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Alyssa Milano Shares 'NoRA' Gun Violence 'Bill of Rights'
I sometimes yearn for a simpler time. Back when I'd hear the name Alyssa Milano. My first thought would be the makeover episode of Who's the Boss. When she went from tomboy every 80s kid's mega-crush. Instead, when I hear the name my first thought is, "What stupid political thing did she say or do now?"
Yesterday, the star of such classics like Embrace of the Vampire and Poison Ivy 2 held a "NoRA" anti-gun protest. Then, she shared this gun violence "bill of rights." Get ready for a good laugh:
GUN SAFETY BILL OF RIGHTS #NoRA https://t.co/jnrDimnyvA— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa Milano) 1525562794.0
Ah, so the key to preventing gun deaths is to make shooting somebody illegal. Establishing gun free zones at schools. Banning violent crazy people from owning gats. Great ideas.
I hate to break it to Alyssa Milano and her NoRA cohorts, but all those policies are already in place. None of them do anything to stop murderers. Criminalizing dickweeds still pop caps in asses. Schools still get shot up. Nutbars still get their grubby paws on munitions. Though, I wouldn't expect any of those facts to convince leftists otherwise.
Make no mistake, all of these policies are passive aggressive jabs at gun ownership. It's easy to protect people from gun violence if they don't have guns. Note also the broken AR-15 on the NoRA's letterhead. This "bill of rights" is little more than an attempt at wiping their rectums with the real Bill of Rights. They think they're clever with the vague recommendations, but we can see though the bullhickey.
Mayhaps Alyssa and her fellow NoRA celebs should stick to playing pretend for a living. They're much better at that than selling us on gun control. There may be some policies we can put forward to put a damper on gun violence, but banning boomsticks is not the answer.
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