I am 100% convinced that much of the hatred directed at these kids from Covington Catholic School is Leftist resentment about not sinking the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Here we have another young, white, Catholic kid, from a good Catholic school, with a promising future ahead of him and the Left is going all out to make sure the rest of his life is absolutely ruined because they failed to use Kavanaugh’s high school experience to ruin the rest of his life.

Tweets like this prove it.

Then I see this.  The Tweet to top all the other Tweets on this topic.

I guess the image of sending children to their death for their religion and political alignment in a gas chamber or crematoria isn’t quite as funny as a wood chipper for a Hollywood producer.

This is, without reservation or qualification, a call for the genocide of children because they do not conform to the current Leftist standard for Ubermensch, i.e., woke.

I may not be a MAGA hat wearer, but I am still a Republican, a Zionist, and most certainty not a Leftist, so I know those are my children he is talking about.

If I had any buyer’s remorse over picking up a new 1911 on Friday, it’s gone, and I’m ordering another 1,000 rounds of 223 as soon as I publish this post.

Every time some Lefty posts to Twitter a call for violence, murder, or genocide of the Right, buy a box of ammo.  I have a feeling you will need it.

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12 thoughts on “Wherein Hollywood Twitter inspires me to buy another case of 223”
  1. I had to slow down a bit on the laying in of supplies. She said that it looks like I am “preparing for a war,” I have enough guns, ammo, and other supplies to equip a platoon of Marines, and I need to slow it down.

    I disagree. I can equip a squad, at most. Either way, she is VERY understanding about my preps, and I intend on keeping it that way, so I am going to back off a bit.

    What scares me the most is that I think she is absolutely correct about one thing: A war is exactly what is coming, whether I am prepared for it or not.

    1. Palmetto state armory has kits for 300 bucks, including MBUS sights. All you need is a stripped lower………

      1. It isn’t the money. My wife is a former New Yorker (upstate) and had never even touched a gun before I met her. I went from her not seeing the need to carry a gun to her having a CCW. She is very tolerant of my prepping, but I can only push so hard.

  2. If I was a hat wearing type of guy, I’d have a red MAGA hat on it’s way to my house right now, just out of spite. Maybe I’ll settle for a shirt. Or one of those bumper stickers that says “Proud to be everything a liberal hates”.

  3. Freakin’ coward set his account to private. Typical Leftist, afraid to have their evil exposed to the world. Is there any way to report a Twitter user if you can’t actually view their account? I’ve stayed out of Twitter but this is just sick and I think it deserves some serious back lash. Lots of folks were banned from social media for criticizing the Parkland “kids”, this monster posts murder fantasy BS about high schoolers and he gets to stay. From Twitter’s terms of use:

    “● Violent threats (direct or indirect):You may not make threats of violence or promote violence, including threatening or promoting terrorism.
    ● Harassment: You may not incite or engage in the targeted abuse or harassment of others. Some of the factors that we may consider when evaluating abusive behavior include:
    ○ if a primary purpose of the reported account is to harass or send abusive messages to others;
    ○ if the reported behavior is one­sided or includes threats;
    ○ if the reported account is inciting others to harass another account; and
    ○ if the reported account is sending harassing messages to an account from multiple accounts.
    ● Hateful conduct: You may not promote violence against or directly attack or threaten other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease. We also do not allow accounts whose primary purpose is inciting harm towards others on the basis of these categories.”

  4. You know, Palmetto State Armory has D&H 30-round mags with Magpul followers for $8 each, ships free if you buy 10+. That new case of 5.56 is going to need a good home…

    (Or if you rather play with the big boys, Natches has Lancer L7 .308 mags – SR/DPMS pattern – for $35 apiece, and 10% off for orders of $100 or more.)

  5. I think we call him Genocidal Jack Morrissey from now on. If only there were a way to get that to stick…

  6. “Every time some Lefty posts to Twitter a call for violence, murder, or genocide of the Right, buy a box of ammo. I have a feeling you will need it.”

    So, is that a gunnie version of a drinking game? Every time some left-wing lunatic unmasked his/her inner Stalinist, I gotta buy more ammo?

    “Honey? I gotta have you read something….”

  7. Patriot Post has a good article on the kids and the Indian drummer. Apparently the bad and incorrect news reporting was almost immediately exposed as fake news, but was not retracted. There are plenty of stories that show that the kids did nothing wrong, they were just waiting for their bus. The Indian drummer went right up to them and walked into their midst, banging his drum inches from the kid’s face. The kid afterward said he didn’t know what to do, so he just tried to not react at all. THEN, afterwards, the Indian drummer, who had DONE THIS BEFORE, told the news critters that he was surrounded by the kids, which was a total lie. Which was exposed within a short time span. Which did not catch up to the lie spreading on twitter, apparently.

    You know, when I first heard about twitter, many years ago, I thought, “This is going to turn out to be a very bad thing.” No one I talked to thought that I was right.

  8. So much for John Kovalic. I used to love reading Dork Tower and was trilled to see it recently return in paperback. Too bad. No more of my money for that dude. Good thing Arkhaven now does comics.

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