Four Types of Fraudulent Gun Rights Memes, and How to Prevent Them

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Type #1: The horribly misused Holocaust or WWII photo.

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How to know it’s phony: GET OFF FACEBOOK AND READ A FUCKING BOOK. And if books aren’t your thing, go to YadVashem.org or USHMM.org.

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Type #2: The phony celebrity quote.

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How to know it’s phony? By virtue of their egos, when celebrities decide to benevolently favor us with their astute judgments on the issues of the day, they do so ON TV SHOWS THAT PEOPLE WATCH, OR NEWSPAPERS AND WEBSITES THAT PEOPLE READ. They do not give exclusive quotes to www.FreedomAmericanistPatriotFreePatriotPressLiberty.wordpress.org.

So, if you Google a celebrity quote, and the source for it is not The L.A. Times, The New York Times, Entertainment Tonight, TMZ, or Variety, but rather LibertyFaithFreedomFighterPatriotTrueAmericanFreedomFreedomFreedom.info, don’t believe it. Please…don’t. I’m not saying that the “mainstream” media is the ultimate purveyor of truth – it’s far from it. I’m saying that it’s where CELEBRITIES go to opine.

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Type #3: The phony politician quote.

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How to know it’s phony? Same point as #2. Plus, just because you dislike a certain politician doesn’t mean they’re as dumb as Homer Simpson. Yes, there are some genuine, bona-fide idiots in Congress, like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Hank Johnson, and Alan Grayson. But most seasoned politicians don’t release half-assed quotes that make them look like children. It’s idiotic on our part to assume that all of our foes are morons. Some are actually quite smart. That doesn’t mean they’re right, it just means they aren’t Rain Man. If ONLY all our foes were as dumb as Hank Johnson. We should BE so lucky. But we’re not. So, if you see a meme in which a seasoned politico is saying something truly idiotic, repeat step #2 to make sure that the only source for the quote isn’t AmericanFreedomPatriotEndTheFedRiseUpFreedomFreeeeeeeAmerica.wordpress.org.

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Type #4: The “Sandy Hook never happened and the so-called ‘grieving parents’ were actors paid by Obama” meme.

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How to know it’s phony? If you don’t know it’s phony, please seek help. And please defriend me on Facebook.

None of the advice dispensed in this post will be taken. By anyone. On Second Amendment issues, the facts, figures, statistics, and lessons of history favor our position. So all the more reason not to use them when phony memes and loony conspiracy theories are available instead, right?

I am so ready to quit.

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Comments
2 Responses to “Four Types of Fraudulent Gun Rights Memes, and How to Prevent Them”
  1. Kender FAKE MacGowan says:

    Sorry, sir, but you may not quit. In fact you CANNOT quit. I am looking at your contracts right here and it’s still in effect. And thanks for the advice above….I will be sure to remember this.

  2. Albert B. Thompson says:

    David, the fact that #4 need even be mentioned is proof positive that all of the Loons are NOT just on Golden Pond! Next we’ll have weirdos swearing that “black helicopters” were sighted near Sandy Hook three days before the shootings, and that there was a sighting of Elvis disguised as a janitor only hours after the incident occurred. Sheeeeeeeeeeesh!

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