If you guessed the astroturf gun control groups reaction to Wayne LaPierre’s exit would be a combination of utter glee mixed in with a heaping dose of “the end is near for the NRA” you earned your Carnac the Magnificent hat.
Watch the clip. Johnny Carson is laugh out loud funny.
The gun grabber glee over LaPierre’s exit? Their delusion is funny to us but they are oblivious.
Wayne LaPierre’s retirement signifies a shift in the 2nd Amendment movement in America.
The time is now for gun owners and non gun owners to come together and work to solve the gun violence epidemic.
— 97Percent (@97Percentorg) January 5, 2024
Yeah, the 97 Percent group, which is another anti-gun group masquerading as a gun rights group. Because being honest about trying to recreate past tyrannies is a guarantee that you’ll only get real donations from gun-hating rich lefties who live behind hired guns for self-defense. The only thing missing from their tweet is the bookmarks “once upon a time” and “happily ever after.”
The only thing his departure signifies is how a trial clears your mind.
By the way, it’s not “gun violence.” It’s gang violence. Quit trying to obfuscate.
Sen. Murphy on LaPierre’s resignation from NRA: “The NRA is a shell of its former self and Wayne LaPierre’s exit is a signal of how weak the NRA has become. I just think we’re entering an era where we are going to continue to pass improvements in gun laws”
— Burgess Everett (@burgessev) January 5, 2024
Senator Murphy? Isn’t he the guy who claimed he was a Vietnam Vet when in reality he just slept with underage Vietnamese girls on Epstein’s island? Oh wait, am I getting my stories mixed up? “I just think” Murphy says. Maybe he thought about his as he soiled his britches because someone forgot to put him in a Depends for the day. Because the federal courts have a very different take (with a few exceptions like the 9th Circus and their ideological twins at the 7th where we live).