Poe’s law is an Internet adage which states that, without a clear indicator of the author’s intent, parodies of extreme views will, to some readers, be indistinguishable from sincere expressions of the parodied views. (Wikipedia)

I bumped into this character in Twitter.

SistaSimone high capacity clip

How wrong can one person be? Not an accessory, not a magazine, it holds 10 rounds which with the exception of NY, every Gun Control States considers fine and killing power is not defined by quantity but energy of the round.

Now, if this was the only example of sheer stupidity…it is not.

SistaSimone sniper 1

Yes, an air rifle. The hits continue.

SistaSimone night sightsSo we have been wasting all that money on tactical flashlights…damn it.


SistaSimone shroudNot even the Shroud of Turin can accomplish that level of miracles!
SistaSimone flashThere are plenty more tweets with nonsense like this. @SistaSimone (if real) must have found some old posts or modern rehash of the Clinton Assault Weapons ban’s list of lies and distortions and she decided to give it a modern look. By what she posts on other subjects, I am inclined to believe that this is not a troll account but a real person… without much in the brain department.

And she votes. God help us.



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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “The Poe’s Law Club: Member @SistaSimone”
  1. Time to go shopping. I need a barrel should so I can shoot faster and with more power. I also need some night sights so I can assassinate people in the dark. Of course I will need a flash suppressor so no one will see me.

    I’ve got a ammo can full of those high capacity magazines. Except mine aren’t curved. I must just be a criminal in waiting.

  2. I dunno. That “more thrust per squeeze” line makes me think it’s a troll/parody account. So far, I’ve only ever seen that phrase coming from gun owners trolling antis.

    But then again, a US Representative actually did say “shoulder thing that goes up,” and was dead-serious about her sincerity of ignorance, so I suppose it could be real.

    When you cannot distinguish parody from the reality of your enemies, what does that say about said opposition?

    1. Spot on Kermit.
      Although I would think a Darrel shroud was so could hide the evil light it emits in the dark

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