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CNN's Pro-Gun Control ‘Children's Crusade' Exploited Grieving Students And Parents | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

1 month ago   |   By Roi Investing

Media Bias: It's bad enough that the students of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School have been traumatized by the mass shooting by a former student that claimed 17 lives. But gun control extremists in the media, Hollywood and Democratic Party now are exploiting them to achieve their dubious agenda of eliminating the Second Amendment.
X Like the children who were used during the medieval Children's Crusades for cynical political and religious purposes, the kids of Stoneman Douglas are used as poster children for the anti-gun crowd and their liberal media advocates.
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