After last week’s historic Colorado recall, it’s no surprise to see the two recalled former state Senators trotted out to castigate Second Amendment defenders on liberal talk shows. On MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes” last night, Angela Giron (last seen blaming her recall on “voter suppression”) blithely displayed the abject ignorance of those on the Left who salivate at the thought of restricting Americans’ rights to self-defense without knowing anything about the issue.

Here she is claiming that “you couldn’t have any more armed people than” were at the Navy Yard during Monday’s shooting.

Transcript:

[The NRA] is no longer a gun owner’s organization. It’s a manufacturer’s organization. And that’s how they’re benefiting. If you look at their board members, they’re all manufacturers; they’re all making money. And I think that the more we can inform people and inform NRA members about what’s really going on here. It’s just follow the money. And people are dying because of greed and their continuing to convince people that more guns equals safety.  And in this case in particular, we can look at, it was a Navy Yard. You couldn’t have any more armed people than in that case right there. We know that that’s not the case; the data doesn’t show that. And so we just have to continue to be out there. [Emphasis added.]

Of course, the Navy Yard, like all military installations, has strict regulations against non-security gun possession:

Excepting military police and troops shooting under supervision at practice ranges, no person (regardless of rank) is today allowed to carry any weapon (including standard service pistols) onto any US military base or to keep any weapon, even stored securely, in his office or personal quarters.

But that’s not all. Giron, who championed universal background checks in Colorado, also claimed that shooting suspect Aaron Alexis probably wouldn’t have been able to pass a background check had he tried to purchase a gun:

Transcript:

Well in fact we know that in this particular case that this man who went and gunned down people would probably not have passed a background check had he went to purchase some firearms. So I mean what we’ve said all along is, well there is no perfect law, but certainly universal background checks, which 90 percent of Americans agree to and believe in, as well as 60 some percent of NRA members, and limiting capacity to 15 that is so reasonable…

As was widely reported and tweeted Monday evening, Aaron Alexis bought his shotgun legally.  By early yesterday afternoon (hours before Giron’s segment aired), various news outlets had reported that Alexis bought the firearm at Sharpshooters Small Arms Range in Lorton, Va., two days before the shooting. An attorney for the store told the media that “the store ran a federal background check on Alexis and it was approved.”

More than two, actually. In addition to the background check performed by Sharpshooters Small Arms Range, Alexis also had to pass background checks in order to obtain a security clearance and a concealed-carry permit.

Clearly, universal background checks wouldn’t have made any difference in Alexis’ case.

It’s not the first time. Tucson, Ariz., shooter Jared Lee Loughner, Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho, and Aurora, Colo., shooter James Holmes all passed background checks, despite having been previously diagnosed with mental health problems.

Of course, neither Chris Hayes nor Giron’s fellow recallee John Morse did anything to keep Giron from derping into complete stupidity. Luckily for Giron, the segment aired on MSNBC, so hardly anyone actually saw her idiocy.

  • Clayton Grant

    Proof that the universe places absolutely no limit on stupidity.

    • CR

      I call for stupidity control. The government should make it illegal to be this stupid. A ban on stupidity ought to solve the problem.

      • trixiewoobeans

        Naw, the government we have now LOVES stupidity…it’s how they got into power.

        • CR

          Come on now. The government, they are much better than the people, so THEY are still allowed to be stupid. The ban will apply only to the regular people. Unions, criminals, dead people and illegals will also be allowed waivers from the ban, so the democrats will still have their base (the same base it has now, oddly).

      • KornKing

        The problem with that, CR, lies in who would be put in charge of overseeing the stupidity background checks.

        • CR

          The smartest president ever, of course. Barack Obama. Even his mistakes allow us to magically avoid wars and his “ums” and “uhs” are going to go down in history as some of the greatest utterances ever made.

          • Mark Terrill

            If you are not being sarcastic you are then proving to be as stupid if not more stupid than the other brain dead liberals

          • Billie Slash

            Total sarc, bro.

          • Guest

            smdh

          • lainer51

            double smdh..

          • Guest

            smdh

          • rangerider

            Well Mark, good post as an example of stupid :-)

          • rangerider

            Well Mark, good post as an example of stupid :-)

          • captaingrumpy

            If you cannot tell Sarc from Truth , then you are the one with problems.

      • Suzanne

        This is the best idea I have seen all year, let’s do it!! But wait, who would legislate this? Because much of the stupidity starts in DC!

      • Clayton Grant

        I’d settle for a Stupid Free Zone.

        • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

          I demand a “Stupid Free Fire Zone”.
          Behold! The power of Darwinism!

          • Dwayne Jackson

            The problem with that Slam is the same as gun free zones. Stupidity would merely run amuck.

        • Canis Dirus

          It would solve the population problem….

          • Clayton Grant

            Let Darwin sort it out.

      • John Alvarado

        Believe it or not that actually occurred in the early 1900’s as a part of an immigration bill.

      • rancher0285

        You can’t fix stupid, but you can numb it with a 2×4 or ball bat.

      • IMPEACH_BOBO

        Did you see Chris Hayes in the background nodding his head in agreement like a bozo when Angela said that it is a Naval Yard & everyone is armed, again another false FLEEBAGGER FACT !!! None of the people in that Naval yard are allowed to bring their guns into the yard, so Arron just like the Colorado sh00ter, the Sandy Hook sh00ter, etc. went after people who would not be armed, that’s the sign of a mental midget coward !!!

        What a tool Angela is, just like most on all these LAME STREAM MEDIA networks are with their made up facts to fit their far left wingnut PROPAGANDA BS !! Now the only ones who even attempt to go near the truth is FOX NEWS & thats it, CNN is trying but still has a long way to go yet, especially with Piers Morgan, another far left wingnut, still on the air !!!!

        • Ewade

          There was no Sandy Hook shooter. That was a movie set for a false flag presentation 2 years in the making.

    • Frank Drebin

      She was doing SO well, …and then she started talking. Hopefully, her fifteen minutes of Fluke will pass quickly.

      • chamuiel

        More than likely the Democrats and their aiders will drag it out to 30 minutes.

        Look at Windy Davis in Texas, now she is gong to run for Governor, and there are Liberals in my state that will vote for her because she is going to run on the vagina platform.

        15 minutes of fluke. I am going to borrow that.

        • rgbintx

          Oh, you mean Abortion Barbie? She’s an embarrassment to Texas.

          I hope she runs. Please run!

          • TexSizzle

            Actually, she’s only an embarassment to Texas Demoocratics, but she’s too leftist (= stupid) to feel embarassment as are her fellow Democratics to realize she’s embarassing them.

    • bungopony

      There comes a point where it’s is clearly no longer stupidity-it is brazen lying.And,of course,if you tell said lies to America’s intrepid guardians of truth,you won’t get away with it-so they tell ’em to MSNBC,CNN…no,wait-is this another chicken/egg riddle?

    • SineWaveII

      Stupidity and hydrogen: the two most abundant elements in the universe.

      • Clayton Grant

        Hydrogen runs a distant second.

        • johnstretton

          It’s less volatile as well.

    • trixiewoobeans

      I’m questioning if she’s smart enough to actually BE embarrassed!

      • Infinite_Indeterminism

        ?

        Frankly, that “question” is so out of whack, it’s not even funny…

        Of course, she’s too dumb/ideological/insane to be embarrassed – it’s glaringly obvious that she has no concept of what embarrassment even IS!

        • trixiewoobeans

          I don’t know, she MIGHT be embarrassed if she came out of the Ladies’ Room with a toilet-seat cover sticking out of the back of her pants. Of course, she could then blame the timber industry for making them.

