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Mainstream Media Attacks Don Jr. for T-Shirt Mocking Alec Baldwin

'Let’s all watch Alec Baldwin blame the gun...'

The leftists of social media have attacked Donald Trump, Jr. for promoting a T-shirt mocking political activist, killer and actor Alec Baldwin, who shot the cinematographer on a movie set last week, the BizPac Review reported.

The former First Son has the shirt—and many other humorous hot takes ripped from the current headlines, at his official merch store, ShopDonJr.com.

Baldwin frequently mocked President Donald Trump during his tenure in office, putting in a great deal of effort to portray the former President in his Saturday Night Live skits.

He has also made a long career out of political activism, especially in respect to the Second Amendment.

In 2017, Baldwin wrote a tweet saying, “I wonder how it must feel to wrongfully kill someone…”

Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer, died of her injuries after being rushed to a Santa Fe hospital after Baldwin shot her with a prop gun.

Baldwin was visibly shaken up and searched for others to blame after he killed Hutchins.

Now Trump’s son has rebuked the Hollywood political activist for the murder that he committed last week.

On his website, he almost immediately began selling t-shirts which read, “GUNS DON’T KILL PEOPLE ALEC BALDWIN KILLS PEOPLE.”

Don Jr. also posted a meme, writing, “Let’s all watch Alec Baldwin blame the gun” which was captioned “It’s only a matter of time.”

He was met with immediate backlash in the mainstream media, with many suggesting that Baldwin did not deserve blame for the murder that he committed.

But he responded to the criticism, suggesting that Baldwin deserved any mockery because of his routine and demeaning cheap shots taken at the former President.

“For those who are out there doing the fake sanctimony about leaving Alec Baldwin alone let’s all remember that Alec Baldwin would be the first person p***ing on everyone’s grave if the shoes were on the other foot. Screw him!” he wrote.

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