When Everyone’s A Terrorist…

SCENE: Mitch Berg is walking through the Midway. He rounds a blind corner, and nearly runs into Avery LIBRELLE.


BERG: Oh, gooooouuuuuuuaaaaaaahhhey, Avery. How you doing?

LIBRELLE: Fine. Just one my way to the Midway Walmart to buy handgun ammunition.

BERG: Hey, Avery – remember when you proposed using the government’s “terrorism watch list” to keep people from owning guns?

LIBRELLE: I must have.

BERG: You did. And do you remember your response?


BERG: You said I, and gun owners, were being “paranoid”.

LIBRELLE: You are.

BERG: Not so much:

The [San Francisco] board of supervisors passed a resolution on Tuesday officially labeling the gun rights’ group a domestic terrorist organization.
District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani, whose district includes the Marina and Presidio, wrote the declaration stating that the NRA “spreads propaganda that misinforms and aims to deceive the public about the dangers of gun violence.”
It said the NRA “musters its considerable wealth and organizational strength to promote gun ownership and incite gun owners to acts of violence.”
“All countries have violent and hateful people, but only in America do we give them ready access to assault weapons and large-capacity magazines thanks, in large part, to the National Rifle Association’s influence,” the declaration read.


BERG: In other words, you people label everyone you disagree with “Terrorists”.

LIBRELLE: Well, if the San Francisco City Council says so. It’s science, after all.

BERG: Of course. Hey, Avery?


BERG: I’m an NRA member.

LIBRELLE: [Turns and runs in a wild-eyed panic]

BERG: [Whispers to self]Well, thanks for that, anyway, San Francisco…


14 thoughts on “When Everyone’s A Terrorist…

  1. The ghost of John C Calhoun is smiling beneficently upon the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for keeping his political theory of Concurrent Majority alive and flourishing in the 21st century. VP Calhoun is rapidly becoming one of the most directly influential political theorists of the Democrat Party.

  2. SF is, quite literally a sh*thole. A stinking sh*thole filled to the brim with reprobates and degenerates of the very worst sort. Honestly, I sincerely wonder why they have not declared the Stars and Stripes a hate symbol yet.

    After the dust settles from CWII, helicopters won’t be ferrying California reprobates out to the ocean; too many, too slow. Better to detonate the Big One deep in the San Andreas fault and let nature do our work.

  3. You’re right, Mac.

    And the Ordinance of Nullification was a clear indication that succession was coming.

    Leftist states have put a new spin on the “concurrent majority” theory, though. They believe in state’s rights for leftist states, ergo they will support abortion on demand after RvW is reversed; they claim the right to nullify our immigration laws; they believe that the Freedom of Speech has a lot more restrictions than yelling fire, and are implementing a de facto revision of the 1st amendment in leftist controlled areas.

    But they are all for a strong national government when it comes to the 2nd and 10th and 14th amendments. And they want to nullify the Electoral College in favor of the national popular vote.

    In other words, they support replacing our Constitutional Federal Republic with a tyrannical leftist dictatorship. Lot of people believe the right will light the fuse of our next internal conflict, and I can see where a lot of people who are not as terrified of firearms as I am might resist the confiscation, or mandatory “buy back” of them, but I firmly believe it will come from the left…maybe as soon as when Trump names Amy Conet Barrett to the SCOTUS.

  4. Leftist states have put a new spin on the “concurrent majority” theory, though.

    Yes they have married the 19th c notion of sovereignty (State) with Mao’s implementation of Marxist collectivism giving us a post-modern sovereign collective which exactly describes the San Francisco Board of Supervisors or any city, county, university, or corporation that chooses to nullify state and Federal laws. Too bad they can’t publicly acknowledge their debt to VP Calhoun.

  5. oo bad they can’t publicly acknowledge their debt to VP Calhoun.

    All they have to do is change his name to VP Bde Maka Ska, and they’d be golden.

  6. tbh, I don’t mind Minneapolis changing the name of Lake Calhoun to an unpronounceable alphabet soup. They are not worthy of using Calhoun’s name.

  7. swiftee
    right on the money – in 2012 when Chicago passed the Welcoming City Ordinance beginning the Sanctuary City (Federal Immigration Law Nullification) movement they established the same dynamic framework that the 1832 Ordinance of Nullification created. I find it depressing that so many conservatives don’t see the parallel.

  8. Regarding Chicago’s nullification, having grown up an hour from the Loop, it baffles me that the board of aldermen decided that they needed more criminals there. It’s not like they were lacking, after all, and it’s not like the city isn’t surrounded by suburbs inhabited by people who would love to live closer to work, but don’t dare live in the city.

  9. And new presidential candidates are openly calling for gun buybacks/confiscation. If only someone who might actually get the nomination would do it now…

  10. LIBRELLE: Fine. Just one my way to the Midway Walmart to buy handgun ammunition.

    Beware, my friend: Trying to emulate the Babylon Bee is a daunting task….

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