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Oct 28 2019

AR-15 Raffle Triggers College Newspaper

It doesn’t take much to trigger moonbats. College Republicans at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville announced they would raffle off 80% of an AR-15’s lower receiver. The aspiring propagandists at the student newspaper clutch their pearls in desperation:

It is unreasonably reckless to give away 80% of an AR-15 part , the same weapon used in recent, high-profile mass shootings like the one in a Parkland, Florida, high school that killed 17 people in February 2018.

AR-15s are used to defend homes vastly more often than they are misused by maniacs. Nonetheless, the moonbats at the Northwest Missourian are so incensed, they even denounce the design of the flyer announcing the raffle.

For just $10, the College Republicans’ poorly-designed, Student Affairs-approved flyer touts, anyone on campus or in the community can enter the raffle for a chance to win a part of the semi-automatic weapon, one more suitable for a battlefield than a deer stand, much less a college campus.

Any moonbats out there want to list the armies that issue their troops semiautomatic AR-15s?

The flyer tweaks leftists by replying to Robert Francis O’Rourke’s “Hell yes, we are going to take your AR-15” threat with “Hell, no, you Beto not!”

The reality is that giving away parts of a weapon of such magnitude does little to impede O’Rourke, who won’t be a serious candidate for the presidency by the time the primary races reach Missouri.

True enough, an AR-15 is of vast magnitude compared to the piddling campaign of the punk from El Paso. However, Beta O’Rourke and the likeminded Eric Swalwell are only the most foolishly forthright of a party of gun-grabbers.

Perhaps unintentionally, the College Republicans’ attention-grab has united every common-sense-having individual in the Northwest community through one collective train of thought that collides with the organization’s intended mission. That thought, of course, is, “What the hell were they thinking?”

Common-sense-having student journalists might want to see if the school offers any remedial writing classes. Developing some basic skills might prevent them from being reduced to inarticulate sputtering when others fail to climb aboard the one collective train of thought.

On a tip from Lyle.




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