          • Dwayne Jackson

            And all those CEO’s making money.

        • Rexas

          or thought really

      • Clayton Grant

        She is certainly not the first politician that could apply to (coughweinerspitzerclintoncough)

        • trixiewoobeans

          CoughHackPelosiFeinsteinBoxerBrazile

      • Humanary Stew

        I am beginning to wonder how she even got elected in the first place. Oh that’s right. Lies and fraud. I forgot what party she is aligned with.

        • trixiewoobeans

          That’s the ONLY way they can be elected, lies and fraud. If they told the truth, they’d be run out on a rail.

    • Damien Johnson

      Gun manufactures making money off self defense which indirectly results in killing on their part? Bad. Abortion manufacturers making money off selfishness, the purpose of which directly results in killing babies and women on their part? “Rights.”

      And just so some libtard doesn’t come up with some bulls*it “that’s apples to oranges why you gotta bring abortion into this” argument- they started it.

      http://www.rottenecards.com/ecards/Rottenecards_89772626_j8jd4j89f7.png

    • trixiewoobeans

      Well, it IS the “Dumbascrap” Party!

    • blitton

      Stupidity has nothing to do with it. She is lying trying to make political points with people who are not informed, just like any other lying Democrat.

      • Guest

        There is a contradiction in your words. Think about it.

      • Guest

        There is a contradiction in your words. Think about it.

    • blitton

      Stupidity has nothing to do with it. She is lying trying to make political points with people who are not informed, just like any other lying Democrat.

  • RblDiver

    Not sure if lying or just an idiot…wait, never mind, just an idiot.

    • SPQR9

      Both.

    • SPQR9

      Both.

  • Bemani Dog

    I honestly don’t know what to add here that hasn’t already been said elsewhere.

  • http://discus.com yourmamatoo

    Breitbart art was right:” You can’t fix stupid. “

    • Pat_in_Colorado

      Actually I think the quote comes from the comedian Ron “they call me tater salad” White

      • http://discus.com yourmamatoo

        Breitbart. Used it also.

        • chamuiel

          after ron white.

          • http://discus.com yourmamatoo

            So?

          • Thomas Darkvane

            What they are trying to explain to you is. Ron White has used this phrase in his routine long before Breitbart used it. That is all.

          • http://discus.com yourmamatoo

            I got it the first time, thanks. ?

          • chamuiel

            Then, why are you being so snarky?

            Everyone else thought you were just being slow.

          • chamuiel

            Then, why are you being so snarky?

            Everyone else thought you were just being slow.

          • chamuiel

            Oh, do you sew? If you do, that is great, but if you are just saying “so”,

            I am sure you are attempting to exercise your intellect, and failing miserably.

          • Brad Harvey

            Get a room, kids…

          • chamuiel

            Oh, do you sew? If you do, that is great, but if you are just saying “so”,

            I am sure you are attempting to exercise your intellect, and failing miserably.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmSIOoy6MlE&app=desktop Booker

    How many military installations are in Colorado? And these idiots don’t know this? Lord, save/shield us from this stupidity.

    • Steven A

      Only Ft. Carson, home to 4th Infantry Division…and the Air Force Academy…and Buckley AFB…probably others, but that’s just off the top of my head. It’s worth noting that when dignitaries visit, there’s commonly an honor guard. No doubt when she saw the two guys with rifles around the American flag and unit colors she presumed everyone on post must be similarly armed. Common mistake.

      • Guest

        Peterson AFB (Space Command), Cheyenne Mountain and Schriever AFB

      • Al Gagnon

        “common mistake” ?? really , or just propaganda ?? my vote is for the latter , she is a gun-grabber who is pissed off , lying is not beyond her or any politician

        • Steven A

          I was being facetious. I think anyone who thinks that because we’re in the military we walk around with a rifle on our persons all day, including when we go home, is certifiable.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            There’s quite a lot of people that seem to think exactly that, when it’s never really been that way outside of deployments/wars.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            There’s quite a lot of people that seem to think exactly that, when it’s never really been that way outside of deployments/wars.

          • rabidfox2

            Remember, we’ve closed down our insane asylums. Too bad some of the inmates have made it to public office.

          • rabidfox2

            Remember, we’ve closed down our insane asylums. Too bad some of the inmates have made it to public office.

          • Ed Kaulakis

            No, that’s Switzerland.

          • Ed Kaulakis

            No, that’s Switzerland.

    • PatriotRG

      Lord helps those who help themselves – recall them , vote them out, get real conservative republicans to clean this president ass clowns mess. Assuming there is a country to save by the time he leaves office.

    • DaMello

      Agreed. How can she not be in tune with her own state? I was at Ft. Carson for 4 years as a kid, and by the time I was 5, I knew the names of all the military installations in CO.

  • CatHerder

    Uh, huns? The Navy doesn’t do boarding actions any more. If it makes you happy, we could issue a few cutlasses and pikes, though.

    • DaMello

      Argh…! Keel haul the ruffians…

    • http://politicallyincorrectcanadian.blogspot.ca/ Reverend Ken

      Really? Up in Canada we did boarding training back in the late 70’s and as far as I know they still do.

      RSNVR 77-79

      • Leland Eagleson

        You still have tall ships, right???

        • http://politicallyincorrectcanadian.blogspot.ca/ Reverend Ken

          GROW UP.

          • Ronald Green

            The last boarding action in the world outside of a few pirate skiffs off Somalia, was in WWII when the US Navy captured U-432 (?). Modern Navies prefer missiles and guided bombs and such.

        • Justin Levesque

          The US has one: the USS Constitution. The oldest commissioned warship in the world. If you’re ever in Boston, I highly recommend a visit.

        • Justin Levesque

          The US has one: the USS Constitution. The oldest commissioned warship in the world. If you’re ever in Boston, I highly recommend a visit.

    • Robert Hoff

      …actually, the US Navy DOES still do boarding actions…they just use M-4s and M-14s and handguns, now…

      • Justin Levesque

        Don’t forget high-end sniper rifles wielded by SEALs from the fantail of a moving destroyer (Maersk Alabama).

      • Justin Levesque

        Don’t forget high-end sniper rifles wielded by SEALs from the fantail of a moving destroyer (Maersk Alabama).

      • CatHerder

        Arrrh!

    • CruisingTroll

      au contraire, they do do boarding. Not often, but with the recent upswing in piracy, they’ve had a few whacks at the “at ’em boys!” playbook this century.

  • lesterwink23

    Proof positive that liberals will vote for anyone at least once if they have a D after their name

  • Jack Deth

    Psssst… Stupid lady:

    All military bases and annexes in and outside the US have been “Gun Free Zones” since Bill Clinton signed an Executive Order in 1993.

    • BAW

      Am I wrong to place equal blame on Bush for the Gun Free nonsense on military bases?

      Yes, Clinton was wrong and stupid and PC but when Bush took the nation to war, he should have changed it. I assume he could have. And I believe he definitely should have. Can’t imagine why he didn’t. Obama might have reversed it but then it would have been on his head. Am I missing something?

      • ceemack

        Agreed…especially given the type of unconventional war in which we now find ourselves.

        • BAW

          Thanks and good point. As I expected I got a quick down click so someone didn’t. I wish they’d explained why. I’d be happy to admit I’m wrong in blaming Bush but I need a really good reason.

          • Chris Hoving

            Mainly that if some guy authorized to have a gun engaged in a mass shooting, the “gun zone” would’ve been blamed even if somebody else w/ a gun took him down. Most criticisms of Bush as “not conservative enough” need to take into account knee-jerk reactions by Dems and MSM, just a gov shut-down is viewed as a loser for GOP by most leaders/pundits.

