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2/13/2018 3:39 pm  #1


You Know, You could just Change the Channel, Right?

Gun lobbyists are mad as heck and they just aren't going to take it anymore. 

In a new "We'll Show You How Mad We Are" TV spot produced by the NRA, a really pissed off middle-aged white man holding a sledge hammer stands beside a television showing clips of the media criticizing the NRA and Donald Trump. 

As clips continue to playing -- including snippets from comedy shows such as Saturday Night Live and Last Week Tonight With John Oliver -- Stinchfield's irritation grows until he finally lowers his safety goggles and slams the television with the sledgehammer.  



 


“While the framers of the Constitution foresaw the possibility of a tyrannical president, they never let their imaginations be darkened by the possibility of a compliant Congress.”
 

2/13/2018 3:43 pm  #2


Re: You Know, You could just Change the Channel, Right?


Well, at least The internet had fun with this:


Medium Rick
@e46rick
Replying to @NRATV
Wait, if I smash my TV, how do I watch NRA TV?

Pauli
@pauligirll
Replying to @NRATV
ATTN NRA MEMBERS:, Smash your TV with a hammer

Scott
@firescotch
Replying to @NRATV
Gonna own the libs by [adjusts safety goggles] destroying my own property

John Pinto
@TheGreatPinto
Replying to @NRATV
Do the NRA snowflakes need a safe space so big bad words won't hurt their little feelings?

Me? I feel really, really good about guys like this buying guns.  

Last edited by Goose (2/13/2018 4:25 pm)


“While the framers of the Constitution foresaw the possibility of a tyrannical president, they never let their imaginations be darkened by the possibility of a compliant Congress.”
     Thread Starter
 

2/13/2018 9:18 pm  #3


Re: You Know, You could just Change the Channel, Right?

Says a lot about the audience !  


"Do not confuse motion and progress, A rocking horse keeps moving but does not make any progress"
 
 

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