Orlando Tragedy Proves Trump Wrong, Not Right

The attack on a gay club in Florida discredits the argument for arming more `good guys' to reduce body counts.

Out of tune on Orlando.

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According to Donald Trump, he has been congratulated "for being right on radical Islamic terrorism" after 50 people died by a lone gunman's hand in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub. The shooting, however, proves him wrong on several major points that unite his supporters. Even though they will ignore the proof, it's worth laying out.

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