Everyone knows that liberals in the media and in Washington don’t know anything about guns. They remind us of that fact constantly. Remember this gem?
Obviously, that’s not even remotely true.
Sadly, we see misinformation on guns from the liberal left constantly.
The liberal in the following video was trying to make the point that buying a gun is easy in America. He walked into a gun store to buy a gun and he got rejected by the background check.
My sides are in orbit. pic.twitter.com/q3gz8kF9kt
— Ashley Rae (@Communism_Kills) November 8, 2017
Yes, that actually happened.
And the internet was all over it.
I’m headed to Wal-Mart to get a chainsaw bayonet. PM me if y’all need me to pick up some grenades or buckshot for your under barrel death cannon.
No, seriously, they actually show this “chainsaw bayonet” as a possible modification, along with a “trigger crank.” I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. https://t.co/MZ44VeZP3q
— Heather (@hboulware) November 8, 2017
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— Vareck Bridges (@Gray_Wolfs76) November 8, 2017
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) November 8, 2017
Again, the Press is incapable of covering guns. https://t.co/oT6ErieDk1
— Lee Doren (@LDoren) November 8, 2017
Are you people freaking kidding me with this video?? A chainsaw bayonet??? https://t.co/ZRVGTlqmxg
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) November 8, 2017
And liberals wonder why no one takes them seriously?
From Washington Free Beacon:
In a video posted to its Twitter page, the news publication attempted to explain the AR-15 rifle to its readership. The video detailed random components of an AR-15 like the trigger, buttstock, handguard, and sights but not other integral parts like the upper receiver, lower receiver, or grip.
It then showed a seemingly random collection of “possible modifications” to the AR-15, “some common, some rare.” Examples included in the video were a 100-round magazine, shotgun attachment, and a novelty trigger crank. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the publication warned of the existence of a chainsaw bayonet.
Presumably, USA Today includes the chainsaw bayonet among the rare “possible modifications” as its existence doesn’t extend beyond a joking proof of concept and is not readily available on the open market.
Another swing and a miss from the media.