The investigation is still ongoing, and at this point nobody knows the person or people who sent suspicious packages that contained devices that were suspected to be bombs to several Democrats. But just because the devices in question aren’t guns doesn’t mean a way can’t be found to blame the NRA. Here’s the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence with the hottest of hot takes:
Go to a gun show and you will find bomb making kits. The @NRA is more than guns, it is using violence as a means to impact political discourse. It is dangerous.
— CSGV (@CSGV) October 24, 2018
The anti-gun activists are nothing if not predictable.
I will keep a lookout for this — it's probably right next to the Nuclear Bomb kit they sell at gun shows. https://t.co/CUugMfGKa1
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) October 25, 2018
Things that aren't true….for 500 Alex
— JunkyardTactical (@TeakellLarry) October 24, 2018
This literally couldn’t be less true.
— Will Campbell (@WILLionaire317) October 25, 2018
And yet they don’t care.
Go to Amazon and you will find The Anarchist Cookbook. Blame them while you're at it. https://t.co/mPOX2zdmPo
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) October 25, 2018
Huh, musta missed that table. https://t.co/HTYReKAxwP
— Barnaby (@B_Barbarian) October 24, 2018
I double dog dare you to share actual photos of supposed "bomb making kits" that are sold at any legitimate gun show. https://t.co/mdqjwMr8ps
— Tom T. ن ™ ?? ?? (@VRWCTexan) October 25, 2018
What color is the sky in your universe?
— Joe Huffman (@JoeHuffman) October 24, 2018
Does someone want to tell them about the "bomb making kits" available right now on the plumbing aisle at Home Depot, or so should I? https://t.co/OTz7WDmzZn
— Kevin Creighton (@ExurbanKevin) October 24, 2018
You have not the slightest clue what you're talking about. None. Not an iota.
— Ralph L Santovenia (@Joker961) October 25, 2018
— Flyover Rube (@jswilt) October 25, 2018
Anybody want to venture a guess on that?