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Oh Dear! Anti-Gun Group Makes Embarrassing Social Media Mistake, Doesn’t Delete The Photo David Hookstead

The anti-gun group Giffords wants to ban bump stocks, but doesn’t appear to know what one looks like.

The Supreme Court struck down a Trump era ban on bump stocks that was enacted by the ATF following the 2017 Route 91 Harvest music festival massacre in Las Vegas.

The court determined, correctly, that the ATF doesn’t have the authority to just make up or alter definitions of firearms in order to ban items.

For those of you who don’t know, a bump stock works by using the natural recoil of the weapon to push the trigger back into the finger to fire again. It’s still semi-automatic, which is why the court ruled against the ATF.

Gun control group cooked for dumb tweet about bump stocks.

Now, Giffords – founded by shooting survivor Gabby Giffords, wants the cheap pieces of plastic banned, once again, but didn’t bother looking up what a bump stock looks like.

The gun control group shared a photo on X of a regular telescopic stock demanding people sign a petition to urge congress to ban them.

Naturally, people weren’t exactly eager to let this little mistake go unnoticed. People had plenty to say, and dragged Giffords for the mistake, leaving it up and turning off the comments.

As I’ve said before, there might not be a dumber and more ignorant collective group of people in America than the anti-gun crowd.

They literally don’t even know what they want to ban. How do you not know what you’re trying to ban? These are the same people who think an AR-15 is some kind of ultra-powerful rifle, when in reality, common 5.56 ammo fires a 62 grain bullet.

Yet, here we are with Giffords talking about something they don’t know anything about, and the organization wants us to take it seriously.

What do you think of Giffords making the dumb mistake and leaving it up? Let me know at

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