incidents on Everytown’s list included personal arguments, accidents and alleged gang activities and drug deals