Our video on Adam Lankford’s false claims on mass public shootings passes 2.5 million view mark

24 Feb , 2019   Video

UPDATE: The video that we did with John Stossel on Adam Lankford’s false claims about his claim that 31% of mass public shooters have been in the United States. Despite massive international media coverage and repeated requests from the Washington Post, Real Clear Politics, various researchers on both sides of the gun control debate, and others, Lankford has refused to let anyone see his claimed list of mass public shootings nor answered questions about how he was able to obtain a “complete list” of these attacks around the world in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and even 1990s. Lankford won’t even let people know what languages he used to compile his list. Compared to Lankford’s claimed list of 202 mass public shooters outside the United States from 1966 to 2012, we found over 3,081 over less than a third of that period from 1998 to 2012 (we have since updated the data up through 2015).

We are proud to announce that the first video that we have done has gone past 2 million views. As of Friday, April 13, 2019, here are the numbers:

Facebook 1,950,370 views

Twitter 439,000 views

YouTube 169,084 views

Total 2,558,454


One Response

  1. James Forrest Longley says:

    Noting the recent hearings on “Megabanks” and committee members questioning whether banks are ceasing to do business with firearms manufacturers and dealers, I wonder if anyone has asked those same banks if they have stopped doing business with ANYONE else; criminals under indictment, say (not convicted, although that also should be asked, but merely thought to have committed criminal acts, after all, the manufacturers and dealers have not even been indicted), or people who spread deadly infectious diseases through unsafe practices, and so on.

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