Doctors post blood-soaked photos after NRA tells them to pipe down over gun laws
US doctors are sharing haunting pictures of the aftermath of gun violence on social media after the National Rifle Association of America (NRA) told medical experts to "stay in their lane" when it comes to firearms restrictions.
NRA criticised "self-important" anti-gun doctors
Angry medical workers responded with powerful tweets
Pathologist said profession had a responsibility to call for firearms restrictions
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Photos of blood-stained scrubs, graphic X-rays and moving selfies have flooded Twitter in response to a post from the NRA promoting a news release which took aim at medical professionals calling for gun restrictions.
The NRA promoted the post in a tweet, which had attracted 3,000 likes but more than 20,000 replies.