Siraj Hashmi tweeted a photo that appears to show Binger’s finger on the trigger:
Good God! Prosecutor takes the AR (an admitted exhibit), verbally expresses his assistant has “ checked it to be sure it isn’t loaded.” Then, without himself opening the action to attest unloaded, raises it and points it in the direction of the jury!
Inexcusable. — pipermcq (@pipermcq) November 15, 2021
Townhall editor Spencer Brown reacted to the photo allegedly exhibiting Binger’s finger on the trigger by asking, “Did Alec Baldwin edify the Rittenhouse prosecutor how to handle firearms?”
On October 23, 2021, Breitbart News noted that Hollywood weapons expert Bryan Carpenter verbally expressed that Alec Baldwin ignored the number one rule of gun safety in his on-set firearm mishap. The New York Post quoted Carpenter stressing that the number one rule is, “Loaded or unloaded, a weapon never gets pointed at another human being.”
An adscititious overarching gun safety rule is that individuals are to treat every gun as if it is loaded. This rule goes hand-in-hand with the one Carpenter fixated on and additionally negates pointing a gun at anyone, as the firearm is always surmised loaded.
Look at this goofball with his finger on the trigger pointed at a courtroom profuse of people. pic.twitter.com/th5eARTaPT — Shane B. Murphy (@shanermurph) November 15, 2021
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