“#NotOneMore infringement on our right to keep and bear arms! #2A,” one obvious pro-gunner posted.
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Claiming in a report Tuesday that the #NotOneMore hashtag used by “gun control” proponents to capitalize on the Isla Vista stabbing/shooting/car ramming attacks is going viral on the Twitter social media site, CNET’s glowing prognosis for the online campaign is not being actualized to that extent, a check of the networking and microblogging site reveals.
“Spurred by grieving father Richard Martinez, ‘Not One More’ became the new rallying cry against gun violence last week,” the testimonial presented as “News” trumpets.
Running with that, anti-gun actress Julianne Moore, seen being paid big money to “entertain” her fans with guns here, here, here, here and here, got the idea to take selfies holding a #NotOneMore sign and urged those fans to follow suit.