          • Jerry Camp

            I tried…

          • BAW

            You did. And you did well, because I understand and accept as reasonable disagreeing with assigning Bush “equal” blame.

            So how about this: I blame the left, I blame Clinton but I think the Bush administration bears some responsibility.

            I place full blame on the left for their insane gun phobia and politically correct stupidity in wanting to disarm everyone possible, up to and including our military.
            I blame Clinton, even more, for actually making that stupidity policy.

            But I still consider it a serious mistake by the Bush administration for not correcting the stupidity during a time of war.

            Because I expect more of a Republican administration. Not just Bush personally but those who advise him and after Fort Hood I found it inexcusable that no one during the Bush administration had identified the issue and put a stop to it. I have a great deal of respect for Bush but am not delusional like the left so I know he isn’t perfect, nor did I expect him to be. There’s more than one issue where I though he acquiesced far too much to political correctness. But I don’t always blame him, I just recognize that he’s much nicer and more diplomatic than I ever could be.

          • stewbee

            Am I misunderstanding your post. Are you saying Bush was in office during Ft Hood?

          • Jerry Camp

            I agree that the Bush admin missed the boat on this. There’s no way to know if Barry woulda taken the right to bear away from our soldiers ala Clinton, but we do know that the last republican president didn’t get the memo and correct the error.

            On your broader point, too many on the right are all-or-nothing when it comes to Bush. To be honest, I always thought of him as too much like his dad at the end of the day…big spending and deferential to the left, ala Medicare Plan B and No Child Left Behind.

            I do think he was the right guy at the right time to respond to 9/11 and that history will judge him better than the current media Kool-Aid gulpers.

          • BAW

            I fundamentally agree with everything you say. I disagree a little around the edges.

            I honestly believe most of us on the right are less idealistic about the people we support and can admit they’re not perfect. We know they are human and make mistakes. I see a bigger problem with not supporting our own enough. I was just commenting elsewhere about the 95-96 government shutdowns (which were not the Republican Armageddon the left claims it was) and the ultimate demise of Gingrich. I always thought that was partly due to a lack of support and push back from the right. He actually did some amazing stuff. He accomplished a lot and so the attacks from the left were vicious, sustained, and ultimately effective.

            I know we don’t and can’t fight dirty like the left but sometimes it seems to me barely fight at all. (For the record, I spit back at “Bush lied” every chance I get (He did not lie!).

          • Jerry Camp

            Oh, we’re right close…and after reading your point on Gingrich’s awesome job as leader of the Republican Revolution during Clinton’s terms, I have to agree that the right seem to have capitulated on the messaging, at times. There was no horrific shutdown of government when the GOP held Clinton’s butt to the fire in ’95 and tuff got done with a balanced budget.

            I hope our current congress-critters won’t hand Barry everything he wants, again, and allow this travesty of ObamaCare to be funded, and by that same token, I hope they grow a pair and remind folks that Reid’s the one threatenting a government shutdown, not the GOP.

            On Bush…he was too tame in defense of himself and his admin…it may have been the classy choice, but it did not help the party one little bit in 2008. And President Kardashian is the result.

          • BAW

            Yep, yep, yep. I think you hit a key point about the right “capitulating” and I understand how hard it is to constantly fight the left’s narrative. They’ve got the press, they’ve got pop culture, they have no shame so they lie but the right does have the truth. And the majority of Americans still agree with more of the right’s positions so it comes down to messaging and the willingness to fight so the left almost always wins that.

            But it’s why I am encouraged by the “Tea Party” movement (which apparently was always alive and well just busy being harassed by the IRS), they’re just average Americans who take a stand and push back. And the Colorado recall election. Apparently the Republican party basically did nothing to help them, again it was grassroots and they won.

            I do think it’s the Republican establishment that is prone to capitulating on lots of stuff. As you say, sometimes being too “classy” – refusing to sink to their level, whatever. I’m pretty sure Rove has admitted it was a mistake for the political arm of the Bush administration to not fight back against the lies and attacks on Bush but I’m not sure “they” have learned anything from that.

          • BAW

            I fundamentally agree with everything you say. I disagree a little around the edges.

            I honestly believe most of us on the right are less idealistic about the people we support and can admit they’re not perfect. We know they are human and make mistakes. I see a bigger problem with not supporting our own enough. I was just commenting elsewhere about the 95-96 government shutdowns (which were not the Republican Armageddon the left claims it was) and the ultimate demise of Gingrich. I always thought that was partly due to a lack of support and push back from the right. He actually did some amazing stuff. He accomplished a lot and so the attacks from the left were vicious, sustained, and ultimately effective.

            I know we don’t and can’t fight dirty like the left but sometimes it seems to me barely fight at all. (For the record, I spit back at “Bush lied” every chance I get (He did not lie!).

          • rabidfox2

            I wonder if Bush even realized that bases were gun free zones. Remember that his team didn’t get much of an in briefing due to Gore’s challenges and there were other, much more important issues on deck at the time. And then came 9/11. It’s entirely possible that the whole thing was just under the radar. Or maybe he just didn’t disagree enough to cancel Clinton’s EO. We probably will never know.

      • mschmidt48

        The majority of time that Bush was in office the Democrats held control of both the House and the Senate.

        • BAW

          Sorry I don’t see the relevance in this context. Clinton made military bases “Gun Free Zones” by executive order, didn’t he? I assume Bush could have ended them the same way and should have when he declared “War.” It would have made sense. At that point even Democrats were backing the war effort, were they not? I can’t help but wonder if it even came up? Did anyone in the military suggest it or did they not consider that having military personnel disarmed during a time of war problematic. I don’t know, I just can’t give the Bush administration a pass on the issue. I can still blame Democrats, generally and fundamentally for the whole politically correct nonsense of “Gun Free Zones” and think that Bush made a mistake by not stopping it as Commander in Chief in this context.

          • Al’s Grandpa

            Actually, it was George H. W. Bush who we can blame for this. Notice the date of the document:

            http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a272176.pdf

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Title:
            “Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by DoD Personnel Engaged in Law Enforcement and Security Duties”

            Sorry, Garth…can’t agree with ya on that one.

          • BAW

            Could we agree that “politically correct” nonsense has roots that are long, wide, and deep? Wasn’t there an issue about the guards or others at the Beirut barracks not having their weapons loaded? I assume that since theirs was a “peace keeping” mission there were “special” rules. Can’t really imagine it was Reagan’s idea. Maybe it started with Carter or even further back.

            But wasn’t it Clinton’s executive order that officially made military bases “Gun Free Zones?” Which is the one big stupid ideological decision I think we’re talking about here.

          • Al’s Grandpa

            I can agree that political correctness is the cause of pretty much every problem this country has.

          • Infinite_Indeterminism

            Don’t forget natural stupidity!

            ;-(

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Maybe it started with Carter or even further back

            Even further back.

          • Jay Stevens

            “Wasn’t there an issue about the guards or others at the Beirut barracks not having their weapons loaded?”

            That was mandated by the military chain of command.

          • BAW

            And didn’t it have something to do with not insulting Muslims who the Americans were on a peace keeping mission to protect?

            Point was and is, that leftist stupidity and “political correctness” have been infecting and doing serious damage to every American institution (in this case the military) for a long time. After Ft. Hood I don’t think it even occurred to anyone that a “gun free” military base might be a policy that should be reconsidered. Now with another 12 deaths at the Navy Yard shooting, do you think anyone will?

