Rolling Stone Magazine (the web version, at least) is on a full-court press against the 2nd Amendment. They are currently running several anti-gun articles, among them this little gem.
To save you the agony of actually clicking the link and watching the amazingly in-depth Rolling Stone slide show, the article is titled “The 5 Most Dangerous Guns in America.”
These dangerous weapons are (in order):
That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, the 5 most dangerous guns in America happen to be the 5 types of guns available for purchase in America.
It’s also notable that three of the categories are rather redundant – “Pistols” is a catch-all for handguns, but revolvers and derringer also happen to be pistols…so really, it’s the 3 most dangerous gun types in America.
The categories are so extremely broad as to be absolutely ridiculous.
But in the tradition of the Rolling Stone, here are the 5 most popular restaurants in America:
- Fast Food
- Burger Joints
That really is how ridiculous it is.
To make it more laughable, the narrative accompanying each entry is poorly written tripe, obviously thrown together by someone who has no idea what she’s writing about.
For example, “Popular among handgun-owners, pistols are defined by their built-in barrel and short stock.” Whether they are semi-automatic, revolvers, or single-shot, all pistols are handguns, so it stands to reason that pistols would be somewhat popular among handgun owners.
And if your pistol has a “short stock,” you should definitely get rid of it, or you’ll end up having some rather difficult conversations with your local ATF branch as to why you are in possession of a short-barreled rifle.
This is the kind of ridiculousness coming from the anti-gun Left today. They have to make stuff up, or they would have no argument at all – like how “Everytown” was caught lying about the number of school shootings in America.
And with that, I leave you with this list of the five most popular tourist spots in Las Vegas:
- Blackjack tables
- Slot Machines