Huffington Post Encourages Readers to Steal Guns

Huffington Post Encourages Readers to Steal Guns

Our rights are not being rescinded quickly enough by the federal government to satisfy the totalitarian moonbats at Huffington Post, so they encourage true believers to take matters into their own hands:

Betsy got tired of waiting for the gunsucking cowards in Congress to get off their asses and save some lives, so she decided to take matters into her own sticky, chalky hands.

Gunhumpers love their deadly fetish objects so much that they bring them everywhere they go, and usually do a really sh*tty job of securing them. This is not so good for the 100 kids who Second Amendment themselves to death every year, but the silver lining is that it does help make Betsy’s job much easier.

Unlocked cars are a great place to find any kind of gun a Betsy might want, from handguns to AR-15s. Betsy helpfully reminded this gun owner former gun owner of the cold statistical truth:

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Garages can also offer a wealth of weapons to literally anyone who happens to stroll by. Irresponsible gunlicking f*ckwits, take note: if you can’t keep your f*cking guns out of the wrong f*cking hands, they will end up in Betsy’s.

Any betsy can play this game – it’s fun and easy! The best part is that you don’t even really have to look all that hard before you start finding killing machines left lying around somewhere where a fragile man-child or a violent felon or a kid can pick ‘em up – public bathrooms, parks, even Disney World!

Make sure to take trophy pics…

“Betsy” is apparently the pseudonym for a collection of sock puppet Twitter accounts all run by the same posturing moonbat. The above extract was taken from Bearing Arms, which reports that the story stayed up for at least 5 days before HuffPo editors were shamed into removing it.

Stealing firearms is a felony. Encouraging it in the name of infringing on our liberty is an example of anarchotyranny, the system of government that prevails in Venezuela and in the hopes and dreams of moonbats everywhere.

The Internet is forever.

On a tip from Torcer. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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