Considering what happens in Chicago on a regular basis in spite of local gun control laws, you’d think the lectures from gun control proponents, delivered through art or otherwise, might be a little more self-aware, but that’s not often the case. Here’s a piece of “art” in Chicago designed to make the following point:
— CNN (@CNN) May 12, 2018
Well that’s… something.
Nowhere in this story does it point out this "representation" is completely false.
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) May 12, 2018
I wonder why they couldn't actually build a gun dispenser and prove their point. https://t.co/Inyp2KLL3l
— Holden (@Holden114) May 12, 2018
Ok but it very clearly isn't so… https://t.co/qtZTW7Rujy
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) May 12, 2018
“to make it look as though”…..this is stupid.
— Colonel Assault Mom (@colonel_potter) May 12, 2018
Defund art https://t.co/hPo2wCgiOW
— KanyeTwitty (@10uhseejed) May 12, 2018
This is just beyond stupid and demonstrative of CNN's inherent bias since you know better. This exhibit isn't news. #MediaBias
— DanLIVA (@dan_liva) May 12, 2018
The dumbest thing I have seen. I am part of a bike rental program in my city and all they asked for was my address and credit card information. Nothing comparable to buying a gun. https://t.co/7pytdNcqjW
— Matthew Battle (@librab103) May 12, 2018
But I thought lying about guns was your job, CNN https://t.co/f1HabUDgkW
— Robert Kroese (@robkroese) May 12, 2018
Lmao… damn I was going to go buy an ice cream and ended up walking out with an AR-15 it’s just that easy
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) May 12, 2018
Watch out, because it looks like the exhibit might have backfired:
Now THAT'S a fantastic business idea…
Uber for guns!
Lots of ranges rent guns, but only whatever they have on hand… https://t.co/JihSMJ40A9
— TexitMachine (@BrowningMachine) May 12, 2018