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Brutal: How Dana Loesch Took Soy Boy Beto O'Rourke To The Woodshed Over AR-15 Outburst

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Conservative commentator and former spokesperson for the National Rifle Association Dana Loesch took soy boy Robert Francis O’Rourke to the woodshed for pushing gun confiscation. The Texas Democrat said last night that he’s willing to take away people’s guns, specifically the guns liberals find scary. Leah wrote about it earlier this morning


ABC’s David Muir asked O’Rourke if he stood by his proposal for a mandatory buyback program, noting that many were equating it to gun confiscation.

“I am,” he replied, “if it's a weapon that was designed to kill people on a battlefield... If the high impact, high velocity round, when it hits your body, shreds everything inside of your body, because it was designed to do that, so that you would bleed to death on a battlefield and not be able to get up and kill one of our soldiers.”


Loesch took to Twitter to shred Beto, who appears to think that AR-15s with grenade launchers are readily available for civilian ownership. They’re not. They’re heavily regulated by the National Firearms Act. This is a throwback to when USA Today thought you could put a chainsaw bayonet on a rifle. Some things never change and the anti-gun Left’s ignorance remains appalling.

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