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"Unapologetically American" Green Beret Explains "Why We Need Guns"

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Almost 40,000 people have "liked" an Instagram post by UFC Middleweight Tim Kennedy.


The Green Beret, who is "just unapologetically America" had a message - in words and images - that many Americans should pay attention to...

This is why we need guns.

Ask Hitler, Castro, Mao Tse-Tung, Stalin, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, or the countless others... if gun control worked for them.


Our forefathers did not have a glimpse into the future to know that the Second Amendment would have to protect the weapons we have today.


But they did know that governments will always be overreaching.

They wrote that beautiful constitution with the intent of limiting that power. We don’t need guns for hunting we need them for freedom.


Until you have been in a tyrannical, socialists, or anarchist country where violence and genocide can become the norm you can’t understand why we need guns.

#guncontrol #gunreformnow

Food for thought...

Interestingly, the terminally-offended were up in arms once again this weekend due to former NFL kicker Jay Feely's comedic tweet...

Wishing my beautiful daughter and her date a great time at prom #BadBoys pic.twitter.com/T5JRZQYq9e

— Jay Feely (@jayfeely) April 22, 2018

Which prompted much tweet-steria...

How is this responsible gun ownership? When did guns become a vehicle for twisted humor? What in the hell is wrong with this guy? https://t.co/aV7Eyk8Der

— Tracy (@TracyFootworks) April 22, 2018

And sadly, Feely felt the need to apologize...

The prom picture I posted was obviously intended to be a joke. My Daughter has dated her boyfriend for over a year and they knew I was joking.
I take gun safety seriously (the gun was not loaded and had no clip in) and I did not intend to be insensitive to that important issue

— Jay Feely (@jayfeely) April 22, 2018
Despite plenty of support...

To everyone getting "offended" from the Jay Feely gun prom photo, this is a dumb dad joke that's been around for decades. It was even a meme years ago and a joke in 'Bad Boys 2.' Enough with your faux outrage and stop making everything into a stupid political debate... pic.twitter.com/YD8nGrJ1n7

— Paul Sacca (@Paul_Sacca) April 22, 2018

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