An MSNBC panel discussed those who support the Second Amendment, labeling them as ‘old and crusty,’ and a panelist later expressed hope that these conservatives were “going to thankfully die off.”

Host Joy Reid, whose worldview is that everything is racist including gun ownership and crime statistics, explained that advocates of their constitutional right to bear arms have “an old kind of crusty, creepy, worldview.”

Panelist Kurt Bardella, a former Breitbart-writer-turned-beta-male who kisses up to Chelsea Clinton on a daily basis concurred, adding that “evolution” would lead to the reality that “they are going to thankfully die off.”

 

 

 

Think about that for a moment, you bitter clingers with your guns and Bibles. They’re actually and actively hoping you die so that they can continue their gun-control push.

As you can imagine, Second Amendment supporters weren’t all that pleased with Bardella’s juvenile comments.

 

Just to give you an idea what level of intellect we’re dealing with here at MSNBC, the panel also discussed how the word ‘Chicago’ is racist, a dumb argument but not even an original one since Chris Matthews made the ridiculous claim years ago.

“Every time you try to bring up the issue of mass shootings and preventing them, you get the reflexive ‘Chicago.’,” panelist Tiffany Cross claimed. “I think with the Republican Party, Chicago is their euphemism or subtext for ‘black,’ and we should just call that out for what it is.”

In addition to that drivel, Bardella also noted that President Trump and Republicans would somehow be complicit in the next mass shooting, to which Reid responded, “absolutely.”

To summarize, here is MSNBC’s worldview: If you think Chicago is an example of gun restrictions failing the people, you are a racist. If you support the Second Amendment, you are old and crusty. If you are a Republican, you have blood on your hands for any murder committed with a gun.

And on top of all that, they’re cheering and hoping you will die.

Those are the people that expect you to compromise on your constitutional rights. Those are the people they want you to find common cause with.

No, now more than ever, you need the Second Amendment to protect you from these lunatics.

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