Piers Morgan to US on frequent mass shootings: ‘Just admit you don’t care’

Piers Morgan to US on frequent mass shootings: ‘Just admit you don’t care’

Fox News Flash top headlines for April 16 00:00 00:0002:50GO LIVE Facebook Twitter Email Embed SpeedNormal Autoplay British commentator Piers Morgan called "hypocrisy" on Friday after the latest U.S. mass shooting took place at a FedEx facility in Indiana . Morgan’s target: The American public. "I wish Americans would stop pretending to be ‘shocked’ by the country’s unrelenting procession of mass shootings," Morgan wrote on Twitter. "You can’t be ‘shocked’ when something keeps happening that you do nothing to stop," he continued. "Just admit you don’t care enough to act, because you love guns too much." Just hours before Morgan commented, a gunman later identified by authorities as Brandon Hole , 19, arrived at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis and allegedly killed eight people and wounded others. Hole later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said. SHARON OSBOURNE DEFENDS PIERS MORGAN ON ‘REAL TIME,’ CALLS PRINCE HARRY THE ‘POSTER BOY’ OF ‘WHITE PRIVILEGE’ The mass shooting followed others that have occurred recently in South Carolina, California, Colorado, Maryland and Georgia. But some social media users pushed back against Morgan’s statements. "We love freedom too much," one respondent wrote. "That’s the word you were looking for." "No, it’s more like gun control isn’t going to fix the problem of sin and evil in the world," another wrote. "We need to go back to the family and values." "Maybe we should look at addressing the disturbed people who carry out these heinous acts and not the tools they use," another […]

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