Colorado-based AP reporter Ivan Moreno is covering today’s state senate debates on radical gun control legislation. And, based on his Twitter feed, he’s got just about as much journalistic credibility as his fellow Associated Press-bots:

Yeah! Awesome! Isn’t it awesome? Colorado anti-gun outfits like @PolitiComm and @PolitiVisor apparently created the sheets, which somehow mysteriously wound up at the press table:

Right. Just pointing out how awesome it is.

Hey Ivan, your bias is showing. And it’s not attractive.

What a joke.

  • Spatial Awareness

    “I guess it’s more fun than reporting the news.” BINGO!

    • Shane, Tactical Jedi

      You crafty shit…I see what you did there…

  • Rabid

    Naa…. there’s no Media bias, none whatsoever….

  • Canadian in USA

    The fact that they’re playing Gun Control Bingo is sad. However, I’m more upset at the politicians and gun control advocates trying to play Second Amendment ‘Let’s-Make-A-Deal’. Or worse: Women’s Safety and Security Lotto.

    • almarquardt

      Making light of real people’s lives and safety is par for the course, I suppose. We’re uneducated bitter-clinger serfs, so that makes it all okay.

  • traffic_robot

    Magpul must be really pissing them off if they made the card.

    • SpinMeNot

      Ok, I had to do some research, but would that be the “Hello Kitty” card?

      Really, what kind of man can wear a “Hello Kitty” lapel pin (and a big ass one at that) and expect other men to take him seriously …. seriously.

      • TugboatPhil

        Wait…I have to give up my HK lapel pin??

      • KansasGirl

        The kind that hasn’t decided which gender to be…when “he” grows up.

        • SpinMeNot


    • almarquardt

      I bet Magpul was proud to be on that card. I know I would be.

  • AaronHarrisinAlaska

    I’d like to hear an explanation on the “false claim” cards. Current FBI statistics and locality consensus say they’re true.

    • TugboatPhil

      Facts confuse Democrats. Thinking is hard.

    • Storm Saxon’s Gall Bladder

      Like most troublesome words, the Progressives just redefined “false” to a more convenient meaning.

  • Norman Kingsway

    There was a president who had a lapdog and Ivan was his name-o

  • WisconsinPatriot

    ANY VIEWS OPPOSING OUR VIEWS ARE VERBOTEN! We decide what is appropriate for you plebs. Please take note, and stop resisting. Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated!

  • Guest

    Here in the real world we know journalism in America is dead! The one thing that is suppose to set us apart is the freedom of information and truthful facts.uninhibited by liberal indoctrination or trying to fit in.It’s become a joke and we see through the hypocrisy of lies. It is awesome that someone would make them aware of their ignorance, as if we don’t know whats going on!

  • TheAmishDude

    So it’s the same mentality as a drinking game.

    MSM delenda est.

  • Angie

    Every square on that sheet (except middle square which was “free” to those tweeting #coleg) was filled with straw men arguments the progs *think* 2nd Amendment supporters make. They’re too stupid to even know the arguments against them.

  • Maxx

    How tragic, certainly not “awesome,” when a journalist celebrates the efforts of those who treat the Second Amendment like it’s a game.

    The founding fathers are not amused.

  • Joseph Pickett

    I could do something similar with ‘green jobs’ and ‘alternative energy’ when Obama speaks. But I think it would just be a drinking game.

  • AimToMisbehave

    This is just about the level at which I’d expect these assclowns to regard inalienable rights. The funniest part of the whole thing is all of the “false claims” that are actually quite true. I think the gun-rights community can show the grabbers how it’s done if they want to make bingo cards out of this.

  • V the K

    Meanwhile, Senile hag Diane Feinstein claims that “hunting humans” is legal, and PTSD is a “new phenomenon” that is Bush’s fault.

    Ans what’s the deal with leftists and bad dye jobs? Or is that a wig? It sure as hell ain’t her natural hair. And is it a lacey wig?

  • narciso
  • bo ure

    Odd, I don’t see “2nd Amendment” anywhere on the bingo card, nor “busting a move on Constitutional rights.” I don’t see, “Oh here we go again.”

    I do see claims titled FALSE CLAIM: such as “This is just an emotional response.” False because of the word “just?” It IS an emotional response. Pure emotion. They’re using an emotional response to a tragedy to bust a move on 2nd amendment rights in ways that do not address the real issue, and they were waiting for the word to pounce, and pounce in unison they did, and they did so emotionally and that’s noted even by voters like myself who have no intention of exercising that particular Constitutional right. We are alarmed at them jumping like this emotionally. It’s enough to turn me into a gun owner as it has so many others already.

  • RecklessProcess

    Hammers actually are used in more murders than rifles. Not guns: rifles. That is true and the FBI reports it. Also Guns do make us safer. Innocent people protect themselves with guns 6500 times a day every single day. Most often the gun only needs to be brandished to foil a criminal. Again these are the FBI’s statistics and are certainly true.

  • RightThinking1

    AP:”Anyone who attended the hearings in CO, pls forward to us significant info”

  • John Kerry’s Forehead

    Just another libtard that will be vegging my sharpshooting 11yo daughter for food when it stops magically appearing on grocery store shelves.

  • almarquardt

    It depends on how you define “awesome.”

  • Marty Luther

    AP: BREAKING:: The President is dreamy!!!!! (Just pointing it out).

  • Frank Drebin

    Be fair, accurate, honest, responsible, independent and decent

    Impartial treatment of issues and dispassionate handling of controversial subjects

    News reporters should be free of obligations to news sources and newsmakers

    Guard against bias or distortion

    Objectivity – Involvement in politics, demonstrations and social causes that would
    cause a conflict of interest, or the appearance of such conflict, should
    be avoided.

    AP Media Editors, Statement of Ethical Principles