Republicans have always scare their supporters into buying more guns. It happens whenever there is a mass-shooting and it happens whenever an election is about to happen. They used the fear that “Obama is coming to take your guns” and scared Republicans ran to the gun store in record numbers.
Well, no surprise here, but it’s happening all over again. This time however, Fox News seems to be praising a Las Vegas gun store for using verbiage that basically put Hillary Clinton in the crosshairs. Verbiage like, “taking aim at Hillary.”
The Fox Host began the segment by making this introduction – “All right, get your guns, for cheap.”
Another host, Ainsley Earhardt, elaborated. “A Las Vegas gun shop is taking aim at Hillary Clinton by advertising a pre-Hillary sale warning that gun prices are going to skyrocket once the “crooked” Democratic nominee takes office.”
Once again, Donald Trump stood in front of his supporters and suggested that someone could assassinate Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, if it weren’t for all her bodyguards and all the guns they carry. Trump then advised Clinton’s bodyguards to “drop all weapons,” and “disarm,” in anticipation of what would then happen to Mrs Clinton.
Here’s the Republican presidential candidate anticipating what could happen to Hillary Clinton if her bodyguards took his advice.
You know she’s very much against the second amendment. She wants to destroy your second amendment. Guns! Guns! Guns, right? I think what we should do is, she goes around with armed bodyguards like you’ve never seen before. I think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons. They should disarm. Right? Right? I think they should disarm. Immediately. What do you think, yes? Yes. Yes. Take their guns away, she doesn’t want guns. Take their… Let’s see what happens to her.
After patting himself on the back following the Orlando massacre, Donald Trump went on to suggest the usual Republican response when there’s a mass shooting in America – that more club-goers needed more guns. Asked about that statement on Sunday, Chris Cox, the executive director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, said Trump’s answer “defies commonsense.”
“We have a serious problem in this country, a catastrophic situation,” Cox said. “It has nothing to do with firearms. It has nothing to do with the Second Amendment or even gun control and it has everything to do with radical Islamic terrorists.”
Cox was asked about presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump‘s comments that the outcome in Orlando would have been better had more people in the club been armed.
Cox said the Pulse nightclub’s gun-free-zone policy didn’t prevent Omar Mateen from “mowing down innocent people.”
Cox, however, said he does not want people drinking a nightclub armed to the teeth.
“What Donald Trump has said is what the American people know is commonsense, that if somebody had been there to stop this faster, fewer people would have died. That’s not controversial, that’s commonsense,” he said.
“No one thinks that people should go into a nightclub drinking and carrying firearms. That defies commonsense. It also defies the law. It’s not what we’re talking about here,” he added.
Needless to say, this so-called Pastor has totally given up on the verse in the Bible where God commanded his followers to “preach the gospel to every creature,” and instead, Pastor Steven Anderson has chosen to embrace the works of the killer who mercilessly gunned down 50 human beings and wounded another 52. The pastor praised the terrorist and announced, “there’s fifty less pedophiles in this world.”
“These homosexuals are a bunch of perverts and pedophiles, that’s who was a victim here, a bunch of disgusting homosexuals at a gay bar,” he said. He later added: “The good news is that at least fifty of these pedophiles are not going to be harming children anymore. The bad news is that a lot of the homos in the bar are still alive, so they’re going to continue to molest children and recruit people into their filthy homosexual lifestyle.”
Honorable members of The Gun lovers Asylum of America unite!
The insanity continues.
This incident comes shortly after the Governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, signed two pro-gun bills, while vetoing another.
With the newly signed piece of legislation, courts in Arizona can fine cities and counties up to $50,000 if they violate the state statute that prevents the local regulation of firearms. In addition, any school governing board in Arizona is now forbidden to ban someone residing near a school campus to legally possess a firearm.
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It’s been one thing after another. Every time you turn around, Donald Trump is saying something else that is sure to capture the short attention span of what we call… the media. And instead of talking about policies, we are left to debate another dumb remark by Donald Trump.
But his latest dumb remark is not like the many others Trump has made. His latest remark is about his supporters and how blinded they are by their own stupidity. Donald Trump, the current leader in the Republican race for president, opened his mouth and basically said that his supporters are so stupid, no matter what he says or does, his followers will still follow.
“My people are so smart, and you know what else they say about my people, the polls? They say I have the most loyal people.
“Did you ever see that? Where I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose any voters, OK? It’s like incredible.”
It’s not incredible Donald, it’s stupidity. People who would still support someone who “stand in the middle of Fifth Ave and shoot somebody” are incapable of understanding, or unwilling to accept basic human decency. Those people can be called ignorant, they can also be called stupid.