“Media Offers Thoughts And Prayers That Someone Would Start Some Violence At Gun Rights Rally”


Reporters expressed their grief and condolences as the violence they hyped has so far failed to materialize.

“Nobody has so much as fired a shot. This is an unbelievable tragedy,” said one teary-eyed MSNBC reporter, clearly caught up in the anguish of the moment. “It’s tragic that we live in a country where reporters who are just minding their own business trying to push a narrative can have everything ripped away from them in an instant when protesters refuse to shoot at people.”

It really is remarkable – the newsies spent all last week hyping this annual-though-currently-topical rally as the second coming of the KKK. Some feds even busted a couple of race baiters on cue just to give the thing some gravitas. And then the ungrateful gun-hugging hayseeds just show up, wave signs, listen to speeches and go home without shooting anybody. Sheesh – this must be a dark day at MSNBC, CNN, NPR et al…

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5 Responses to “Media Offers Thoughts And Prayers That Someone Would Start Some Violence At Gun Rights Rally”

  1. William Conrad says:

    And they cleaned up after.

  2. Paul B says:

    It is a mess of the first degree all the way around. Too bad gun owners are not the raving lunatics they are portrayed to be.

  3. Beans says:

    And all the pro-2A gun-fuds, who were screaming about how this was going to end up proving what the leftists were saying, have yet to apologize for adding to the tension, rather than adding to the support.

  4. Mike says:

    🤣 I always liked the satire in the babylon bee. Great post.

  5. Mike Sterland says:

    The media over here in England were hyping up the inevitability of violence for days before the event.

    Then, crickets…

To the stake with the heretic!