        • Rusty Jewell

          I’m not going to google this but I think the only time the Dems controlled both chambers was after the 2006 elections (2007-2009). OK, I googled it. The R’s held the house for 6 of 8 years and the Senate was tied 50-50 his first two years and tied 49-49 his last two years. The R’s controlled both chambers in Bush’s middle 4 years.

      • Jerry Camp

        Not equal blame in my mind…unless Bush turned down the opportunity to draft and sign an order to do so.

        The president can’t come up with every security detail on his own. Now, considering the 9/11 attacks and war on terror the Muslims escalated, it would seem obvious for the need of our military folks to be armed and in a defensive posture here and abroad. I’m surprised someone didn’t advise Bush to do that very thing.

        Of course, equal blame for the disarmed bases would fall on Obama, as well. So, I suppose we can place blame on all three with the highest on Clinton, with Bush and Obama both cursory.

        • BAW

          Exactly why I started with, “Am I wrong?” And I agree I was wrong to assign “equal” blame. There’s is some but it’s very different so I understand, appreciate, even agree with the reasoning for the down clicks. Thanks.

          • Jerry Camp

            In the end, we more agree than disagree…it’s too bad that even a slight derivation is misconstrued by the lapdogs of the 4th estate and pit conservatives against each other as they ignore the fact that even dems didn’t vote 100% for ObamaCare, yet only the GOP is labelled ‘contrarian’.

          • BAW

            Oh, I think we agree far more than we disagree. I didn’t feel at all “pitted” against you. I appreciate being helped to be more precise. I much prefer to do it among “friends” so I don’t give “them” the ammunition or opportunity to distract from the topic at hand.

          • BAW

            Oh, I think we agree far more than we disagree. I didn’t feel at all “pitted” against you. I appreciate being helped to be more precise. I much prefer to do it among “friends” so I don’t give “them” the ammunition or opportunity to distract from the topic at hand.

      • Ronald Green

        It is very rare when a President has ever repealed the Executive Order of a previous President. It just isn’t done very much.

    • Jay Stevens

      They were gun free zones before 1993 by military regulations. Clinton’s EO just made them gun free zones by federal diktat.

  • ceemack

    With Giron, like many on the left, it’s hard to figure out the crazy-to-stupid ratio.

    I mean, you’d have to be at least a little crazy to say the things she does, and you’d also have to be at least a little stupid. So what’s the ratio? 50-50? 80-20 stupid-crazy? Or 70-30 crazy-stupid?

    • DaMello

      Damn, just broke my Texas Instrument calculator trying to figure that out…

    • http://politicallyincorrectcanadian.blogspot.ca/ Reverend Ken

      Try complicate or conspiratorial or criminal or
      ????

    • MNWoman

      It’s also hard to figure out the crazy-to-stupid ratio of the people who believe them.

    • ceemack

      I just realized there’s a simple answer: She’s so stupid, it’s crazy.

      • Jay Stevens

        There is a good argument for the converse.

    • rabidfox2

      Can you have a three way ratio? Crazy, stupid, to evil?

  • journogal

    It is surprising that many do not know that bases are a “gun free zone,” especially after what happened at Fort Hood. People just assume that it isn’t. However, I am somewhat shocked that a politician doesn’t know that, esp. since it was the head of her party for implemented the law. But part of me also wonders, does she know and she is just playing to the audience (yes, I know all three of them since this is MSNBC.)

  • WhoDat

    I’m trying to figure out if she’s just ignorant or that stupid.

    Two days ago, I thought they were allowed to carry weapons, but now I know different.

    • Clete Torres

      Like most gun-grabbing libs, she’s that stupid.

  • Clete Torres

    Earth to Idiot Geron:

    Your Democrat hero Bill ‘I didn’t think that would stain’ Clinton disarmed the military by EO back in 1993, I believe.

    Because, the military doesn’t need guns.

  • rippersnort

    The Republicans need to run this as a campaign add…

  • Legal Immigrant in TX

    Democrats really are born dumb.

  • BadGirloftheNorth

    Another Earth to Idiot Geron ( and cc Senator F-einstein) memo:
    Howsabout the government taking responsibility for their FAILED background checks of a man on anti-psychotic drugs, addicted to violent videos, hearing voices in his head, and under the care of medical/psychiatric professionals WITH special clearance on an UNARMED military installation and STILL not declared unfit for duty or a risk as a civilian contractor. WHEW! WTH could possibly have gone wrong??? I really doubt a universal background check done at WalMart or wherever the gun came from would have stopped a complete and total inept failure such as this.

  • leadfolloworgetout

    B I T C H

  • Dexter Alarius

    no person (regardless of rank) is today allowed to carry any weapon
    (including standard service pistols) onto any US military base or to
    keep any weapon, even stored securely, in his office or personal
    quarters.

    Not true. When I lived in base housing we could keep our personal weapons. But, they had to be unloaded and secured in the trunk separate from the ammunition when transporting them to/from a range or hunting area. But, some bases require storage in the military police armory.

  • John Brock Jr

    I would love to see this women in a debate with Mrs Malkin but that is just unfair she would probably lose a debate if she was talking into a paper bag in a rubber room.

  • Bryan

    “More guns equals more safety” is also a made up leftist meme. Citizens who want to purchase firearms for self-protection and hunting–not necessarily in that order–don’t think to themselves, “if I buy two guns I’m only a little safe, but if I buy a hundred guns then I’ll be fifty times that safe.”

  • MarcusFenix

    Ahh, the 90% stat again.

    90% of people do favor background checks. She conveniently forgets…..we already have them. Those background checks have no effect on people like Alexis…especially since he had police called on him twice for discharging a firearm, and yet…..he was never reported or put in a position where the background check would deny him a purchase. Those errors fall directly on law enforcement and the DOJ.

    To be fair…I am entirely for a separate register entry about people with mental problems being reported and prevented from purchasing a firearm. If anything were to change that I could agree to, it would be that provision alone.

    • Jerry Camp

      My only worry with the ‘mental health’ issue being used to keep someone for bearing arms?
      Psych doctors seem pretty quick in handing out PTSD and ADD prescriptions. Don’t tell me that ObamaCare’s (no background check required) ‘Navigators’ won’t notice and report these ‘obviously unstable’ individuals as unfit to purchase ‘assault weapons’ like the ‘AR15 shotgun’ used in the naval stockyard massacre.

      • MarcusFenix

        Those things are a concern, and you’re right to note them. To me…the ADD stuff is kind of wonky. While I certainly don’t rule out that there are chemical problems at times, for the most part, they are kids…..6 year olds can’t sit still, by nature. Yet, we diagnose and drug them. Sad.

        I would be in favor of tight controls, or a system which lets people who have completed specific requirements become eligible at some point. Obviously, Alexis and people like him wouldn’t be in that catagory, since they were hearing voices and had a long term problem with mental issues.

        It would take quite some time for me to flesh out the idea in total on here, but suffice to say, I wouldn’t want to deny someone ownership over minor issues, but think that if we can implement some strategies for this additional caveat, maybe it would help improve things.

        • Jerry Camp

          In the end, any system would be based on the party in power’s definition of ‘is’…that makes me wary. I suspect that ‘minor’ issues would be argued by lawyers…making them richer…as they further strip my purse and liberties.
          .
          My 15-year old daughter has recently become very politically curious, making daddy very proud along the way. She’s been asking for some extra rhetorical assistance in defending herself from O-zombies who invariably attack her conservative beliefs with assumptions of inherent racism, white privilege…i.e. all emotion, no logic. One of her classmates tried to goad her…saying that, maybe, the US would be better off if we just outlawed Muslims from this country and that Christians would be proud to support such a policy. I explained to her that, if the government outlawed Islam today, on what basis could we stop them from outlawing her beliefs tomorrow?
          .
          My daughter does find it interesting that the kids who feel so strongly that Obama is a great president don’t actually believe that he supports abortion and gay ‘marriage’…evil conservatives just say that to attack the peace-loving, cool prez.

