As Twitchy reported yesterday, kicker Jay Feely posted a photo of his daughter with her date on prom night that legitimately freaked the Left out, especially gun harpies. It was a photo based on one of the oldest jokes ever told, but as we all know the Left isn’t exactly known for having a sense of humor.
Here is the tweet:
— Jay Feely (@jayfeely) April 22, 2018
Finger off the trigger, gun pointed to the ground … daughter and date smiling.
Clearly a joke.
But that didn’t stop joyless feminist Lauren Duca from sharing a fairly twisted and very ugly take on it:
Wishing my beautiful daughter and her date *a violent reminder that I consider her my property pic.twitter.com/RDM7SpXBAE
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) April 22, 2018
That’s not what he’s doing here.
This photo was about reminding the guy taking Jay’s daughter to prom that he better treat his daughter well and be on his best behavior. That’s it. Only a depraved person who doesn’t really understand a father/daughter relationship would think otherwise.
There was undoubtedly a time when fathers considered daughters property. But I've never met a dad who thinks that today. They – we – think they're precious & worth defending from assholes & others. They also have senses of humor. At least mine does. Don't know about this person. https://t.co/bw4Xr3rBLG
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) April 22, 2018
Sense of humor?
What? He's being a protective father. She's probably underage, she's grinning, it's lighthearted. Protecting someone with love doesn't mean "property".
— Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) April 22, 2018
Here. Go buy a sense of humor. pic.twitter.com/2F4heHJq6x
— Chuck Vipperman (@ChuckVipperman) April 22, 2018
Are you insane? Why would that even be the thought? I never thought of my daughter as "property" it's called being protective and ensuring no one takes advantage of my daughter. Maybe your parents looked at you as property, the majority of fathers do not.
— LedZep (@LedZepZoso6) April 22, 2018
You take a good-natured joke about a father worried about seeing his baby girl grow up into something horrible. Which makes you horrible. And pathetic.
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) April 22, 2018
Diesel down, outrage queen. It was a joke. That said, you clearly have daddy issues. I'm sorry your father didn't support you or share humor with you.
— I Am the NRA. (@MrsDigger) April 22, 2018
Totally using that.
Or maybe he considers her worth more than anything and he will protect her above all or maybe “it’s a joke” PC MUCH!!!
— Pam (@pmseever) April 22, 2018
Gosh, Lauren, this went well.
Daddy issues, Lauren?
— SixSBRings:) (@MadPatsFan1954) April 23, 2018
Seems that way.