Kevin Sorbo’s Bonkers Take On Assault Weapons Get Instant Twitter Fact Check
Sorbo’s tweet came a day after a gunman killed eight people and injured seven others at a mall in Texas, and as a recent spate of mass shootings leads to fresh calls for a check. increased firearms.
Specifically, 61% favor banning assault weapons, which Sorbo says “are not real.”
As a result, his tweet was widely shared ― but probably not for the reasons he would have hoped:
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