“West Wing” and “Get Out” actor Bradley Whitford hates the Second Amendment. Like, really hates it. So much so that he’ll shame anyone out there who believes in the right to bear arms:
There’s nothing more pathetic than someone who thinks they need a gun to be a man.
— Bradley Whitford (@WhitfordBradley) November 27, 2018
Is that so, Bradley?
Good luck with the likes and RTs.
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 27, 2018
Got a name for your straw man, or you just projecting?
— Micah Don Arington (@arington_acemd) November 28, 2018
How about somebody that doesn’t have an argument, so they just make up some stupid strawman and attack that instead?
I think that’s pretty pathetic.
— Leonidas Xanflorp (@LXanflorp) November 28, 2018
There's plenty more pathetic, and I'm sure you're most of those things.
— E.B. Garrett (@EBGarrett1975) November 28, 2018
How about ones who virtual signal behind gated communities
— Glenn Amurgis (@gamurgis) November 28, 2018
— David Edward ❔ (@_David_Edward) November 27, 2018
You mean as opposed to someone who has to judge others and then convince himself he OBVIOUSLY knows better, in order to feel like a man?
— Mike On The Right (@Mike_OnTheRight) November 28, 2018
Yeah, poor Bradley really should’ve quit while he was behind.
What about women who use them for self-defense? Are they “pathetic” too? https://t.co/3jbpjgfXiN
— whatever (@MatlockFletcher) November 28, 2018
Inquiring minds wanna know!
Lots of non-men own guns.
— Jeremiah Lewis (@fringeblog) November 28, 2018
Or an independent woman.
— Debbie Hupp (@debbiehupp) November 27, 2018
I own a gun and definitely not a man…
— Chania Dunham (@Dunham_Chania) November 28, 2018
I’m a woman who owns a gun. I have no desire to be a man.
— Lady Steel 🍁 (@VCSteel1) November 28, 2018
I’m a woman and I simply want to be able to protect myself. Responsible gun owners don’t buy guns to show off. Shooting is also an Olympic sport.
— Closet News Junkie (@NewsCloset) November 27, 2018
Women own guns, with no thought of 'being a man.'
— Susan_Wright [Insufficiently Partisan] (@SweetieWalker) November 28, 2018
What about those of us who own guns to feel more like a woman?
— Pronounced ValYERy fan (@valeryfan) November 28, 2018
Have you ever talked to someone who owns firearms? And what about women who carry? What do you say to them? That they can’t be a real woman unless they disarm themselves?
— Andra Marquardt (@almarquardt) November 27, 2018
I don't want to be a man, Brad. I do however want to be safe from a lot of them.
— 𝙷𝚎𝚊𝚝𝚑𝚎𝚛 𝙲𝚑𝚊𝚖𝚙𝚒𝚘𝚗 (@winningatmylife) November 28, 2018
What about women? I was taught by my CCW instructor that my gun is my “life saving tool”. It has nothing to do with manhood. It has everything to do with the eradication of victimhood.
— HammerDownHanna (@Hammerdownhanna) November 27, 2018
Nothing says “I’m super-woke” like writing off an entire sex because it screws up your narrative.
What about thinking that the reason people (especially women) wish to possess a weapon and preserve their rights is because the weapon has a connection to masculinity?
— Rocky Lockwood (@LockwoodRocky) November 27, 2018
It’s not a question of needing anything. It’s more about the right and freedom to own any legal form of protection. You don’t want to own a gun? Don’t buy one. Then MYOB
— KateinPA (@goodhood61) November 28, 2018
There's nothing more pathetic than anyone who thinks someone owns a gun to feel like a man.
The disabled earn your contempt as well? How about the elderly?
Ooh, or what about women like myself, Bradley?
Arrogant idiots should learn how to remain quiet.
— Joy (@LibertyClerk) November 27, 2018