In the style of late-night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence on Saturday released a video response to its most verbal critics on Twitter.
The YouTube video features members of CSGV in front of an pro-gun control banner reading several “mean tweets” to the camera and responding.
via Gun control group responds to critics with ‘mean tweets’ video (VIDEO).
First I am pissed that Sean Sorrentino got mentioned three times and I not even in the credits. But I will survive….sniff.
I did find it funny that after all the crap they have spouted, they had to spend their meager budget on a little video trying tp play victim….we ain’t buying
But if you wanna see the true soul of the Opposition, go no further:
We do this social media/blog with a heavy dose of humor. We need it to counter the true venom coming from Those Who Know Better Than Us.
But as sure as hell I don’t trust them to do the right thing, the honorable thing or even the moral thing.
And that is why we carry and that is why we win.
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That’s what passes for “mean” around there?
If my account wasn’t strictly for absurdist humor, I’d have to step in and show them how it’s done.
At the end of the video is a invitation to go to their Facebook page to talk. Except I’ve been banned from there for a long time. So much for wanting a conversation.
That response to the blind lady is beyond despicable. The gun haters, with comments like that and their fascination with small peni make me sick.
We should do our own video, where we read every time a CSGV member advocating forcibly reeducating, torturing, killing, SWATing, or droning/bombing gun owners or when they make the entire gun rights issue about penis size. But I have a feeling that video would go on for hours.
That is a full 2 hour movie to make! 😀
My knowledge of ASL is very, very limited. I assume CSGV probably doesn’t know the language either. But I’ve got one sign for them, right here.
One of my brothers knows ASL.
While taking classes, he and his classmates would tell each other to “die in a turtle fire.”
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