Fox & Friends host speculates that Las Vegas shooter's motive was that he "didn't have a god"

Fox & Friends host speculates that Las Vegas shooter's motive was that he "didn't have a god" 

Ainsley Earhardt: "He didn't believe in God or didn't have a God or didn't have faith in his life so maybe this is all speculation but that possibly could be the reason"

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From the October 3 edition of Fox News' Fox and Friends:

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AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): You know, Steve and Brian, what's interesting, our last guest, the forensic psychiatrist said, "When you have someone who's young that does something like this, they do it for notoriety; when you have someone who is older, they do it for a cause." And maybe this guy heard that song, God Bless America. His brother said he didn't believe in God or didn't have a God or didn't have faith in his life so maybe this is all speculation but that possibly could be the reason because he knows country musicians or country music fans are normally pro-God and go to church on Sundays. Maybe he has a problem with that or had a problem with that. 

Okay. Y'all don't want to weigh in on that. Alright, stay silent. Let us know what you think. Send us your e-mails. 

Previously:

Alex Jones promotes hoax claiming police said Las Vegas gunman was a "leftist" who was "angry about Trump" 

Gateway Pundit White House correspondent defends sharing hoax from 4chan on Las Vegas shooting

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Guns, National Security & Foreign Policy, Terrorism
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Fox News Channel
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Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade, Steve Doocy
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FOX & Friends
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domestic terrorism, Terrorism
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