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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Reality TV “Stars” Mistake Disagreement For Hate

With all the talk of “hate” lately following last week’s election, the propensity for gun control supporters and other liberals to misuse the word seems to be increasing. 

Take fashion model and reality TV “star” Kendall Jenner as an example. In a recent episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Jenner decided to speak out on gun control. And of course, she was immediately warned about all the “haters” she will encounter.

“Gun control’s a very serious thing in America, in the world,” warned Rob Kardashian. “But if you get involved with that type of stuff, you’re definitely gonna get some backlash. There’s a lot of people that have completely different views that are opposite of you. So you’re gonna get a lot of hate.”

In truth, celebrities, media members and other anti-gunners often play the “hate” card when someone is simply disagreeing with their point of view on an issue—because doing so is much easier than having to actually study the facts and form a legitimate opinion. 

Don’t you just “hate” that!