Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Brady Campaign Uses Suspected Terrorist as Spokesman

With the Brady Campaign's new campaign for anyone to talk to them (and blocking those who try to), they've gathered together a handy list of B-list celebrities and suspected terrorist to promote their anti-gun agenda.

Terrorists?  Really?  Yep, by their own definition.
Congress must pass the bill to close the Terror Gap to stop known or suspected terrorists from buying guns.
 We've talked about those bills stripping people of their rights based on secret gov't watchlists.  At least one of their spokes-idiots, Mark Ruffalo*, is on said lists.

 Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo has been placed on a terror watch list by U.S. officials after organizing screenings for a new documentary about natural gas drilling.
So again, the Brady Campaign is using suspected terrorists to promote their unconstitutional agenda not that this is a unique experience.

H/T to War on Guns.

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*Ruffalo is an Anti because his brother offed himself playing Russian Roulette in Brady #1/A rated California so obviously we need more laws. 


John Richardson said...

When I first saw the picture I thought it was Vincent D'Onfrio from Full Metal Jacket and Law & Order. I thought - Private "Gomer Pyle" who killed the drill sergeant and then himself.

It's just as bad with Mark Ruffalo.

Weer'd Beard said...

Whenever these new Totalitarian bills a rolled out by "Progressives" I always ask "Would you feel so good about this is Bush was enforcing it?"

Of course now its simply a question of "You Don't realize that President Obama IS George W. Bush?"

Anonymous said...

Much as I despise this man, putting him on a terror watch list just for advocating a position on natural gas drilling, however wrong THAT may be, is a bit scary. No different IMHO than the story of that poor slob who's now trapped in Hawaii because he advocated publicly against the NDAA. Stalinism is alive and well in the USA.

Chas said...

Tough talk from a defunct and impotent organization. It's all they have left.