‘Holy Moses!’ Dan Bongino can’t believe Dianne Feinstein’s ‘actual tweet’ on guns

The best part about being a California Democrat? You can get elected even if you have no idea what you’re talking about.

Former Secret Service agent and right-wing personality Dan Bongino expressed incredulity at a pro-gun control tweet by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), in which the lawmaker seemingly mistook a humorous innuendo-laced gun picture for a photo of an actual firearm.

Bongino reacted to the senator’s tweet by writing “Holy moses, this is an actual tweet.”


The conservative followed it up by arguing Americans do not take “liberals seriously on firearms issues.”


He further mocked Feinstein with a retweet of Ricochet editor-in-chief Jon Gabriel.

The tweets came as Americans debate gun ownership after the mass shooting at Parkland, Fla.’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in which 14 students and 3 teachers were killed by a rifle-wielding gunman.

Feinstein’s gaffe echoed a similar misstep by Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Fla.) on Thursday. The lawmaker insisted that the solution to stopping gun violence is banning non-existent “high capacity, rapid-fire magazines.”

Feinstein was brutally ridiculed for her mistake.


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