GQ Asks Why Trump Didn’t Call For Death Penalty For Vegas Shooter. There’s Just One Problem

GQ Magazine published an article Thursday attacking President Donald Trump for failing to call for the death penalty for Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock.

The piece was quickly followed with a correction since Paddock was already dead and could thus not be given the death penalty.

“An earlier version of this article used a headline noting that Trump had publicly called for the death penalty in the New York attack, but not the Las Vegas shooting in particular. That discrepancy is probably related to the fact that the Las Vegas shooter is dead. We regret the error,” GQ’s correction reads.

GQ apparently forgot the Las Vegas shooter killed himself after firing on a crowd of concertgoers, killing 59 and wounding more than 500, making death penalty demands useless. (Related: Las Vegas Shooter Had This Written In His Hotel Room).







GQ Bashes Trump Because He Didn’t Demand Death Penalty For Vegas Shooter

Why Does Donald Trump Want the Death Penalty for the New York Attack, But Not for Others? [Updated] | GQ

Yes @FeministaJones, POTUS should have demanded the Vegas shooter be resurrected and given the Death Penalty..(please don’t have children.)

Rich Noyes on Twitter: “VIDEO: Reporter actually criticizes Trump for not demanding death penalty for ALREADY DEAD Las Vegas