Donald Trump Jr., Sentient Pond Scum, Is Selling T-Shirts Mocking the Fatal Alec Baldwin Shooting

Last week, a horrifying tragedy occurred on the set of an Alec Baldwin movie in which the actor, reportedly told that a prop firearm he’d been handed did not contain any live rounds, accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza. In his first public statement following the incident, Baldwin tweeted, “There are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother and deeply admired colleague of ours,” adding that he is “fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred” and “in touch with her husband, offering my support to him and his family. My heart is broken for her husband, their son, and all who knew and loved Halyna.” If there’s a normal way to respond to such an awful, inexplicable event, this is it. Know what isn’t? Selling merchandise mocking an episode in which a real person lost her life. Anyone choosing to do such a thing would obviously be a huge psychopath, more than likely raised by a huge psychopath—which is why, surprise: Donald Trump Jr. is currently hawking T-shirts making light of the tragedy.

Insider reports that the ex-president’s son and namesake, who’s been gunning to succeed his father as the biggest asshole on Twitter, is offering shirts on his website that read, “Guns don’t kill people, Alec Baldwin kills people.” Obviously we will not be linking to such crap, but if you’re as terrible a person as Don Jr. and want to walk around in public with this “joke” on your body, you can choose to sport it in black, navy, heather gray, or military green, and it’ll set you back $27.99.

According to the Independent, Junior shared a photoshopped image of Baldwin wearing the shirt on Instagram, where he also shared a meme that said, “Let’s all watch Alec Baldwin blame the gun,” with the caption, “It’s only a matter of time.” (This line is actually a weird self-own of gun nuts like Junior, who love to claim, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” after various mass shootings when, in fact, it is the guns that are the problem.) Apparently confronted about being an opportunistic jackass, Junior took to Instagram stories and wrote, “Screw all the sanctimony I’m seeing out there. If the shoe was on the other foot Alex Baldwin would literally be the first person pissing on everybody’s grave trying to make a point. F*ck him!” Last week he posted a meme with the caption, “That look when an anti gun nut kills more people with a gun than your extensive firearm collection ever has.”

Strangely, Junior has not had anything to say about the fact that his father was responsible for thousands of Americans losing their lives last year to COVID, and won’t lift a finger to encourage people to take steps to die an easily preventable death right now. Perhaps “Guns don’t kill people, pieces of shit named Trump kill people” is too long for a shirt?

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So this Mark Zuckerberg guy is pretty awful, huh?

One day he’s letting U.S. politicians lie in ads and defend Holocaust deniers, the next he’s carrying water for Vietnam’s Communist party as it cracks down on dissent. Per the Washington Post:

In America, the tech CEO is a champion of free speech, reluctant to remove even malicious and misleading content from the platform. But in Vietnam, upholding the free speech rights of people who question government leaders could have come with a significant cost in a country where the social network earns more than $1 billion in annual revenue, according to a 2018 estimate by Amnesty International. So Zuckerberg personally decided that Facebook would comply with Hanoi’s demands, according to three people familiar with the decision, speaking on the condition of anonymity to describe internal company discussions. Ahead of Vietnam’s party congress in January, Facebook significantly increased censorship of “anti-state” posts, giving the government near-total control over the platform, according to local activists and free speech advocates.

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