Stupidass NRA ad advocates for violence, calls for a safe space for freedom
A one-minute video uploaded nearly four months ago to the National Rifle Association’s YouTube channel has sparked the kind of outrage you’d expect from offensive footage posted 20 minutes ago. It’s beyond me why the world has suddenly discovered “Freedom’s Safest Place | S2 E2: ‘The Violence Of Lies'” but here we are, collectively smh’ing as NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch presents an asinine call to arms.
After bashing the media, entertainment industry, people who overuse the Hitler comparison, and more, Loesch lays down the law:
The only way we stop this, the only way we save our country and our freedom, is to fight this violence of lies with the clenched fist of truth. I’m the National Rifle Association of America, and I’m freedom’s safest place.
You read that right. The NRA is freedom’s safest place. The special snowflake catchphrase is apparently the title of this series of videos, which includes spots featuring Wayne LaPierre bitching about the media (yawn) and Chris W. Cox having trouble grasping state laws.
People on both sides of the aisle have slammed this domestic terrorist rhetoric but the NRA really doesn’t give a shit. Loesch posted a Periscope video on Wednesday defending her right to incite violence and calling out “the dullest crayons in the box in my life” — truly a sick burn if you’d just entered preschool and had only recently discovered the magic of Crayola.
[Screenshot: National Rifle Association]