The gun-hating leftists out there hate Chris Kyle.
He is a highly-decorated heroic American serviceman that went out of his way to protect and serve fellow American servicemen and women. A gun is his tool and he uses it for good and to defeat people with evil in their hearts. He is the anathema of what gun control advocates hold dear.
Before his tragic death, he wrote the book American Sniper, which became a best-seller, and it has since been made into a production for the big screen under the care and direction of Clint Eastwood.
Hence, America’s gun haters hate American Sniper the movie.
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence has been catching some heat about providing a forum for those who hate Chris Kyle.
From the Washington Examiner:
Anti-gun group’s Facebook mocks slain ‘American Sniper’ hero
…The Washington-based Coalition to Stop Gun Violence has given critics of the upcoming movie a Facebook outlet to rant about the subject of the movie, sniper Chris Kyle, killed after the leaving the military and while he was at a gun range with a vet suffering from PTSD.
“Good Riddance,” wrote one. “What goes around comes around,” sneered another.
FoxNews also picked up the story from the Examiner and it’s been getting a fair amount of press.
Supporters of doubled down on the vile acrimony, and CSGV has allowed their hate-filled screeds to remain unchecked in a CSGV Facebook rebuttal to the Washington Examiner story. We bring some to you now.
We left the Facebook names and links to the posters in this post for a reason. Let them feel the heat for their hateful bigotry.
Caroline Marie I will keep on trashing that bastard. He was a MURDERER.
Matthew Scott Szerzinski Kyle was a bigot and a liar who happened to be a good shot.
Daniel J. Webster Jr “Live by the gun, die by the gun” from this former Navy Officer who trained with Seals and was stationed in Coronado where they train
Dawn Henke Not a hero. Brags about how much he enjoyed indiscriminately killing people. No sympathy from this army veteran.
Bianca Bangor Not by any means a hero.
Chris Steele Soulless?
Valerie Martin soulless, heartless, and brainless!
Howard Gold In his book, Chris Kyle said that he burglarized homes after killing a “bad guy”. This is not the act of a hero.
Judith Squires Here’s the thing: this man lived by the gun, even if he was doing at as a military duty and died by the gun.
Richard M. Ponce I’m a Navy Vet. And this guy is a disgrace to the uniform I wore. Politics has nothing to do with it.
Matthew Scott Szerzinski Apparently all you need to do to be a hero in some people’s estimation is shoot foreigners. I’m sure Kyle did things that helped save fellow service members lives. I’m also sure he was a sociopath and a liar.
Samuel FN Hall The face of a dead asshole…
Robby Clewley Idolizing a murderer .. That’s real good America
Scott Sproat i can second the above comment-what goes around-comes around. its called karma.
Mark James Hankins Chris Kyle USN ~ karma
Shelley Farrell what a trailer of horse shit.
Daniel Coates First thing to know is that the man was a LIAR and fabricator of stories to enhance his abilities and skills, ie, machoism/reputation. That was proven in a court of LAW. Then, he made his reputation shooting women, old men and women and children from hidden positions in cities we blew up and invaded, without any supervision per se. “it’s you’re call”, ie. do what you want, we will cover your ass! All the while being protected by a squad of Marines!
Lori Fondren Bridge Mr. Kyle was a liar
John Girgus Eh, fuck this guy.,
Mari Tatlow Steed Of all the things with which to create a hornet’s nest of lies, using Chris Kyle/’American Sniper’ ranks as the worst. Whatever about his military record: Kyle is a sad indictment of the need for better gun-control. And for less lying. Irony at its best.
Michael Bailey Psycho.. The only good thing about this guy is the happy ending.
These are the people who would see you, me and everyone else in America disarmed in an effort to recreate past tyrannies. These people are control freaks, bigots and historically illiterate. They hate you exercising your God-given rights.
The movie features a powerful performance by Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle. Mr. Kyle, sadly, was killed by a fellow serviceman whom Kyle was trying to help overcome his PTSD issues.
His funeral was held at Cowboys Stadium and televised nation-wide in 2013.
The movie has been nominated for a slew of awards and is in theaters Friday, January 16th.
Go see it.
It will be an emotional experience.
Don’t let his memory fade.