We HATE to be that person but umm … are those paintball guns?
— Reuters (@Reuters) May 16, 2022
Remember when that one journo thought those orange earplugs were rubber bullets?
I hope they're training with rubber bullets for safety sake pic.twitter.com/I8PhukCvjD
— Witchy Chick (@1WitchyChick) May 16, 2022
Journalists are so adorable in their stupid about guns.
Oh, Reuters. LOL
Did America just spend $40 billion to buy Ukraine paintball gear???
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) May 16, 2022
We wouldn’t put it past this administration.
No American needs Fully automatic paintball guns pic.twitter.com/FDXawTXzzl
— The Dank Knight 🦇 (@capeandcowell) May 16, 2022
Time for Common Sense Paintball Gun Control.
If they're gonna use stock images, I say use something REALLY COOL: pic.twitter.com/dMI366ETlq
— THE Crapplefratz (Accept no substitutes) (@Crapplefratz) May 16, 2022
Russians get repelled with paintball guns? 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/jxBMmqBs3b
— Douglas Karr (@douglaskarr) May 16, 2022
With paintball guns? That’s impressive
— #CMFL (@seeemmeffell) May 16, 2022
Now, to be fair, if you read the story the caption talks about how they’re training (which would explain the paintball guns, we suppose) but they probably should have used either a better headline or a better picture because WOW.
— Prison Mitch (@MidnightMitch) May 16, 2022
Par for the course, journos. Maybe hire a few people who know a thing or two about militaries and firearms.
— Jack's Rhetorical Buzzsaw (@JackMartensite) May 16, 2022
You freaking morons
— Caesar Pounce (@caesar_pounce) May 16, 2022
So Russians are afraid of getting paint on their uniforms?
— Alan Bayer (@AlanBayer2) May 16, 2022