Musket Morgan: ‘Can buy AR-15s at supermarket’; Happy warriors drub!/piersmorgan/status/281440339661828096

Oh, dear. Piers “Musket” Morgan is at it again. The professional ghoul just can’t stop himself from letting his sanctimonious idiocy show.

Sales of the AR-15 assault rifle used at Sandy Hook are rocketing in America since the massacre – this is SENSELESS. #GunControlNow

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 19, 2012

THIS is an AR-15 rifle, as used in America’s last 3 mass shootings: – you can buy them in supermarkets.

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 19, 2012

Let me repeat: I respect Americans’ rights to have a firearm at home for self-defence under 2nd Amendment, or for sport/hunting… mf

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 19, 2012

What I do NOT respect is anyone’s ‘right’ to buy and use one of these weapons to slaughter innocent schoolchildren:

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 19, 2012

Twitter users immediately take Morgan to task over his claim that one can buy an AR-15 at a supermarket. Thinking, it’s so hard!

I really want to know what supermarket @piersmorgan is shopping at.

— R(@rlwood1) December 19, 2012

@piersmorgan they sell AR-15s at your supermarket?

— William Bender (@wbender99) December 19, 2012

@dloesch @piersmorgan Notice he doesn’t name a supermarket selling AR-15s (mainly because they don’t…)

— Bruce Armstrong (@brucearmstrong1) December 19, 2012

@piersmorgan Piers, you are always about facts. Please, as the other gentleman said, point me at a supermarket that has an AR-15. You can’t.

— The RaZ (@RaZorWriSt) December 19, 2012

@piersmorgan Iv never seen one for sale in any supermarket iv been to. I dont know were you shop but maybe you should try someplace new.

— RedPyroGuy (@AnotherGothGuy) December 19, 2012

@firstteamtommy @piersmorgan Did he happen to drop the name of which supermarket sells AR-15s? I dont think we have that chain in NC.

— Susan Wright (@SueNC) December 19, 2012

The ridiculous thing isn’t that @piersmorgan just said you can buy AR-15s at supermarkets, it’s that his fellow journos will let it slide.

— Tommy (@FirstTeamTommy) December 19, 2012

Of course they will, being fellow ghoulish lapdogs and all. editor and CNN contributor Dana Loesch, however, won’t let it slide. Fight like a girl? You betcha.

@piersmorgan And the term “assault weapon” is a bogus term. There are autos and semis, all weapons, inclu knives and bats, are “assault.”

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

@piersmorgan Actually, the gun used by Lanza was NOT covered as an “assault weapon” by the law:…

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

Loesch has been calling out all the falsities and absurdities being spread by media lapdogs and liberal anti-gun rights zealots.

Nope. Autos are regulated to the point of being banned. I shoot regularly, so unless you do too and are familiar with regs, please don’t.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

I’ve asked more than 14 different progressives who’ve written to define “assault weapon.” All 14 sent me same Googled def. I’m not kidding.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

Let’s not demonstrate willful ignorance with made up PC buzzwords: there are automatic and semi automatic weapons.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

Every weapon, not just a gun, can be an “assault weapon,” a “deadly weapon,” or a “high powered weapon.”

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

The selective outrage and absolute ignorance on firearms and gun laws demonstrated by the media is really offensive.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

@bobbybroad Lanza couldn’t purchase. He stole. Gun law worked. Responsibility at home failed.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

While I disagree w @piersmorgan on this issue I’d still invite him to learn more at my range & for BBQ after as he’s always been kind to me.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 19, 2012

Truth telling with class? Now, that is empowerment. Other happy warriors join in calling Musket Morgan on the carpet.

Well, @dloesch, it seems that @piersmorgan is only familiar with batons and whistles #BatonsAreAssaultWeaponsToo

— Chico (@C_H813) December 19, 2012

@dloesch Gun that nearly killed Pres Reagan was a revolver, not even a semi-auto.Like Michael Reagan says, you can’t stop the crazies.

— Jerry Lukens (@jerrylukens) December 19, 2012

@piersmorgan How many guns shld a person b allowed to have? What kinds? Who decides? and most importantly, HOW WILL THE BANS PROTECT US?

— Erin Haust (@erinhaust) December 19, 2012

Piers can’t answer you. Amendment thingies are hard.

Re-re-re-confirmed: @piersmorgan is a meagre, pampered, irrational Statist demagogue:…

— Adam Baldwin (@adamsbaldwin) December 19, 2012

dear @piersmorgan: real q: what exactly do you think the 2nd Amnd protects? That is the debate. Saying you respect it is meaningless

— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) December 19, 2012

Try to count the number of strawmen @piersmorgan destroyed in this tweet.

— RB (D) (@RBPundit) December 19, 2012

Musket’s windmill-tilting is bordering on comedy.

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) December 19, 2012

Oh, Musket. MT @piersmorgan: Removing deadly assault weapons from America’s streets is NOT a political issue.

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) December 19, 2012

.@piersmorgan is a poor excuse for a journalist. Which means he’s perfect for CNN.

— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 19, 2012

.@piersmorgan where is your passion for Brian Terry?

— Sean Hannity’s Hair (@SHannitysHair) December 19, 2012

I’m accusing you of being a poor debater with weak arguments, @piersmorgan. Don’t they teach debate in British schools?

— Matthew Hurtt (@matthewhurtt) December 19, 2012

@dloesch @piersmorgan He’s not just wrong, he’s a lousy debater. He does a disservice to his own side. Name-calling is WEAK.

— Matt Hanson (@majahanson311) December 19, 2012

@dloesch @piersmorgan Gun control laws that advance leftie agendas but don’t really solve the problem of the criminal are useless.

— Linda Po (@Opadnil) December 19, 2012

@dloesch @piersmorgan Makes no sense to punish innocent gun owners who have never&would never kill anyone, & it doesn’t address real issue.

— Linda Po (@Opadnil) December 19, 2012

Addressing real issues is too difficult. It’s much easier to toss around nonsense and pretentiously lecture with straw men, right Piers?

We wonder if Piers will take eighteen hours to craft his responses to Ms. Loesch.

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