          ——————————————————
          I wonder why no one ever seems to suggest we limit these mentally defective’s right to vote. Their vote is, in many ways, more dangerous than their possession of firearms.

          • Jay Stevens

            “One of her classmates tried to goad her…saying that, maybe, the US
            would be better off if we just outlawed Muslims from this country …”

            I could make a case for that on the basis that Islam is unconstitutional.

            Qur’an (4:89)
            – “They wish that you should disbelieve as they disbelieve, and then you would be equal; therefore take not to yourselves friends of them, until they emigrate in the way of God; then, if they turn their backs, take them, and slay them wherever you find them; take not to yourselves any one of them as friend or
            helper.”

          • Jerry Camp

            I’ve heard that point before, and truth be told, I don’t see islam as a religion in the first place. Mohammed needed a rallying point for his desire for conquest, so he bastardized Jewish and Christian writings to create his own ‘holy’ book. Then, as he kept writing, seems he got more militant and paranoid. The later chapters / verses speak more to oppressing and killing infidels than the earlier portions. Lured ’em in with the ‘hope & change’ stuff, then went for the jugular…actually, that sounds sorta familiar.

    • MNWoman

      That 90% turned into 91% shortly after the gun control bills failed to pass. Come to think of it, someone had it at 92%, It really depends on which gun grabbing politician/celebrity is talking.

      • MarcusFenix

        Eventually, it’ll be like 114.6%, if it keeps going.

        Law abiding citizens(who aren’t insane) are all for registrations, background checks, and the like. The same programs that libs screech about from the rooftops had zero effect on this issue.

        People who are bent on murder and destruction are going to find a way to do it. It’s just that simple. There isn’t a law you can write that will prevent depravity from occurring, yet they’ll try and ram it down our throats, just like ACA.

        • MNWoman

          Exactly. I think it was Bruce Willis actually who said you cannot legislate against insanity.

          If laws were enough to stop people from causing harm or doing bad things, there would not be a need for prisons or jail.

          You increase gun control, or even go to the extreme and ban all guns, what will happen? Criminals will find them and use them specifically to cause harm.

          Murder is already illegal, and yet the laws are not stopping crazy or evil people from committing murder.

  • Stephen L. Hall

    “You couldn’t have any more armed people than in that case right there. We know that that’s not the case; the data doesn’t show that.”

    Really, she answers her own stupidity.

  • Pablo

    More idiocy: “If you look at their board members, they’re all manufacturers; they’re all making money.”

    Yep, manufacturers like Tom Selleck, Oliver North, R. Lee Ermy, Ted Nugent, Karl Malone, Roy Innis, Grover Norquist… http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/01/nra-board-members-selleck-nugent?page=1

    Yep, she’s an idiot.

    • SPQR9

      Its an intentional lie.

  • Jerry Camp

    Apparently, MSNBC has put these recalled former legislators on the payroll, sequestered and at the ready to give the outraged, liberal response to any story that involves a gun.

    Hey, I got one for you all…when isn’t a liberal outraged?
    Answer; When they’re killing babies!

  • LegalizeShemp

    Another blind leftist, brainwashed in America’s Demonrat run public school system and radical far left universities.

  • Laurel

    Oh for pete sake….GET A REAL JOB GIRON!

    • alanstorm

      How? That would require a salable skill.

      • Laurel

        Fair point.

  • derfelcadarn

    So she is excusing the NRA of having the same relationship that the Democrat Party has with the Green industry, isn’t that hypocrisy ?

    • Infinite_Indeterminism

      Your comment would work better if you wrote “accusing” instead of “excusing” – and if you used a spelling-checker: You’re welcome…

      • mike_in_kosovo

        Yours would have worked better had you either corrected the spelling or mentioned spell-checking – not both.

        Do you happen to work in the Department of Redundancy Department?

        ;oP

        • Infinite_Indeterminism

          My point – was that spelling-checkers check for spelling, not for correctly spilled words used in the wrung place!

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Eye halve a speling checquer, it lives on my PC, it planely marx four my revue misteaks eye can knot sea…

            (grins)

          • Infinite_Indeterminism

            And if you think that, please explain the original mistake!

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Seriously, dude? I was poking some fun at you…lighten up.

  • MNWoman

    All I can say is job well done, Colorado.

  • LegalizeShemp

    It was the voices inside his head, they kept repeating over and over, “Stop shooting people, you moron!”

  • ObamaFail

    Since Alexis passed a background check, liberals will begin rejoicing. Because then they can start pushing for a complete gun ban for anyone WITHOUT a criminal record.

  • BroncoThrowback

    Giron’s record is 100%.
    Perfect at shooting blanks and missing the targets.

  • jukin

    Ft. Hood shooter – Registered Democrat – Muslim

    Columbine shooters – Too young to vote but both families were registered
    Democrats and progressive liberals.

    Virginia Tech shooter – Registered Democrat – Wrote hate mail to President
    Bush and to his staff.

    Colorado Theater shooter – Registered Democrat; staff worker on the Obama
    campaign; Occupy Wall Street participant; progressive liberal.

    Connecticut School Shooter – Registered Democrat; hated Christians.

    Congresswoman Gabby Giffords’ shooter – Leftist, registered Democrat.

    All of these shooters were progressive Democrats!

    To me it looks like banning progressives and democrats from owning guns would reduce mass shootings down to ZERO. But I’m just an engineer that looks at actual data and forms an informed thesis.

    • BoltUp

      Alexis was also a Democrat, and apparently quite happy with Obobblehead…

  • Joshua Lee

    WTF is she talking about at the end of the second clip about limiting magazine capacity because they are more liable to jam thereby slowing the carnage

    • Richard Jefferies

      Maybe it’s like her Colorado colleague, Diana DeGette, who said:

      “These are ammunition, they’re bullets, so the people who have those now, they’re going to shoot them, so if you ban them in the future, the number of these high-capacity magazines is going to decrease dramatically over time because the bullets will have been shot and there won’t be any more available,”

    • Justin Levesque

      Because like the majority of anti-gunners, she has no idea how firearms actually function, does not care to learn, and becomes indignant and insulted whenever anyone calls her on it, since she’s SO much smarter than all the crazy right-wing gun nuts.

    • SPQR9

      She’s a babbling idiot.

    • SPQR9

      She’s a babbling idiot.

  • Claude Pope

    When I was in the Reserves, I was also a police officer. I was allowed to carry my service pistol at any time. The only exception was when I entered the base to do my weekend drills. I had to announce to the gate personnel that I was carrying a pistol. They would call the base armory to tell them I was on the way to secure my weapon. The armory would then call the gate to let them know that I had arrived and secured my pistol. A police officer failed to announce she was carrying and got stopped for a routine security check. Her service pistol (belonged to her department) was confiscated and the base commander ordered it destroyed. Needless to say, she was in trouble with her department.

  • Miss Smarty

    Why is anyone interviewing either one of them, they have been basically kicked out of their jobs for going against the will of the people. That kind of makes their opinion obsolete.

  • Joe

    I am amazed that that lie about the 90% wanting universal background checks is still circulating…

    • alanstorm

      You shouldn’t be. After all, that “97% of scientists say AGW is real!” BS is still around. Not only can’t you fix stupid, but it has a long half-life.

