Tonight, CNN’s Anderson Cooper is hosting a town hall with President Obama to discuss his executive actions on guns. CNN got the event rolling early by expanding from gun control, to bullet control:
— CNN (@CNN) January 7, 2016
We’re fairly certain Obama will get to that topic tonight while reminding everybody he taught constitutional law.
@CNN So this is an all-day informercial for Obama, huh?
— JWF (@JammieWF) January 7, 2016
It certainly looks that way.
Those are shell casings, not bullets. Morons. https://t.co/8gaWArhRpO
— Adso of Melk (@PalimpsestMan) January 7, 2016
Don’t interrupt the liberal media when they’re embarrassing themselves trying to talk intelligently about guns and related laws!
@CNN Woo! Quite the breaking news you've got there. How fast do you think someone could throw a bullet?
— Colonel (@laurakfillault) January 7, 2016
@CNN Are people throwing the bullets at people? Or shooting them through a background checked gun??
— Michael Evans (@M_EvansOKC) January 7, 2016
which are useless without an actual gun, requiring a background check. https://t.co/kPJdxwo8kH
— Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) January 7, 2016
— Kemberlee Kaye (@KemberleeKaye) January 7, 2016
That CNN thinks the problem isn't the 4 states where you can't do this is a good look at media posture on guns. https://t.co/OCw8G9WcQP
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) January 7, 2016
Gasp! Oh that's shocking @CNN! You're really going to freak when you find out we can make our own. Better BAN the materials! Get on it!
— #NeverTrump Sarah (@sarahzview) January 7, 2016
You can also get a gallon of highly flammable gasoline or any number of lethal chemicals. So what? https://t.co/4tb972GQrf
— neontaster (@neontaster) January 7, 2016
@CNN pretty much useless without a gun. I bought my last batch from a small businessman. Want to put him on food stamps too?
— Ray Gibson (@raygibson) January 7, 2016
How many states can you just walk into a store and buy fertilizer? Gasoline? https://t.co/CXlgs2bjnL
— Jaci Greggs (@jacigreggs) January 7, 2016
@CNN So 4 states have been taken over by unconstitutional rats.
— DabrickshawBuckshank (@DabrickshawBuck) January 7, 2016
@CNN Illinois is one of the 4 states where you cant, yet people in Chicago keep dying…
— Steve Anderson (@Sjanderson86) January 7, 2016
It's utterly absurd that there's 4 states that don't allow this, by the way. https://t.co/4VJ4sACBBF
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) January 7, 2016
Breaking: Anyone (even kids) can buy gasoline—even if they don't have a license to drive a car! https://t.co/WsdkhqGTgV
— Joe Carter (@joecarter) January 7, 2016
@CNN your headline treats this like something new and scandalous. It's neither . What's your point?
— babysgramma (@babysgramma) January 7, 2016