Last week, there appeared photos of small AR-15 pins on the lapels of some of the more challenged members of the House of Representatives, including the lying liar who lies George Santos and Anna Paulina Luna, a former anti-McCarthyite who has some baggage of her own. The pins, as you can see from the video above, were being handed out by the extremist Rep. Andrew Clyde, R-Georgia.
A depiction of the weapon of choice for most mass shooters seems an odd choice of jewelry for U.S. representatives. Unlike Rep. Clyde’s explanation in the video, these pins don’t remind me of the importance of the Second Amendment. They do, however, remind me that we have gun-humping elected officials who dwell in the pocket of the blood-gargling NRA.
Interestingly, here’s a photo of Rep. Clyde, greeting the insurrectionists whom he later called “tourists.” Clyde is the maskless guy without a gun, in his hand or on his lapel.
Hypocrisy, thy name is Clyde. Happy Monday. Go git ‘em.
I see many vehicles displaying FJB decals along with AR15 decals…..oh and these vehicles have “In God We Trust” stamped onto their SC license plates! WWJD!?
So someone from the party that feels the need to bring guns into committee meetings is claiming that the other side is triggered???
I can only assume that the need for guns is because they lack a command of the English language and their debating skills are pedestrian at best