If you’re a leftist with nothing better to do than shame law-abiding Americans, there’s nothing easier than jumping onboard an anti-Constitutional bandwagon, as you scoop up feeling points from the sycophantic media. Amy Schumer should stick with fat shaming and stealing other people’s jokes. Alas, the broad couldn’t help herself jumping into the fray with this Inside Amy Schumer sketch.
This is what Politico is calling “edgy.”
“Since my brother caught a stray bullet at a mall shooting, I found out it’s not even worth it to try to sue gun or ammo manufacturers because the law gives them almost complete immunity from liability,” the character playing the lawyer said, before the faux commercial features testimonials from clients.
Wait, wait… yes I know I’m interrupting the story flow here. So sue me. You cannot sue a gun or ammo manufacturer for the actions of the shooter. Makes sense. Like you can’t sue a dog breeder if an owner’s dog bites someone else. Or the manufacturer of the leash the dog was using. You cannot sue Smirnoff or Chevy if a drunk driver kills somebody. Likewise, you cannot sue Bic pens if you write utter crap. Otherwise Schumer would’ve been sued long ago. Catching my drift here? Okay, let’s continue…
“A coworker we laid off opened fire at my office with a semiautomatic weapon that the gun manufacturer had made incredibly easy to convert to a fully automatic machine gun. I am disabled for life, so I called Shrak and Murphy, and they told me I was sh– out of luck,” a woman says.
WTF is the left’s obsession with automatic weapons lately? Are you noticing that? There’s a war on to get semiautomatic weapons banned. Seems what they’re doing here is trying to convince low-information voters, who know as much about guns as they do about good comedy, to associate semi-autos (one trigger pull, one shot) with machine guns (bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang). I’m going to have to delve deeper into that one a bit later.
Another man says, “I tried to sue the manufacturers of a hollow-tip bullet that was designed to inflict as much pain as possible, but current law makes it impossible to sue for damages. I even had to pay the ammo company’s legal costs.”
Okay. See paragraph above starting with “Wait, wait…” Because it’s borderline functionally retarded to blame the tool for a person’s crime. For example, if I misspell words here, I can’t blame my keyboard. Yes, I will try to blame autocorrect, which I had to turn back on because I was making too many typos. Even still, I have eyes. I should catch the typos. Imagine if I made an egregious grammatical error, then tried to sue Apple for a faulty keyboard.
Oh but the anti-gun crazies will say it’s not the same. Guns are, like, super dangerous. Like, people die and stuff. Right. Also, the Constitution says I can have one. That’s the real crux of the issue right there. Owning a gun is a right. To defend myself from (insert threat here). I know autonomy, independence, self-reliance, self-preservation are big boo-boo no-no’s for ninnies on the left like Amy Schumer who probably has armed body guards, but for the rest of us plebes, the boom-boom sticks are nice to have for self-defense.
Sadly, this isn’t Amy Schumer’s first epic fail when it comes to gun “humor.” She’s just a terrible, unfunny, person.
Who understands the Second Amendment as much as she understands the First.