Fox and Friends: If you’re going to die in a mass shooting, ” there’s no other place we would want to go other than church”


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No one ever tunes into “Fox and Friends” for some insightful and thought-provoking take by their hosts. This includes conservative Fembot Ainsley Earhardt who uttered an at most cringeworthy perspective regarding the deadliest church shooting in modern U.S. history.

Here’s what she said.

“We’ve been reporting this shouldn’t happen in a church. But I was downstairs talking with some people that work here that we all talk about our faith and we share the same beliefs. We were saying there’s no other place we would want to go other than church. Because I’m there asking for forgiveness. I feel very close to Christ when I’m there. So, I’m trying to look at some positives here and know that those people are with the Lord now and experiencing eternity and no more suffering, no more sadness anymore.”

And if you’re interested in the video, here you go:

Actually, now that I think about it, Earhardt’s response is a pretty good relative comparison when it comes to mass shootings and the general response of the right. Thought’s and Prayers is typically conservative code for we’re not going to do shit when it comes to talking about gun legislation in this country.

Not to mention Earhardt’s take isn’t surprising. She’s the same half-wit  who believed the most basic measures of gun control wouldn’t have helped save lives during the Las Vegas massacre. This despite the physical manifestation of a loop-hole – those fucking bump stocks – still being legal to purchase. Which by the way pretty much makes an automatic weapons ban useless.

Anyways, Earhardt released a statement in response to the backlash she’s received for her awful position.

“As any Christian would understand, I feel church is sacred.  For me, it is the place I worship, where I learn about God and feel closest to Him each week. I meant no disrespect, as I have continuously said, the Texas families are in my thoughts and prayers. And, anyone who truly knows my heart, knows that about me. But, I do believe there can be positives in death. Christians believe death is when they enter into the afterlife – a place without pain, suffering and away from the evil that takes place on earth like we saw this past weekend. I know one day I will take my last breath and if I am in His “house” when that happens, I pray my family can find a bit of solace and peace knowing that is where I saw Jesus for the first time. I pray for those families and the parents, children and loved ones who will be changed forever. I hope they cling to God during such a difficult time.”

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