There comes a point where the gun-banners become utterly transparent in their intentions.
They intend for you to disarm, then they will shoot you.
They have told you this repeatedly, if you're paying attention. On national television (CNN) it was "suggested" that Alex Jones, who "debated" Piers Morgan, be shot. The specific statement made was to challenge him to a boxing match and when he showed up pull a concealed handgun and shoot him.
But that's not enough. Oh no.
“Share this everywhere, especially gun-nut and anti-game websites,” the creator writes with the username gizmo01942. “Also see if you can’t send it in to the NRA somehow, like through the feedback on their website or something.”
And what is that?
That's Wayne LaPierre being targeted, and you can shoot him with the expected result.
Is it clear yet?
The left wishes to disarm you for the explicit purpose of murdering you as soon as you comply with their demands.
If you want to know why you need an AR-15, an AK-47 or a weapon with a full-capacity magazine, whether that's 6, 7, 15, 20 or 30 rounds, this is the reason.
How many more examples do you need when someone writes video games depicting your murder or comments on the air that they would like to see someone challenge you to a boxing match, pull a gun on you and kill you in cold blood?
Folks, this is not conjecture.
The people on the left are telling you in plain English that if you disarm you will be slaughtered.
Exactly as occurred in Germany, in Rwanda, in Guatemala and in countless other parts of the world.
These people are not anti-gun. They are only against you being able to defend yourself against them, and they intend to kill you if you first disarm and thus make it possible for them to do so.
That's the history of the "anti-gun" people worldwide over the last 100 years and it is happening again right here, right now, today, in America.
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