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Jesse Watters blasted actor Michael Ian Black for a series of incendiary tweets directed at the National Rifle Association in the wake of the YouTube headquarters shooting.

On Tuesday, Nasim Najafi Aghdam, an Iranian immigrant armed with a 9mm handgun, shot three people at the web giant's San Bruno, Calif. complex.

Afterward, the "Wet Hot American Summer" actor took to Twitter to rip the NRA.

"Another shooting. I'm going to politicize the f*** out of it and so should you. The NRA is a terrorist organization," he said.

Black tweeted later that it did not matter whether Aghdam was a member of the Fairfax, Va.-based gun rights organization.

"What's with this guy?" Watters asked. "He's not even taking into consideration the facts."

Watters said the "Ed" actor does not care whether the NRA facilitated the shooting, as long as he could criticize the group.

Watters pointed out that Aghdam was a vegan, animal-rights activist with a small handgun, and not a conservative with a high-powered rifle.

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