Sunday, October 4, 2015

Trump Pretends To Shoot Imaginary Bad Guys As His Response To Recent School Shooting (VIDEO)

Donald Trump acting out violent murder fantasy in front of cheering crowd
At a rally in suburban Nashville on Saturday Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump officially responded to the shooting at Umpqua Community College. In his statement Trump defended the Second Amendment in the aftermath of the shooting that left ten dead (including the gunman) and seven injured.

Immediately Trump made the tragedy about himself because of course he did.

The Donald began by gloating that he possessed a handgun carry permit for New York and that any attacker would be "shocked" if they tried to assault him. Trump then he proceeded to mimic pulling a gun out of a hip holster and firing it at an imaginary attacker. He does this all while smiling, smirking, and making odd noises.

I have a license to carry in NY, can you believe that? Somebody attacks me, they’re gonna be shocked. Can you imagine, somebody sees Trump he's easy pickens... What did you say?... Right, ahhhh boy

Trump then began to reminisce about the 1974 Charles Bronson's film ”Death Wish" in which (Bronson) a vigilante embarks on a mission to gun down the thugs that assaulted his wife and daughter...

"Ahhh, one of the great movies. today you can't make that movie because it's not politically correct, but can you imagine with Trump somebody says ohhh, all the big monsters aren't around he's easy pickings and the 'pisshhing'..."

Watch the imbecilic Trump stroke himself almost to completion as he envisions himself shooting invisible bad guys. Remember he is supposed to be talking about the recently murdered students and gun violence...

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After the unsettling trip down memory lane Trump then encourages the crowd to chant the title of the film in unison…

Death Wish, Death Wish, Death Wish, Death Wish, Death Wish, Death...

After Trumps little violence fantasy he then proceeded to criticized "gun-free zones," saying that the Oregon shootings could have been limited if instructors or students had been armed…

"If you had teachers with guns you would've been a hell of a lot better off,"

While Trump warned that "no matter what you do, you will always have problems," arguing that it doesn't make sense to limit access to firearms...

"It's not the guns. "It's the people, it's these sick people. I'm a very, very big Second Amendment person… This is about self-defense, plain and simple"

After the speech Trump was asked about his referral to the movie to which Trump just smirked and said…

As soon as I mentioned it the place went absolutely wild,"

Trump's positions on gun control have “evolved” over the years. While he now parrots the National Rifle Association talking points, he once backed the ban on assault weapons and longer waiting periods for gun purchases.

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