Any time a tragedy occurs, the media twists it into an opportunity ripe for leftist idiocy. The Texas shooting is proving to be no exception. We’ve seen a lot of stupid (see [Video] MSNBC Reporter Goes Off on Gun Silencers. Makes Herself Look Like an Idiot…), but this USA Today video? It takes the cake.
Watch this and pray your IQ comes out unscathed:
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 8, 2017
You’ll want to pause around 0:36. It’s hard to miss.
Ah yes, the “chainsaw bayonet.” It’s the perfect mod to help transform your AR-15 into an evil murderizing machine. Look out, world.
Just to be clear, USA Today slipped that one in without a lick of irony. They’re 100% serious about it being a thing.
In standard internet fashion, Twitter came up with a few possible modifications of their own. Join us as we revel in the glorious mockery.
I honestly didn't even know this was an option. pic.twitter.com/dzzkLys8P8
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 8, 2017
— jon gabriel (@exjon) November 8, 2017
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 8, 2017
Wow. Millennials have now ruined guns, too. pic.twitter.com/QuD1mHzylO
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) November 8, 2017
Sensible gun control is needed. pic.twitter.com/e1MVXvj9cf
— Lone Conservative (@LoConservative) November 8, 2017
There you have it. Clearly gun modifications have gone TOO FAR.
This isn’t the first time the media has made a hilarious booboo regarding guns (see IDIOTS: Liberal Vox Proves They Know Nothing About Guns… Again!). This won’t be the last time either. The left has waged a war on the AR-15, despite it being an easily-handled tool which has proven immensely useful for home and self defense. See also the hero who intervened, WITH AN AR-15, in the Texas shooting and prevented more bloodshed. But pay no mind to that. Instead, USA Today wants you to think of guns as mutated, chainsaw death missiles with a thirst for human blood.
Hence why you never catch the mainstream media diving into the truth when it comes to guns. The left prefers to stay in their safe spaces where inconvenient facts can’t hurt them.