Cory Booker, David Hogg Think Toy Guns Are More Regulated than Real Guns
I can hear you all now: Courtney, WHY do you keep writing about David Hogg? His fifteen minutes should've been long over months ago. To which I answer: he's an idiot who thinks he's a genius, wrapped up in a meme of the left, who says things so stupid, but in such seriousness, he's made himself into an accidental comedian. Like this one, where he agreed to a Cory "SPARTACUS" Booker tweet that toy guns are more regulated than actual guns.
First, let's note there are no sources cited to this internet caca. Just two cyber lemmings agreeing with each other on a subject they know little about. So, Twitter.
Also, David, it's "regulated." How sad for that top-performing Asian student who lost a spot to Harvard for this crap-flinger.
Secondly, I've purchased a number of actual guns. Every single gun purchase I've made I've had to go through a background check, despite being a legal concealed carry permit holder. But were I to walk into Wal-Mart to pick up a cap gun, no background check required. I don't even need to leave my house. Toy guns are still available on a popular online store which contains both the first and last letters of the alphabet. No more hints.
Thirdly, and I feel like I've said this before, Americans have a Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. Toy guns are not real guns and therefore are not covered under the Second Amendment.
Fourthly, when was the last time (or first time) you heard about needing more laws for scary black toys? Uh huh.
I need to see proof toy guns are more regulated than real guns. I further need the silly definition of "regulated" or perhaps that's "regelated" both Cory and Davey Hogg are using. Maybe we're not pulling our definitions from the same place. Cory is, after all, a hangry hangry vegan. David is but a mentally-challenged sad person trapped in the body of a bacterial infection.
In news opposite of David, watch this smart lady: