The tweet and its accompanying photo have, not surprisingly, been deleted from Twitter and Instagram, but that hasn’t spared Kim Kardashian from further backlash over her posting of a diamond-studded revolver — less than a month after urging her Twitter followers to pledge to reduce gun violence.

So, is Kardashian’s tweeted photo of a gun hypocritical? In poor taste? Or is it just a photo of a gun? She wasn’t even pictured firing it, like a certain president.

Plenty thought it was a dumb move, even by Kardashian’s standards.

https://twitter.com/PlanetWeasley/status/297695054905098241

https://twitter.com/vitka/status/299269656978530304

https://twitter.com/FrankTodaro/status/299242880726347776

Not everyone was so quickly offended, though.

In November, Kardashian deleted a tweet offering prayers to the people of Israel (as well as a follow-up tweet asking for prayers for Palestine).

https://twitter.com/CalebPGray/status/298485855352410112

https://twitter.com/H_smith21/status/297716527006875648

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