The media is going apeshit

After every tragedy such as the one in Orlando, the gun grabbers shit out the most ridiculous reasons to infringe on the right of The People to keep and bear arms.

The post-Newtown shit storm was particularly odious, because the politicians and the media immediately began doing their blood dances on top of the corpses of innocent children! They didn’t care that the murderous freak was mental, or that he stole his mom’s firearms, or that the mental health laws were such, that his detention and institutionalization were nearly impossible.

However, it’s been a while since I’ve seen such a cacophonous tattoo of calls from cowardly media hacks to destroy our fundamental rights.

nydailyIt didn’t just come from the skunk queef at the New York Daily Snooze, who claimed he got PTSD from shooting a varmint rifle and then doubled up on the oozing twattitude yesterday by claiming loudly and proudly that a rifle similar to one drill sergeants actually fire from their crotch to show recruits how light the recoil is was scary and horrible in an effort to promote his view that regular civilians shouldn’t own one, and if that makes him an oozing cunt, so be it.

It’s coming from all over the media.

That bastion of journalistic integrity leftist, panty-shitting douchery Rolling Stone found some Constitutional Law professor to advocate for the repeal of the Second Amendment. Good luck with that, you statist cunt wart. I’d like to see you try.

The Rolling Stone also decided that despite the fact that the Orlando shitbag worked for a security company that works federal contracts, passed every background check, and probably was an Islamic Extremist, exacerbated by homophobia that’s rampant in that particular section of Islam, and maybe even self-loathing IF, in fact, he was gay, it was somehow the fault of the NRA and its millions of innocent members that this fuck stick murdered 49 innocent people!

Meanwhile, the New York Slimes, not to be outdone by the hysterical exploding colostomy bags at the Rolling Stone, has decided the best way to deal with the problem is to have secret “no-buy” lists. Because apparently, fuck your due process! Secret courts, that don’t afford the accused the opportunity to defend him or herself or to face their accuser, are all the rage! After all, we deprive people of their right to board an airplane by placing them on a secret list – nearly half of which consists of people who have jack and shit to do with terrorism – so why the hell not prevent them from exercising a right that is explicitly protected by the Constitution? Fuck your rights!

(By the way, all three presidential candidates are now open to some version of this list. We already knew Hillary Clinton supports this idea. Trump, never one to back away from government force when it suits his needs, claims he’s meeting with the NRA on the issue to try and convince them to bend. And even Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate, says he’d be open to using the list if it’s “fixed,” whatever the hell that means!)

It’s like everyone has lost their everloving minds!

stfuWe’re used to celebutards like Whoopi Goldberg being tyrannical twats, wanting to disarm the peons while she looks on from her well-protected, security-enhanced perch. Now, George Takei got into the mix by threatening RKBA advocates with LGBT action against our Second Amendment rights. But considering that the LGBT community is quickly realizing that self-defense is critical, and membership and training requests are on the rise, I’d advise Sulu to sit the fuck down and get a nice cup of shut the fuck up.

The media’s hysterical fear-mongering notwithstanding, you don’t reduce violence by infringing on the rights of the people who didn’t do anything wrong! Much like we don’t support painting all Muslims with the broad brush of terrorism, and we don’t want to infringe on their rights (at least not anyone sane), we certainly shouldn’t paint America’s gun owners with the same tainted brush of murder. Fact is the vast majority of us are innocent, and the mere fact that we promote freedom and the right to keep and bear arms shouldn’t make us a target for statist scum.

And by the way, many of us are volunteering to help introduce the members of the LGBT community to armed self defense, offering to take them to the range, teach them firearms safety, etc.  What are YOU doing, Sulu, except sitting in your nice, secure, protected, cushy office and threatening innocent people with somehow leveraging the numbers of the LGBT community to disarm them? What are YOU doing, Whoopi, other than screeching from your perch about how much you hate the right to keep and bear arms? What are YOU doing, media, except promoting the idea that law-abiding, peaceable citizens should lose their freedoms?

Nothing? That’s what I thought.

30 responses

  1. Libs are so desperate to retain some power that they actually believe they can co-opt the gay community into buying the weapons ban. What crap…never let a good crisis go to waste, eh, Rahm?

    My gay friends want to be able to protect themselves in a society where they are endangered. The pics of people being thrown off a roof was rightly taken as a warning of things to come if Sharia becomes law here, and it is correctly seen that politicians have little concern for my friends.

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  2. It is appalling that instead of tackling the common denominator of violent Islam in these massacres, the left wants to strip people of the very weapons which can stop them. Even after the attacks in Paris and Belgium where there is no civilian gun ownership they think that civilian disarmament is a gateway to socialist utopia. They are truly traitors to the republic.

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  3. Beat the shit out of a “faggot” in my presence, then watch how fast my CZ comes out. (That’s assuming your intended victim doesn’t agree with Pink Pistols, taking care of you first.) I won’t give a shit if you’re a Muslim following the religion strictly, or some backwards troglodytic variety of Christian.

    And I’ll repeat my offer, in case someone doesn’t follow Nicki’s link…If you’re gay, lesbian, transgender, whatever…or NOT…and want an intro to guns and you’re in Colorado, I’ll do it.