  • BamaMoon

    Derpmeisters on parade…..

  • Mike Pfaff

    How many shooters in these situations are repeat offenders? None? The futility of the background check is well known. It doesn’t help anything. Does that matter to these folks? No. They are liberals. Follow the money in their pockets.

  • http://www.awinninghabit.com lissa

    “had he *went*”..???? Not only is she an idiot, she couldn’t pass 3rd-grade English!!

  • Al Gagnon

    chris hayes is a lef-turd jackass

  • Suzanne

    perhaps this woman should shut her mouth as we are realizing more and more every day that there is much more wrong with her than her anti 2nd Amendment stance!!

  • Magnifico

    She doesn’t know she embarrassed herself….sort of like people eating with their mouths open (no offense to any of you slobs).

  • Sua Sponte

    Has anyone seen Hayes and Maddow in the same room at the same time?….

  • Sureitis

    You just can’t fix stupid. But you can sure as hell “recall” it.

  • LisaG

    Liberals such as Ms. Giron say stupid things not necessarily because they ARE stupid, but because they suffer from extreme egomania. Liberals love the smugly superior feeling they get when they think they are smarter than everyone else in the room. (An annoying side effect of the condition is uncontrollable verbal diarrhea…once they start talking, they just never stop.) But the scariest part is that they repeat these stupid things so often that they actually start believing them.

    • alanstorm

      There’s a word for that – “sophomania”. I plan to start using it everywhere.

  • John Vermore

    This tragedy could also be seen as proof for the need to allow military personal the right to carry. Making our defenders a soft target appears counter intuitive.

  • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

    Heavily Armed?
    She must have seen my “Guns”.

  • donzap

    Heavily armed? Heavily?

    Stupid.

  • Jim Evans

    Well at least, since she’s out of work, maybe she can get on Honey-Boo. Their logic is the same!

  • http://www.IKnowbo.com/ Slam1263

    ” and limiting capacity to 15 that is so reasonable…”
    So that is why he bought a shotgun, per Mr. Biden’s direction, and 15 shotgun rounds, per Ms. Girion direction.
    He was only following orders.

  • donzap

    If she makes any more stupid statements, she could become a front-runner for the Democratic party for president.

    • Ronald Green

      That would be Hillary…..

  • MikeDR2012

    Well, that’s a first. I don’t recall ever seeing Rick Maddow in a tie. Must have been a special occasion with these two idiots.

  • donzap

    Let’s just IMPEACH Obama while we’re at it. Supplying guns to terrorists in Syria…that should be enough.

  • MikeDR2012

    Does that puppet on the left ever say jack squat or does he just sit there, stare at her breasts, and blink his eyes a hundred times?

  • The Penguin (Happy Hanukkah)

    I can’t even begin to dissect the stupid in her rant. But some highlights: Not one complete sentence. Stuttering like a blithering idiot. Nothing but misinformation. Seriously, she doesn’t know the Naval Yard is a gun free zone as is all military bases thanks to HER party? How is she qualified for any public office? I wouldn’t have her taking out the trash at my workplace. God these liberasl are So.F*cking.STUPID!

  • beegie1

    Isn’t it the reason Giron was recalled because people don’t care what she thinks?

    • liberalssuck

      and she refused to listen to her constituents.. I guess she still doesn’t understand why they fired her.

  • donzap

    The Tea Party could use OUR support in standing against gun control and Obamacare….

    http://www.theteaparty.net/

  • Daniel Boyd

    Don’t go away mad…just go away.

  • DCox

    What pisses me off is she can be stupid and say stupid crap but once it’s said it’s out there. She will never retract her statements and is never held accountable for making blatantly false statements.

  • seal76

    Did she have a frontal lobotomy?

  • Mark_Krieg

    Amazing !! stupid is as stupid talks. He had a work related Background check in June 2013.
    He had a security clearance from his employer.

  • TYPE O NEGATIVE

    And the workers at a car dealership can drive any car any time, right?

    Just because they’re there doesn’t mean the workers have access to them

  • Sam Hain

    This lady needs to just exit stage left!! Before she gets nailed with rotten vegetables.

  • kay1968

    90% of the Americans think she has absolutely no idea of what the 2nd Amendment means.

  • https://www.facebook.com/captainclarity CaptainClarity

    She said “they’re all manufacturers; they’re all making money” as if that is a bad thing. The left have become more brazen in their detest of success ever since Obama was elected and OWS made a movement out of their fascist desires.

  • Kevin Greenwood

    In prehistoric times the world was a dangerous place and stupid people didn’t live very long. As civilization and society developed, the world became a safer place and stupid people could survive long enough to breed. Hence today we are overrun with stupid people. The scary part is that my theory has been confirmed….

  • Bobby Upchurch

    angela should just marry anthony weiner… http://nypost.com/2013/09/18/anthony-weiner-explains-mayoral-loss/

  • Mark

    Ignorance is curable, but stupidity lasts a lifetime.

  • Keith Gilbert

    It is simpler, and perhaps more honest, to just be a ‘criminal’ and ignore all the unconstitutional laws pushed on US from the left! Some are stuck on stupid, they really are, and some are not!

  • Dan Snelson

    okay, she is just batsh*t crazy

  • sludog

    Once again Facts don’t matter, A Gun Grabber will say and do anything to CONTROL every aspect of our lives. Remember Gun Control is not about Guns its about CONTROL. She knows the facts, but the truth doesn’t push her agenda, so… Just LIE.

  • Glitter

    These people don’t care about facts.

    • Jeremy

      nope.Those annoying facts get in the way of their gun control agenda.

  • Don Quick

    just like Obama trying to say Navy Corpsmen Obama says Navy Corpse men as in dead people…what a dolt…

  • Brad Pierce

    wow, typical left , liberal ignorance….

  • Gerry Buck

    These 2 are poster children for why so many wish birth control could be retroactive. Sad to say, you can’t fix stupid.

  • tops116

    This reminds me of when the Left tried to claim that Holmes shooting up a movie theater in a gun-free zone was somehow proof that conceal carry laws don’t make people safer.

  • hahn2

    Who is the stump sitting next to her – just letting her blather on ——????

  • Michelle

    Angela? Harry Reid just called, he said to tell you to grow up and get over it. The People have spoken. You lost.

  • Michelle

    Angela? Harry Reid just called, he said to tell you to grow up and get over it. The People have spoken. You lost.

  • Arnold Townsend

    Carrying weapons on or off base was heavily restricted even when I was in the US Army forty years ago. While one can argue with the severity of the restrictions, I can see good reasons for it. What I want to know is this was in DC — a number of terrorist-like attacks (including one REAL terrorist attack on 9/11/01) have happened in recent years so they should’ve been very alert to something like this. Why weren’t they? This is sheer incompetence on whoever oversees security at such facilities. They have to KNOW that such facilities would be prime targets for terrorists who would use many ruses to get access to the inside. This shooter was probably not a terrorist but security was NOT adequate at the facility and as a result many families grieve tonight. But watch — nobody will be held accountable for this serious failure in security — because, “what difference does it make now?” — the dead will remain dead so just move on folks, nothing to see here ….

