Trump Jr. Just ‘Liked’ A Tweet Blaming Florida Mass Shooting On The FBI’s Russia Investigation

People in general are stupid, but few have managed to reach the level of stupidity enjoyed by Donald Trump Jr.

Apparently, the son of President Stable Genius thinks that the FBI has better things to focus on than the criminal investigation into he, his father, and their friends’ collusion with Russia to destroy American democracy — like patrolling schools watching for any sign of danger.

On Thursday, the second-dumbest Trump son next to Eric agreed with far right-wing agitator Kurt Schlichter that “The FBI was too busy trying to undermine the president to bother with doing it’s freaking job.”

Schlichter’s remark was in response to Twitter Nazi Jack Posobiec’s demand to know why the “FBI dropped their active shooter investigation” into Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz “months ago.”

In reality (yes, even on Fox News’ website), the FBI was given information about a comment Cruz made on YouTube that he was going to become a “professional school shooter” — one of many similar remarks made on YouTube seemingly every six seconds.

“No other information was included in the comment which would indicate a particular time, location or the true identity of the person who posted the comment,” the FBI said in a statement regarding — let’s call them “erroneous reports” since the media doesn’t liked to call liars liars these days — that the FBI knew of Cruz’s plans. Cruz did post the comment under his own name, but there was no way to know if that was his real name at the time.

“The FBI would have been all over Nikolas Cruz if there was even a remote chance he was a Republican who had once shook hands with Donald Trump,” one reply to Schlichter’s dumbass post says — which is kind of awkward considering that Cruz posted a photo of himself wearing a Trump trucker hat on Instagram:

The Trump administration’s animosity toward the FBI is understandable — Robert Mueller’s probe continues to close in on them daily, with multiple indictments and guilty pleas already under his belt.

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