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If anyone ever tries to tell you that there isn’t discrimination against gun owners in the United States, send them on over to Twitter for  a sampling of the goods.

Like, this gem directed at a conservative Parkland shooting survivor and Senator Orrin Hatch:

 

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There’s also this tweet aimed at National Rifle Association Spokeswoman Dana Loesch:

 

The latest target of the rage of the radical left has been Loesch’s employer, the NRA, who’ve been attacked not only ad nauseam in the mainstream media, but have also taken a number of licks from more local avenues.

One such exaggerated gesture came to us in the form of a billboard in Kentucky that read “The NRA is A Terrorist Organization”.

And now, as if the gun owners of America were already unequivocally oppressed by the media and the left’s court of public opinion, businesses are doing their part to make Second Amendment supporters into second class citizens.

“Atlanta-based lending service will not fund businesses that manufacture ‘assault style’ firearms or ones that sell guns and ammo to buyers under 21.

“With Monday’s statement, Kabbage Inc joined a growing list of financial companies to take a stand following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead and 15 injured.

“’The technology community must work to prevent these horrifying and heartbreaking events from robbing our children of their futures,’ the company said, adding the company will donate up to $350,000 to victims and to gun violence prevention charities.”

With a name like Kabbage, we’re not so sure that this isn’t just some fly-by-night banking service birthed in the dorm room of a couple of stoners taking level 2 economics classes at the local CC.  This sort of “get behind a cause”, faux-viral marketing scam only seems to hatch within the incubators of the millennial hivemind.

 

 

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