  • Arnold Townsend

    Carrying weapons on or off base was heavily restricted even when I was in the US Army forty years ago. While one can argue with the severity of the restrictions, I can see good reasons for it. What I want to know is this was in DC — a number of terrorist-like attacks (including one REAL terrorist attack on 9/11/01) have happened in recent years so they should’ve been very alert to something like this. Why weren’t they? This is sheer incompetence on whoever oversees security at such facilities. They have to KNOW that such facilities would be prime targets for terrorists who would use many ruses to get access to the inside. This shooter was probably not a terrorist but security was NOT adequate at the facility and as a result many families grieve tonight. But watch — nobody will be held accountable for this serious failure in security — because, “what difference does it make now?” — the dead will remain dead so just move on folks, nothing to see here ….

  • http://o.com CaptDMO

    “Of course, the Navy Yard, like all military installations, has strict regulations against non-security gun possession”
    Sheesh, what bone head dictated THAT little bit of “gun free zone” wisdom?

  • http://o.com CaptDMO

    “Of course, the Navy Yard, like all military installations, has strict regulations against non-security gun possession”
    Sheesh, what bone head dictated THAT little bit of “gun free zone” wisdom?

  • mark abrams

    This woman is an ignorant sow. The other people on the “news” program didn’t correct her because they are as ignorant as she is. No wonder no one pays any attention to them . They cant go broke fast enough for me.

  • mark abrams

    This woman is an ignorant sow. The other people on the “news” program didn’t correct her because they are as ignorant as she is. No wonder no one pays any attention to them . They cant go broke fast enough for me.

  • walterc

    The main problem with pointing out that background checks and “high capacity” mag restrictions wouldn’t have prevented these shootings is that it may only convince the loons that the only solution is to outlaw guns all together.

    I understand that when Great Britain was discussing gun control (late 80’s early 90’s I think) they were originally proposing to outlaw semi autos only. When the pro gun people pointed out that some people (a lot actually) can cycle a pump action almost as fast as a semi auto, they gun control outlawed pump actions too. And it snowballed from there.

    At lest that’s my recollection.

  • walterc

    The main problem with pointing out that background checks and “high capacity” mag restrictions wouldn’t have prevented these shootings is that it may only convince the loons that the only solution is to outlaw guns all together.

    I understand that when Great Britain was discussing gun control (late 80’s early 90’s I think) they were originally proposing to outlaw semi autos only. When the pro gun people pointed out that some people (a lot actually) can cycle a pump action almost as fast as a semi auto, they gun control outlawed pump actions too. And it snowballed from there.

    At lest that’s my recollection.

  • SPQR9

    “[The NRA] is no longer a gun owner’s organization. It’s a manufacturer’s organization. And that’s how they’re benefiting. If you look at their board members, they’re all manufacturers; they’re all making money. ”

    More lies straight out of VPC/CSGV book of lies. Morse and Giron have been brazenly lying for months.

  • SPQR9

    “[The NRA] is no longer a gun owner’s organization. It’s a manufacturer’s organization. And that’s how they’re benefiting. If you look at their board members, they’re all manufacturers; they’re all making money. ”

    More lies straight out of VPC/CSGV book of lies. Morse and Giron have been brazenly lying for months.

  • Craig Nichols

    Like the end of the article said, It was on MSNBC so very few could see just how stupid and uniformed she is.

  • Tom Armstrong

    “Luckily for Giron, the segment aired on MSNBC, so hardly anyone actually saw her idiocy.”

    Hardly anyone who are not themselves the idiots who watch MSNBC. But, being idiots, they did not realize that Giron had not a clue as to what she was saying.

  • Tom Armstrong

    “Luckily for Giron, the segment aired on MSNBC, so hardly anyone actually saw her idiocy.”

    Hardly anyone who are not themselves the idiots who watch MSNBC. But, being idiots, they did not realize that Giron had not a clue as to what she was saying.

  • Herman LaClair

    the people of Colorado are frickin’ geniuses to get rid of these morons. can they go to DC and do the same??

  • S H

    There is also this lie…
    “[The NRA] is no longer a gun owner’s organization. It’s a manufacturer’s organization. And that’s how they’re benefiting”

    • inspectorudy

      The gun manufacturers are benefiting because idiots like her keep scaring the public into thinking that gun confiscation is just around the corner and so they had better buy several more guns while they can. Obama and people like this idiot are the best things that ever happened to gun akers.

  • dwpittelli

    “[The NRA] is no longer a gun owner’s organization. It’s a manufacturer’s organization.”

    In fact, the manufacturers have often been ready to sell gun owners out to new gun restrictions. It’s the gun owners who insist on their 2nd Amendment rights, and it’s the gun owners who vote for the NRA’s Board of Directors.

  • rbeccah

    You cannot embarrass the terminally ignorant.

  • Neal Atkins

    Does it hurt to be this stooped or is the lack of brain cells insurance against pain?

  • http://abriefhistory.org MichaelKennedy

    “Stupid is as stupid does”- Mama Gump

  • Jacksonian_Libertarian

    You can’t fix stupid!

    • Jeremy

      nope she is beyond help.

  • Katielee4211

    She’s stuttering a bit. Must not have had all her scripted talking points down pat.

  • Rob Walker

    She should get a new job as a fact checker for CNN.

    • inspectorudy

      Actually she would make a good Obamacare navigator. Can you imagine the BS she could throw at you?

  • EDUCATEDPATRIOT

    This woman is STOOPID. Not ignorant, not uninformed, not “low information”, just plain STOOPID.

  • McAllister

    Who is paying this boob to make these appearances? She cannot possibly think she will be reinstated in Colorado, can she?

    • Mr. Fever Head

      The Colorado Republican party should be paying her to go on TV more.

  • Ernie Paulson

    The allegation that the NRA is in the pocket of gun manufacturers has been around forever. I remember hearing that same thing back in the 1960’s and ’70’s. It was a lie then and it’s a lie now.

  • Liberalism Is Nonsense

    We rely on learned rules for doing things, such as customs and traditions, because our intellect cannot comprehend every detail of our complex, distributed, technologically-driven civilization.

  • LouAnnWatson

    statements of convenience for her argument, no facts necessary

  • johnpaul

    How do these people get in office? I hate to think this is a reflection of the electorate. People cannot be that stupid, can they? This woman is clueless. Completely out of touch with reality yet people put her in office. I guess the good thing is they realized their mistake and voted her out of office.

    Thank God!

    • inspectorudy

      The problem is that the public is almost as clueless as this harpy. What happened in CO is after the fact just like Obamacare. Idiots voted these people into office and when their stupid laws finally affect the voter’s lives then they get upset. We all need to call/write our Congressmen/women and tell them that we’re mad as hell and are not going to take Obamacare anymore!

  • gman213

    “If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn’t be. And what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?”
    Adventures in Wonderland At Work my friends!

  • Don Kenner

    Weapons-grade stupid. She even looks like an idiot when she’s prattling on and on. My God, the $#!# really rises to the (political) top in this country. I’m surprised she was recalled. Imbeciles like that usually thrive in America, having long careers stealing people’s money and shrinking people’s liberty. You have to really distinguish yourself as a statist thug to provoke the voters to recall you.

    • liberalssuck

      it would seem Colorado is waking up. 2014 will be the real test. However I do have hopes we will remove 3 demorats and the governor!

      • richard40

        If CO can repeal the gun law, then defeat evey person who voted for it, they will be a free state again.

  • liberalssuck

    There is a reason District 3 recalled this stupid person. There are 2 common denominator with the last 4 or 5 shooting. Gun free zones and a deranged gunmen. However I have never met a liberal pushing an agenda to be able to think critically.. Well I have never met a liberal who could think period.

  • stuckinIL4now

    “And I think that the more we can inform people and inform NRA members about what’s really going on here.”
    Nice slam on NRA members–according to Giron they’re all a bunch of idiots who don’t know what’s going on in their own organization. Oh wait, Dembeciles …

  • Barbara Nelen

    Good Lord that woman is a stooge. Making it up as she goes along. She was unelected. STFU.

