Pro-gun blogger shoots up New York Times editorial on gun control

This is what I think of the New York Times editorial today. The United States suffered its worst terrorist attacks since September 11 and the New York Times' response is that all law-abiding citizens need their guns taken away. Screw them. The New York Times wants you to be sitting ducks for a bunch of arms jihadists who the New York Times thinks no doubt got that way because of the United States. It should be striking to every American citizen that the New York Times believes the nation should have unfettered abortion rights, a right not made explicit in the Constitution, but can have the Second Amendment right curtailed at will though it is explicitly in the Constitution. Again, we have suffered the worst terrorist attack in more than a decade and the New York Times believes now we must have our rights taken away as a response to terrorism. I hope everyone will join me in posting pictures of bulletholes in the New York Times editorial. Send them your response. Use the hashtag for my radio show and I may give you a shoutout. #EERS #glock #pewpew #2A #guns @shotspotguns

A photo posted by Erick Erickson (@ewerickson) on

Editor-in-chief of the self-described conservative blog RedState, Erick Erickson, left a lasting and not-so-subtle impression on his thoughts of a New York Times editorial Saturday.

An image posted to Instagram and Twitter shows a bullet hole-riddled copy of the paper.

“This is what I think of the New York Times editorial today,” Erickson explained in the post. “The United States suffered its worst terrorist attacks since September 11 and the New York Times’ response is that all law-abiding citizens need their guns taken away. Screw them.”

Erickson’s some 140,000 social media followers were quick to applaud his actions and ideas.

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