We already knew Tennessee Dem Steve Cohen was a phenomenal creep. But on Monday, he cemented his place in hell when he tweeted about the deadly Washington Navy Yard shooting. Just hours after the massacre, Cohen shared a Bill Day cartoon featuring an NRA-stamped gun.

Like execrable David Frum, repeat shark-jumper Henry Winkler and an assortment of celebri-ghouls, Cohen couldn’t wait to dampen his hands in victims’ blood to advance his agenda.

No doubt about it: He’s a class act all the way.


Even some of Cohen’s supporters and gun-control advocates were disgusted.

There just aren’t strong enough words to capture the stomach-turning disgrace that is Steve Cohen. But the Twitterverse was more than willing to try to come up with some.




  • NRPax

    Don’t be fooled by the fake sad tone. People like him are ecstatic to once again have some bodies they can pleasure themselves over as they push another round of gun control.

  • Guest

    Ya know… that recall thing really needs to start catching on. No more excuses for such behavior.

  • http://mpj.co WhoDat

    When is it ever a good time to talk about gun violence?

    • NRPax

      Offhand, I would say never. You see, guns are inanimate objects and they don’t commit violent acts by themselves.

      Meanwhile, people like you want to focus on the guns while ignoring the ones who are doing the shooting because you’re more comfortable handling the issue that way.

    • Marvin Nelson

      You know, I left my gun in my glove compartment for weeks. It didn’t jump out of the car and shoot anyone. My guns believe in non-violence and will only become violent if I need to protect myself. So, why don’t you drop the phony “gun violence” mantra and admit that you are a full-on, screaming socialist?

      • Zane Henry

        Here’s one, unattended revolver that has failed, time and time again, to kill anyone of its own volition:


        It’s been given plenty of opportunity to live up to liberals’ standards. I guess it’s not so dangerous when it’s not being wielded by a paranoid schizophrenic.

        • Corey Dennison

          I don’t feel so bad then, since none of my weapons have sprouted limbs, become self-aware and gone on killing sprees on their own. Good to know mine aren’t defective… :)

          In fact, I think my firearms have a long way to go to catch up with the body-count chalked up by Ted Kennedy’s Oldsmobile.

    • Republicanvet

      …says the one posting about Texas abortion law on the other thread.

      When is a good time for THAT discussion?

      When is a good time to discuss seriously addressing mental health problems?

    • therantinggeek

      I don’t know; when it is ever a good time to discuss anything with you?

    • ForTheRepublicOfDave

      Sure, let’s talk about it: People are violent. They use guns when they get violent. They also use knives, hatchets, chainsaws, baseball bats, cars….

      • SkyePuppy

        Since the UK has banned guns, I’ve seen multiple articles in their press doing lots of hand-wringing over the “epidemic” of knife violence.
        Yep. Killers will kill, whether there are guns available or not.
        And douchebags will spew…

    • PatriotRG

      possibly when black gangs shoot each other on a daily basis killing innocent bystanders on a daily basis – or would that be politically incorrect ?

    • Ty in TX

      About the same time that the Left has an honest talk about the media’s willful ignorance of Kurt Gosnell and Islamic violence I’d think.

    • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

      Right after the talk on terrorism.

      • Stagester

        That’s awesome

    • alanstorm

      When someone actually comes up with one of those “common-sense” gun control measures we’re always hearing about. We HEAR about them, we just never SEE any.

      • Stagester

        Want a “common-sense” gun control measure? Take the guns away from the gov’t and arm those of us who are getting shot at.

      • GaryTheBrave

        Why is the definition of “common sense gun control laws” determined by those who hate guns? We have sensible gun control laws. Primarily the Second Amendment followed by federal law that prohibits possession or ownership by those convicted of felonies, drug offenses, or adjudicated to be criminally insane.

        • Maxwell

          I’m still waiting for someone to explain what “common sense gun control laws” means. I see the phrase thrown around often, but no one cares to explain it.

      • StarTripper

        Agreed. Let’s talk about common sense Government control measures. I mean if it only saves one life it would be worth it.

    • ObamaFail

      It’s always a good time. But politicizing it to use it as an excuse to enact more anti-constitutional gun laws is sick. And Dems do it every chance they get. But first, let’s discuss the people being gunned down in Chicago by gang bangers, let’s discuss the people being gunned down in Mexico by the guns given to drug runners by Obama and Holder. Oh, that’s right. You don’t want THOSE conversations, because those make Democrats look bad.

      Democrats begin politicizing as soon as the first report of a death happens. They don’t even let the bodies cool before they begin exploiting the victims to further their own agendas.

    • Corey Dennison

      How about waiting until the bodies are cold and the families have been notified?

      How about waiting until we know all of the details before making wild speculation and acting out of emotion instead of utilizing reason?

      Or is that too much to ask, sparky?

  • JeffWRidge

    Lefties like Cohen must feel a thrill of joy whenever something like this happens. They get another chance to use tragedy to push their vile agenda. Normal people are saddened by events like these. Not the far-left. Their first instinct is to exploit the deaths.

    • NRPax

      I love how liberals’ first reaction is “Let’s take away rights in this country so we feel safe again!”

  • Jack Deth

    Memo to Rep. Cohen:

    You, sir. Are like something disgusting found on a warm summer afternoon.
    And quickly removed after scraping the sole of a shoe!

