MSNBC talking head Frank Figliuzzi proclaimed Tuesday that conservative figures like Tucker Carlson and GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert should be subject to “civil consequences” if mass shooters are found to have “consumed” their content.
Ranting about the shooting in a gay club in Colorado Springs this past weekend, Figliuzzi, a former FBI agent with clout, stated that “If [the Colorado Springs shooter] is a consumer of the people we just rattled off, from Lauren Boebert to Tucker Carlson, let’s get it out at trial, let’s expose it for what it is, name it and shame it.”
“He’s a consumer of these people and those people should face civil consequences from the victims,” asserted Figliuzzi, a rabid anti-Trump hack and now MSNBC’s “national security analyst”.
“We need to see accountability and consequences,” Figliuzzi further declared.
The latest reports suggest that the shooter isn’t some anti-LGBT right wing nut job, but rather identifies as “nonbinary” and uses “they/them pronouns,” according to the New York Times.
Right, so who should face “civil consequences” for voicing their opinions now then?
Nah, doesn’t appear so.
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