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  4. Now, George Takei got into the mix by threatening RKBA advocates with LGBT action against our Second Amendment rights.

    I guess Takei loved that camp so much that he wants to turn all the US into one.

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    1. No, only people he doesn’t like.

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  5. Christopher M. Chupik

    All the gun-control laws in Canada didn’t stop a gang member from getting shot to death outside the bookstore where I worked a decade ago. I can tell you guys from experience: a society where ordinary people are disarmed is not safer. Not one bit.

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    1. And gun-free China just experienced a mass stabbing with 29 dead so far and 130 wounded.

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      1. No doubt that knife leaped out of its scabbard (or kitchen drawer, or whatever) and went on that rampage, in exactly the same way that guns do(n’t).

        Some people are true bacillus brains.

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        1. Actually that happened in 2014. I thought it was an additional one. It was horrifying nonetheless.

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  6. southtexaspistolero

    Does that make him a gun-grabbing commie, too?

    No, that makes him an oathbreaker and a traitor. And you know what we do with those. Or used to do, at any rate.

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    1. Was there a deleted comment that this was in reply to?

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      1. southtexaspistolero

        It was a reply to the question on the NY Daily News cover.

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        1. Ah. It had me confused a bit.

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  7. Denninger has a differing view on the “professor”.

    http://www.theburningplatform.com/2016/06/16/oh-look-the-actual-debate/

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    1. Nice. Professor can eat a dick.

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  8. I’m still looking for a source to confirm the following stats I found in the comment section of a video:

    Brazil:
    -Homicide rate: 28 per 100000
    -Rate of gun ownership: 8 guns per 100 habitants

    USA:
    -Homicide rate: 3.9 per 100000
    -Rate of gun ownership: 121 guns per 100 habitants

    The closest source, thus far, is this: http://www.as-coa.org/articles/brazil-update-congress-consider-bill-loosening-gun-control

    People keep using Australia as a success story to justify strict legislative measures, and sure, it did have a major effect on mass shootings there, but they still have, from a quick cursory glance, problems with gang violence. Obviously not as bad as in some other places, but violence didn’t disappear because guns disappeared. And legislation won’t deter a determined psychopath.

    And let’s not forget the machete massacres in Rwanda a while back.

    I get that there is no easy solution here. Rights are involved and principles, among other things. Of course, we want to find a solution for curbing mass shootings, but what if there is no solution? What if there is no quick fix?

    from my vantage point, lying and distorting reality only further divides people, and that is precisely what the mainstream media is doing right now. We already don’t trust them.

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  9. “What are YOU doing, Sulu, except sitting in your nice, secure, protected, cushy office and threatening innocent people with somehow leveraging the numbers of the LGBT community to disarm them?”

    No, we don’t want to go down that slope of disarmament any further.

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  10. Sulu attempts to move to dictator from dick taster.

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  11. Twatwaffle Takei will do anything, including flip flop on positions, to maintain his readership. I’ve never seen such a back walking douche nugget.

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    1. I think he thinks himself this great leader of this great movement. It’s an ego thing.

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      1. His ego seems even larger than that of Capt. Kirk’s.

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  12. My response at R.S.:

    Dear Mr. Cohen,

    “When the Second Amendment was adopted in 1791, there were no weapons remotely like the AR-15 assault rifle and many of the advances of modern weaponry were long from being invented or popularized.”

    You are, of course, utterly incorrect.

    By your own arguments, none of your electronic documents or communication tools are protected by the First or Fourth Amendment. Is that really what you want? Of course, the Supreme Court has already dealt with that issue.
    https://www.law.cornell.edu/su

    “Some have made the argument, bordering on the frivolous, that only those arms in existence in the 18th century are protected by the Second Amendment . We do not interpret constitutional rights that way. Just as the First Amendment protects modern forms of communications, e.g., Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union, 521 U. S. 844, 849 (1997) , and the Fourth Amendment applies to modern forms of search, e.g., Kyllo v. United States, 533 U. S. 27, 35–36 (2001) , the Second Amendment extends, prima facie, to all instruments that constitute bearable arms, even those that were not in existence at the time of the founding.”

    Also, you are apparently ignorant of firearms technology of the time.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G

    The founders of this nation included scientists, doctors, engineers, inventors, teachers and philosophers. They were obviously capable of imagining far more than you know.

    Sincerely, The Citizens

    P.S. EVERY common firearm currently available (and throughout history) has been directly derived from a current or former military design. Semi-auto firearms technology is over 100 years old. You want to set us back to a 1890’s limit on the state of firearms technology. In the age of the internet. Good luck with THAT, you driveling moron.

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    1. I always like to point out that yes multi shot repeating rifles with a 22 round magazine did exist back then.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girandoni_air_rifle

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      1. There are much older types. The Kalthhoff and Lorenzoni repeaters with up to 30 shots, from about 1650.

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  14. Someone else pointed out on FB that the rifle he’s holding isn’t available for civilian ownership, so his non-problem is already moot.

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    1. Well yeah. Military rifles have an auto option.

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      1. I sometimes keep a non military rifle in my auto. Is that a problem?

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        1. Only if it’s not clipped down, so as to prevent being damaged by sliding around….

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