Bill Ayers, the Chicago-based terrorist with an unfortunate connection to Barack Obama’s past, is angry. He simply can’t believe that we continue to endure terror attacks like the massacre in Orlando. He thinks that people who would kill or maim innocents - people like Bill Ayers - must be stopped. So, this piece of human refuse who clearly doesn’t understand irony is calling for more gun control.
That’s right. An actual honest-to-Allah terrorist is giving us a bizarro lecture about how to prevent the actions of people like himself.
Where do we even start with this?
First there’s the fact that no AR-15 was used in Orlando.
Then there’s the fact that gun control does nothing to address motive.
Then there’s the fact that, even if you could somehow accomplish the impossible and take guns out of the equation, attackers would simply choose another weapon. For cripes sake, Bill Ayers himself - a mad bomber who wishes he ‘had done more’ after his ‘Weather Underground’ tried to blow up innocents at the New York City Police Department, the Pentagon, and the Capitol building - serves as evidence that terrorists who decide to kill can and will choose weapons other than firearms.
Finally, there’s the fact that the bombs Ayers and his domestic terrorist buddies employed were illegal, and yet they managed to carry out their attacks anyway. The assumption that gun control would have done anything to stop the Orlando attack, particularly when the terrorist was on, and subsequently dismissed from, the terror watch list, is absolutely ludicrous.
But hey, a communist terrorist and Obama associate wants you to give up your rights. Feel free to listen to him.
UPDATE: Ayers is pretty upset about being the victim of a “firestorm of hate” since his initial missive.
A firestorm of hate descending, mob of angry folks gathering with torches and pitchforks. I said: “Ban one gun.” Right is touchy/defensive
— Bill Ayers (@WilliamAyers) June 15, 2016
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