Rolling Stone fully embarrasses itself in ‘most dangerous guns’ article: ‘I can’t stop laughing’


Nothing gets by those sharpies at Rolling Stone.

The once-venerable publication continues its slide into self-parody with its latest issue: a multi-pronged jihad against Second Amendment rights that includes a slideshow reporting the “5 most dangerous guns in America.”

The magazines shocking results?

The “most dangerous guns in America” are, in order …..

Pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns and Derringers.

In a word: Guns.

The piece is being greeted by high-powered mockery, to say the least.

Some theorized that the magazine had to be faking it, apparently thinking no one could be this stupid.

That would be charitable, but probably not true. The oh-so-serious tone of the accompanying text — “Due to a combination of availability, portability and criminal usage the following five types of guns are the country’s most dangerous” — makes it pretty clear the limp-wrist lefties who now staff the magazine built that once employed renowned gun-guy Hunter S. Thompson think this is actually news.

To normal people, it’s comedy fodder.

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So what could those sly hipsters have coming at us next?

This one about sums it up for sheer idiocy:

H/T: The Blaze; Twitchy


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