Despite gun control advocates’ beef with the NRA, you’d like to think that even they could put aside their ideological differences and acknowledge that vandalizing a billboard to read “Kill the NRA” is going too far. But oddly enough, for a guy who claims to be against violence, Independent Reporter journalist and proud Resistance member Ed Krassenstein can’t seem to muster any outrage on behalf of the NRA’s members whose only crime is believing in their right to self-defense:
The billboard that reads "Kill the NRA", doesn’t infer to killing people. If you believe that you are just ignorant.
The message is simple, “Kill the influence that the NRA has on our politicians”.
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) February 20, 2018
Imagine being this incapable of saying "yeah, that went too far." https://t.co/8qXIvengxV
— neontaster 🚟 (@neontaster) February 20, 2018
Kill means love.
Abortion means life.
— 🇺🇸GayPatriot🇺🇸 (@GayPatriot) February 20, 2018
From the crowd who got the vapors at targets drawn on maps. https://t.co/WCBREoSvID
— David Edward (@_David_Edward) February 20, 2018
I'm old enough to remember when "the clenched fist of truth" was seen as violent rhetoric by many of the same people excusing away "Kill the NRA". https://t.co/vCGnfdk5Mq
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) February 20, 2018
It means “Kill NRA members” https://t.co/F47Kt6Bodq
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) February 20, 2018
The NRA is 3 million+ members.
You are talking about people. https://t.co/KHYfrKkbT8
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) February 20, 2018
Justifying the killing of political opponents? Gee, what could possibly go wrong?