  • kbrockm

    I have an idea….just don’t issue gun permits to liberals. Most, if not all of the recent mass-shootings were perpetrated by liberals.

    • Sam

      How about registering as a Democrat automatically means a red-flag on background checks to purchase.

  • DiscontentWithLiars

    I’m sure glad she will still be out there telling people what is going on there. The Navy yard shooter passed background checks as well as James Holmes (Colorado movie killer) dummy. How many people that were actually stopped from getting a weapon were arrested for attempting to buy a gun illegally? The problem is the tools they used, it’s their attitude, moral background and perhaps even the consequences of their actions. Of course they’re screwed up. What are parents, schools and our leaders teaching them?

  • seemorejustice

    Is it any wonder nothing gets done in government… The smart lawmakers are too busy correcting the lunacy of the idiot lawmakers, so no real going “FORWARD”, too busy trying to fix Obama’s jackassery!

  • Mr. Fever Head

    MSNBC’s audience of tens saw it but don’t have enough brain wattage combined to understand she’s full of it.

  • John Baptist

    there must be a lot of stupid people living in Colorado to elect her in the first place

    • richard40

      Since they were also smart enough to recall her, lets put it down to temporary insanity.

  • http://Twitter.com/jkerrysforehead John Kerry’s Forehead

    Hey, Giron, you were fired. Go away.

  • Guest

    hahahaha! She’s lying for one since they the board is elected by the members and its awesome seeing her freak out that she has to find a real job now LOL

  • http://redstate.com/ midwestconservative

    Proof that the Left is not only ignorant about guns but also how our military installations are run.

  • Paul C.

    Where do the liberals find these low info people??

    • richard40

      It gets even better when these obvious idiots tell each other how stupid WE are.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jon.sweeney.108 Jon Sweeney

    Do we need more proof the libtards own the moron vote?

  • MichaelZWilliamson

    But if it’s a no-guns zone, inside DC, which is no-guns zone, how did this happen? Weren’t the signs big enough for him to read? Perhaps they should be brighter? Maybe we should have the guards announce it’s a no-guns zone?

  • Kathy McKinny

    when will they get that “the ONLY way to stop a BAD guy with a gun, is a GOOD guy with a gun”?????

  • Kathy McKinny

    when will they get that “the ONLY way to stop a BAD guy with a gun, is a GOOD guy with a gun”?????

  • http://www.mythlogicpress.com/ zmortis

    A lot of people here are refering to former Colorado State Senator Angela Giron as stupid and uninformed. She is neither of these things in this particular case. She knows exactly what narrative she is trying to sell the MSNBC audience. She knows they are stupid enough to take her at face value, and that they are dumb enough to not fact check her lies. She was never trying to sell her false narrative to the rest of us, just to stand the people who buy her narrative in our path.

  • http://www.mythlogicpress.com/ zmortis

    A lot of people here are refering to former Colorado State Senator Angela Giron as stupid and uninformed. She is neither of these things in this particular case. She knows exactly what narrative she is trying to sell the MSNBC audience. She knows they are stupid enough to take her at face value, and that they are dumb enough to not fact check her lies. She was never trying to sell her false narrative to the rest of us, just to stand the people who buy her narrative in our path.

  • Crystal Offermann

    Have you noticed–these attacks are occurring in gun free zones by people who passed background checks or have access to guns legally purchased by someone who did, have mental illness, and are registered Democrats as well as Obama Supporters?

  • Maggie Nostic

    She is also functionally illiterate.

  • Maggie Nostic

    She is also functionally illiterate.

  • IkeKonoclast

    First, it was voter suppression. Now, it’s the NRA. What’s the next spin? They’ll say anything and tell any lie that might further their agenda. Blame any one and any thing other than themselves. These two boobs are making fools of themselves and are too stupid to see it. They are the epitome of arrogance and completely self-centered. These two think they know what’s best for Colorado?

  • IkeKonoclast

    First, it was voter suppression. Now, it’s the NRA. What’s the next spin? They’ll say anything and tell any lie that might further their agenda. Blame any one and any thing other than themselves. These two boobs are making fools of themselves and are too stupid to see it. They are the epitome of arrogance and completely self-centered. These two think they know what’s best for Colorado?

  • Roland Olson

    Well…bless her heart….if this woman had been front and center in the woman’s right to vote….they would not get it

  • Dominic

    She is just another Obama MORON !!!

  • Werbil

    See why we recalled her?

  • Oledoc2u

    The board members of the NRA are publically listed. Name those that are manufacturers and those who are profiting. What a lying lunatic. Glad CO woke up. Now maybe the rest of the country will recognize stupidity and socialism at it’s best.

  • Donaldsays#FreePaulieWalnuts

    I think I just saw proof that proves Astronomers and Astrophysicists are right, that there are actually micro-black holes naturally occurring in nature, or at least in liberal politicians. Areas of gravity so intense that even common sense or intelligence can’t escape. It makes me wonder how thick her skull must be to resist collapsing in on itself!

  • Cappy Paxton

    Scary, people will watch her and think she is telling the truth. As pointed out, at least it was MSNBC but they still reach a lot of ppl. Scary I tell ya, scary.

  • bicentennialguy

    Why is anyone listening to this ex-Senator harpy anyway? Why are they trotting out this FAILURE to opine on anything except being a sorry-ass loser?

  • Tim David

    Yeah, lots and lots of armed people, Ms Giron, just like at Fort Hood. Wait. What?

  • bo1921

    Maybe she can get a job on meghan mccain’s “network.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/no.guff NoGuff
  • beefrank

    I guess she did hear about the ‘gun-free zones’ on military bases imposed by Clinton b/c she was adjusting her knee pads.

  • George Smith

    Now you know what kind of Idiots we have in those positions, and she isn’t the only one..

  • Citizen Loring

    1) Those that voted you out were your constituents, not extremists. I think it is time to stop disrespecting what WERE your constituents.

    2) You fool nobody, it’s gun control – PEOPLE control, not gun safety which is handling a firearm safely.

    3) Nothing this divisive is common sense. The hundreds of thousands of people in CO that don’t agree with you are sick of the disrespectful and condescending meme of “common sense” when it comes to restricting civil rights.

    4) You didn’t beat the gun lobby, you ignored a significant number of people in CO that opposed you and you had ZERO bipartisan support and several in your party voted against your bills.

    5) The outcry for more laws was from a tiny minority, where were they during the testimony at the capitol if they were the majority? They were MIA.

    6) The background check is full of problems.

    a. It includes temporary transfers such as a friend safeguarding firearms for someone displaced by the floods. Common sense? Who are you kidding?

    b. It is not facilitated. Only 10-15% of FFL dealers are willing to do them for private sales.

    7) The mag limit bans standard, OEM and COMMON use magazines. It is unconstitutional based on the Miller, Heller & McDonald SCOTUS decisions. It will be overturned.

    8) The 28 people were DENIED. If they were criminals and lied on the form for the check, that is a felony. How many have been arrested? The background check system has a high rate of false negatives.

    9) In a recent Colorado poll, 54% said they felt the gun control laws went too far. So much for that majority support.

    10) Stop blaming extremist groups for your recall, that was your own constituents, many Democrats.

    11) The gun show, day at the range were all a ruse.

    12) Your new laws are a huge false sense of security. My kids are no safer today.

    THANK GOD you were recalled. You represent extremist, government control groups. That is not the Colorado way!!!