The gun-grabbing Left are wetting themselves with ecstasy over former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’ op-ed calling for the Second Amendment to be repealed. The icing on the cake? The sweet-ass graphic that accompanies it:
John Paul Stevens: Repealing the Second Amendment would move Saturday’s marchers closer to their objective than any other possible reform https://t.co/6USnyIMMDq
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) March 27, 2018
And TIME’s deputy director of news Alex Fitzpatrick, for one, is pretty blown away by it:
Wow. Such powerful. Much astounding.
See, the first one is an entirely mechanical device and the second is… an entirely mechanical device? Compared to most things in modern life, we're not looking at a quantum leap in technology here. https://t.co/KnPIriX84M
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) March 27, 2018
Ooh ooh let's also compare airplanes, drones, and computers of the same time period.
— geoffers ?? (@geekaybe) March 27, 2018
Of all the Left’s asinine cases against the Second Amendment, the “but muskets!” one ranks near the top.
“The simple power of this illustration…”
Unless you want to go back to quill and ink wells. ??♂️ pic.twitter.com/wlY69JmkLd
— HICKORY (@claydirtman) March 27, 2018
He said, using a technology that did not exist in the 18th Century to express his Constitutionally protected right of Free Speech.
— Victor Tango Kilo (@GenghisKhet) March 27, 2018
The simple power of this tweet is astoundingly….stupid.
— Jasen Flint (@JasenFlint) March 27, 2018