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Look at This Virtue Signaling

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Veteran News
March 21, 2019
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As I sat down to examine the news today, the first thing that popped up on my feed is what you see in the photo above. Virtue signaling out the ass. For those of you who don't know what virtue signaling is, this is the definition verbatim "the action or practice of publicly expressing opinions or sentiments intended to demonstrate one's good character or the moral correctness of one's position on a particular issue." Apparently, telling everyone how bad guns are warrants not one, but two top headlines in my news feed. I didn't click on the CNN or BBC links, but I'm going to bet a beer or two that despite the innocent headlines, there is some sort of elitist "NoBoDy NeEdS tHeSe TyPeS oF wEaPoNs" eye cancer sprinkled somewhere amongst the drivel.I'm going to make several bold assumptions here that I feel pretty cool with making. I know the rules, don't assume because when I assume I make an ass out of "u and me". But I feel relatively confident in these assumptions.None of the people writing those articles have ever been in a situation where their life depended on a firearm. If they have, it was probably someone else's firearm they depended on and not theirs. I'm assuming they either don't have one, or they won't carry and if they do carry, they probably do the Israeli carry...which is dumb. If you don't have one in the pipe you've already lost the gunfight.Since I've made these assumptions and I feel relatively confident in them, I'm going to say the following.I'll be taking advice on firearm ownership from non-firearm owners when protein farts stop being the smelliest farts ever.In better news, Missouri decided that they'd go the complete opposite direction by giving tax incentives to citizens for buying an AR-15. Nice.

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