i have looked at the zillion tweets i got from people all who think we should own guns. none of them add up. ban all guns.—
Flea (@flea333) December 16, 2012
Flea and Chad Smith from the band The Red Hot Chili Peppers jumped aboard the celebri-ghoul train with both feet. Like their fellow celebrities, they immediately began politicizing the horrific tragedy in Newtown. 26 people are dead, including 20 children, and these cretins rush to dance on their graves to score political points.
Not so fast; there are more oh-so-brilliant tweets.
Er. Wait, there’s even more.
His band mate, drummer Chad Smith, echoes his call to change The Constitution of the United States.
Rights? Who needs pesky rights? The Chili Peppers have spoken. Chad then retweeted the always jackassy, and snit fit prone, Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine.
Ah, yes. “Extremists” are to blame. Not the evil committing the horrific act. No, no!
Flea then retweeted these ghoul-gems.
And then continued to share his personal wisdom with Twitter.
Really? Then why the public backing of Obama and a free concert for his volunteers? Also, no agenda? Then why all the anti-gun zealotry?
Well, Flea, maybe you should give a hoot and get an interest in reality. Start by talking to these Twitter users.
Flea would rather Twitter user Tonya had been unarmed. Perhaps Flea should also talk to these conservative women, who understand that a real war on women is being waged by anti-gun zealots.
Dear Red Hot Chili Peppers: Stick to Californication, not pontification. Thanks!