Brainless libtard CNN hack Chris Cuomo is one of the most stupid, dishonest and untrustworthy talking heads on TV, and the liar has now been busted spreading a fake news story about a 20 year old student, Cody Davis, who was supposedly able to purchase an AR-15 in 5 minutes, without even having an ID.
Unfortunately for Chris Cuomo and the libtard left, it turns out that it was a lie, and the gun purchase never happened. Cody Davis didn’t even fill out the paperwork because it was too long and complicated for the brainless libtard loser.
“I was able to buy an AR-15 in five minutes. I’m 20 and my ID is expired.
-Cody Davis #GunReformNow
The story that Chris Cuomo shared is titled “I Was Able To Buy An AR-15 In 5 Minutes”, even though Cuomo knew it was fake.
Cody Davis, the idiot who started the lie, even said that he didn’t actually buy the AR-15 and didn’t ecven fill out the paperwork.
“After he walked me through the paperwork, all five pages of it,” the non-buyer eventually admits, “I told him I changed my mind and wanted to think more before I bought an AR-15.”
Hell, even without the knowledge that the initial liar, Cody Davis, didn’t actually purchase the gun, anyone with half a brain would know right off the bat that the AR-15 story was a lie, but Cuomo is working with far less than half a deck, so there is a pretty good chance that Cuomo really did believe the fake story, because Chris Cuomo is far too stupid to know any better.
Everyone knows that Chris Cuomo is not quite as smart as a wet bowl of oatmeal, and this is just one more example of Cuomo’s utter stupidity.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo retweeted a fake story about a student who claimed to be able to buy an AR-15 in “5 minutes,” and then doubled down when he was called out.
Cuomo retweeted the article, “I Was Able To Buy An AR-15 In 5 Minutes,” which shows a 2o-year-old student holding an AR-15 and claiming to have purchased it without going through a background check.
However, the student admitted in the article that he never actually finished filing out the paperwork — which would initiate the background check — to buy the AR-15. Instead, he shopped around for a bit, took photos with some guns, and asked for the advice of the shop owners.
“After he walked me through the paperwork, all five pages of it, I told him I changed my mind and wanted to think more before I bought an AR-15,” the student wrote. “He told me it wasn’t a problem and listed the store hours if I wanted to come back. I then said thank you and walked back to my car.”
People started pointing out that the kid never actually bought the AR-15, but Cuomo doubled down, stating, “Isn’t the point that the kid’s age and lack of ID wasn’t a deterrent?”
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