A gun store in St. Peters, Missouri, is under fire after creating a poll on its Facebook page that asked followers whether Friday’s massacre of Muslims in New Zealand was a “tragedy” or “f**king great.”
The Facebook poll created by shop Tactical Shit was deleted this weekend, but images of it were captured by the Riverfront Times. The images show 15 percent of respondents voting that the murder of 50 innocent people was “f**king great.”
“How do you ‘feel’ about the NZ Shooting?” the poll question read, according to the screenshot. “This poll is because in our posts and news stories, our s**theads seem pretty divided.”
“We are in no way are indicating our opinion. Just want yours,” the post added.
The shooting attack on two mosques stunned Christchurch, New Zealand, Friday, leaving 50 dead and dozens injured. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called the attack a terrorist act and said it was the country’s “darkest day.”
Australian right-wing extremist Brenton Tarrant confessed to the attack and was charged with murder soon after the massacre. On Saturday, a New Zealand court ordered that he remain in custody until his next court appearance April 5.
According to Riverfront Times, Tactical Shit’s Facebook page also shared a “distracted boyfriend” meme following the shooting.
In the meme, the boyfriend is “literally the whole “f**king world” and the girlfriend being ignored is labeled as…