Well are they weapons of war or not?!

Weapons of War

Okay, for weeks now the gun-grabbing Lefties have been shrieking that AR-15-style semi-automatic rifles are weapons of war.

And we can’t have these weapons of war on our streets!!!!!!

Yes, my friends, these military-style “assault weapons” are weapons of war. They’re WEAPONS OF WAR!!!!!

But wait.

In response to this tweet from Kurt Schlichter…

…a gun-grabber had this to say:

Okay, so which is it, people?

Is the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle a “military-style” weapon of war?

Or is it a water gun and no match for military-style weapons?

Because it can’t be both.

Now, I realize that Leftists aren’t the brightest stars in the firmament.

But you can’t demand we ban a semi-automatic rifle because “weapons of war do not belong on our streets” if you don’t think it’s a match for actual weapons of war.

But that isn’t the only stupid emanating from this moron’s tweet, of course.

Obviously he fails to comprehend that the bubbling civil war is not between the US military and civilians, but between Americans and the anti-American Left.

And in that hypothetical match-up, I doubt the US military and their “tsunami situation” weapons would be turned toward those of us who own those scary “weapons of war.” After all, we’re not the side trying to overthrow our Constitutional Republic.

The problem with Leftists – okay there are a lot of problems…

But for the sake of this post, the problem with Leftists is they really don’t know what they’re talking about.

And this is especially true when it comes to guns.

Who can forget Pocahontas decrying the easy availability of “Rambo-style assault weapons?”

So what is their response to those of us who know a thing or two about guns?

That’s right, folks.

If you actually know what you’re talking about, you are not permitted to point out that these gun-grabbers haven’t a clue.

It’s gunsplaining!!!!

I would define “gunsplaining” as pointing out their glittering ignorance about guns.

But apparently Adam Weinstein is smarter than I am.

You should read that opinion piece. It’s a howler.

He actually believes that we can’t have an honest debate about guns because one side is constantly pointing out that the other side doesn’t know even the basic facts about firearms.

When, in reality, it’s impossible to have an honest debate with people who don’t know what in the hell they’re talking about.

Especially when those people can’t seem to make up their mind as to whether the target of their animus is a weapon of war or a insignificant little water gun.

Oy, the stupid; it burns.

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4 thoughts on “Well are they weapons of war or not?!

  • March 7, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    Gunsplaining…you should trademark that. Maybe make a meme with it.

    • March 7, 2018 at 5:30 pm

      NM…reread the tweet.

  • March 8, 2018 at 9:45 am

    “currently at work on a memoir about gun culture in America”. WTF?!?

    This little bit of self-serving obfuscation would be properly written as: “currently writing a novel about his opinion about guns based on his pro gun-control feelings”.

  • March 22, 2018 at 10:31 pm

    Wouldn’t using the military as gun grabbers would violate the posse comitatus law? More importantly, members of the US military are trained that they may not legally follow an illegal order. Having taken an oath to support and defend the Constitution, they would recognize gun grabbing as such, so the military would either sit it out or side with the Constitution. The gun grabbers would be on their own, and shouldn’t expect support from local law enforcement in any but the bluest of states. A gun grabber killed as a home invader, even if he were a Federal officer, won’t get much sympathy from most red state juries, so unless they can move a trial for dispatching a gun grabber to blue states, gun grabbing would be a very high risk occupation in most states.

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