    • therantinggeek

      Ah. Sticky bubble gum. Although I think “pond scum” is a more apt description for Rep. Cohen… #mytwocents

      • Jack Deth

        Hi, rantinggeek:

        I was trying to channel a line from Michael Caine in ‘The Eagle Has Landed’:


        “He reminds me of something that I occasionally pick up on my shoe in the gutter! Very unpleasant, on a hot day.”

  • Marvin Nelson

    To the voters in Cohen’s TN district: Recall worked very well in CO, so why don’t you start one to get this piece of filth out of office. Of course, if he represents what you believe, then you are all pieces of $hit.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      His district is the Obamaphone section of Memphis. They are quite happy with him. His douchebaggery didn’t just start yesterday.

    • tankdemon

      Because there is no provision for recall in the Constitution. But congress critters (and in this case “critter is a euphemism) terms are only two years.

  • Sua Sponte

    FBI: No AR-15 Was Used In Naval Yard Shooting……..Piers “Musket” Morgan and Steve “assclown” Cohen hardest hit.

  • Republicanvet

    I have a hard time taking anyone on the left seriously when they whine about gun control with so many lives stamped…..out, by abortion.

  • Steve_J

    Same as a real rifle the one drawin in the cartoon will do no harm as shown.

  • Tre

    If gun control were really a noble cause it would not require emotion to pass. But, since gun control advocates like to use emotion, and can’t even wait for the dust to settle, before running out and trying to get their laws passed, that shows how bankrupt that idea is.

    • Ty in TX

      There’s nothing wrong with emotion I think if it’s passion and an honest one. What I’m getting sick of is the deceit and the histrionics the Left and the Dems use to pass there pet laws.

  • Ty in TX

    Can’t help but wonder if Cohen wasn’t yelling at the cartoonist “Faster, faster!! The bodies are getting cool!”

    • C.A. Gibson

      My guess would be that if he were yelling at the cartoonist “Faster, faster!!” it probably didn’t have much to do with drawing. These gun-grabbers are all butt-buddies.

      • Ty in TX

        Oh snap!

  • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

    Is there no bottom to the Left’s moral vacuity?

    • idalily


  • © Sponge

    Communism doesn’t tolerate it’s peasants being able to fight back, so no there IS no bottom to the left’s moral vacuity.

  • https://youtu.be/h82D5ZvcALM CrustyB

    So you’re blaming all that nasty freedom for this nut’s actions. Get out of the US Congress, freedom-hater!

  • Guest

    Why are so many naive voters surprised by this? You’re shocked? He is only saying what the entire elite left is thinking, get a grip here folks. They all seek to enslave us without consent while burning our Constitution., Liberals, progressives and Socialists hate the Constitution and everything this nation has stood for since its inception. These are the enemies of America! Wake up the change they seek is the destruction of this republic. They arm Al Quada and other terrorists while wanting to disarms us. And lets not forget arming drug lords in Mexico among others, and you still have any faith or trust in these traitors?

  • BigTBoom

    US government has to get these guns out of the hands of its citizens, they’re desparately needed for immediate export to Syria…Come on, Obama is waiving laws to do this so it needs to get done on the double. /sarc

  • JustChuck57

    I think it’s time that as a country we come to terms with a bit of liberal reality.

    Each time one of these terrible tragedies occurs, we need to round up and incarcerate members of the NRA and conservatives, for they are the true criminals. The person(s) actually doing the shooting should be given a warm blanket, free housing, then sent on the speaking circuit to tell the horrors of the NRA and conservatism that led to their hateful actions. And then they will be given tenured positions at virtually any major college campus.

  • Rocket Surgeon

    I think the Navy Yard shooting proves we NEED to look at gun bans. That is, reconsider the concept of “gun free” zones. You’ll never see the headline “Thirteen Shot Dead By Madman at Gun Range”. Yes, dead is dead, but I’d rather be killed by a well-meaning bystander who hit me while stopping the killer, instead of being one of 20 killed by the madman.

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  • Kathleen

    When mass shootings happen, they ALWAYS happen in “gun-free” zones. ALWAYS. I doubt that’s a coincidence!

  • JR48

    Former military man, now military contractor shoots people at a military facility and somehow…it’s the NRA’s fault that this guy bought a shotgun and did this? Oh, and there is something funny about all of this?

    Yup, ‘heartless douchebag’ pretty much sums it up.

  • marineace

    Well, he should know about gun violence as he represents the 9th district of TN. which is most of Memphis (top ten most dangerous U.S. cities). 157 murders in 2012. 24.1 murders per 100,000 residents. Most shot with handguns.
    1 in 63 chance of getting shot there. (www.policymic.com article # 22686). What surprises me, besides his lack of compassion and sensitivity, is the fact he gets re-elected. Dolt!

  • marineace

    Well, he should know about gun violence as he represents the 9th district of TN. which is most of Memphis (top ten most dangerous U.S. cities). 157 murders in 2012. 24.1 murders per 100,000 residents. Most shot with handguns.
    1 in 63 chance of getting shot there. (www.policymic.com article # 22686). What surprises me, besides his lack of compassion and sensitivity, is the fact he gets re-elected. Dolt!

  • mambome

    The worst part is that the cartoon doesn’t even make any kind of sense… like the NRA is the stock of the gun that is the U.S.A. and the congress, represented by the capital building with a U.S. Navy icon (what?) is the… iron sites of America… I just… wtf?