GUNS AND INSURERS – Nearly 45,000 retweets and nearly 150,000 likes:
If owning a gun was an effective means of self-defense, your insurance rates would go down when you bought one. But they go up, because actuaries have proven that you’re far, far more likely to shoot yourself or a family member than someone attacking you.
— Faith Consultant (@jndevereux) February 24, 2018
No retweets and no likes: the fact that insurance companies don’t consider gun ownership at all (hence it doesn’t impact on the rates) because it is irrelevant to the types of insurance they offer and the liabilities they insure against.