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New Video Game Allows Players to Murder NRA President

GodsLaws Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 10:30 AM
According to the Holy Secular Church of Washington DC, video games such as this are a Constitutionally protected exercise of 1st Amendment Rights, but a football coach engaging in a voluntary prayer at the beginning of a High School game is a violation of the 1st Amendment Rights of Atheists. Advocating (and practicing to commit) murder is protected; harmless moment, expressing unity with a philosophy of brotherly love and human kindness is forbidden. And then there is a woman's right to "control her own body" by brutally slaughtering her unborn child... Leftist Constitutionalism -- destroying rights with baseless Constitutional arguments since 1913.

A new online video game is taking political discourse to a whole new level. We already reported the death threats being received by NRA executives and now, a video game which allows users to shoot NRA President David Keene in the head, has been released. The creator of the game identified as gizmo01942 Ediot says, "Share this everywhere, especially gun-nut and anti-game websites. Also see if you can't send it in to the NRA somehow, like through the feedback on their website or something." Gizmo also provides screen shots to viewers, which can be seen below.