7 Oct 17
“May the forces of evil become confused on their way to your house.”
“Two of the rifles were outfitted with medium-magnification scopes and two-legged supports, known as bipods, attached to the undersides of the weapons. These additions would have helped Mr Paddock target specific individuals.”
The foregoing is a quotation from a news article about last Sunday’s shooting in Las Vegas.
It is as if Torquemada, “Grand Inquisitor” in 15th Century Spain, has been reincarnated in 2017 to write about “medium-magnification scopes” and “two-legged supports known as bipods,” as if they are creations of the Devil himself!
Breathtaking idiocy displayed by leftist “journalists” is apparently the “new normal.”
American gun owners take note of leftists’’ nonsensical, but deliberate, vilification of bipods, scopes, “bump-stocks, etc.
“Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t.”
Shakespeare’s Hamlet, (Act II, Scene II)
Leftists may appear looney, but never underestimate the rational precision of their detailed plan to utterly destroy the reality of private gun ownership in the USA. Yes, there is “method” in leftists’ madness.
What does it mean?
At this point of the play, Hamlet and Polonius are interacting onstage, but this quotation is technically spoken by Polonius to the audience, in an aside. What Polonius is saying is that, even though Hamlet is talking crazy, it actually makes sense.
“I’m not paranoid, I’m not scared, I’m just a little prepared as I embrace the chaos that is this short ride we get in the universe.”