Blaming guns rather than bad people for mass shootings, this genius decided to execute his AR-15 by beheading it, ISIS style. He’s using a chop saw to prevent it from choosing a…
The mental midget in this video, Scott Papalardo, should have never been a gun owner if he thinks, as he claims to, that the gun is to blame for acts committed by the person holding it. He talks about a statement he made to his wife in the aftermath of Sandy Hook.
He says, “I said to my wife, I would gladly give this gun up if it would save the life of just one child.” Of course, the only way giving ups his gun is going to save the life of a child would be if he were a ticking time bomb himself, a future mass shooter. If that’s the case, why not stick the barrel into his mouth and pull the trigger, just to be on the safe side.
Papalardo asks “When do we change? When do we make laws that say a weapon like this isn’t acceptable in today’s society?” We have background checks and mentally unstable people, such as Scott is about to demonstrate that he is, aren’t allowed to own firearms. We don’t need other laws on top of the ones we have, we just need to eliminate the killing field gun-free zones, the very thing he’s in the process of turning his home into.
He seems to have a nice place, secluded and away from police protection. He’s an ideal target now that the bad guys know he’s defenseless. Do you keep a lot of money at home, idiot, or have some nice stuff, maybe a nice looking daughter or two that some illegal aliens would like to get a hold of? You look stupid now but you’ll look a lot worse after a visit from MS-13 or other evil doers where something happens to them and you couldn’t stop it. Maybe he could throw the pieces of his gun at them or use the barrel as a club.
After a few minutes of moronic drivel, Einstein goes to his chop saw and cuts the barrel off of his AR-15. He comes back to the camera and discusses his “personal choice” was taken because, “I can’t live knowing that my gun’s out there and it can one day, possibly, commit a horrific act like the other day in Florida.”
Yeah, maybe that could happen, if his gun made a break for it and escaped from the gun safe, stole his car keys and then drove itself to the local school grounds. It could then sneak into a hallway and wait for the bell to ring before unleashing its terror on the innocents kids.
Tell us, Scott, if the gun committed the act in Florida why is it not being charged along with the subhuman? It’s on trial instead, as are all firearms, in the media, for something for which it is also a casualty. It’s innocent, it was grabbed by an evil individual. The gun is an unwitting victim of the evil act of an evil person.
Scott Papalardo just committed a stupid act of a naive person, who has now put himself and his family at risk while accomplishing absolutely nothing. But he feels better and that’s what counts these days.
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