Twitter is bound to get every politician in trouble at some point or another.
But some just don’t learn.
And this major Democrat candidate confused millions of Americans with just a single tweet.
Virginia certainly has no shortage of politicians who don’t seem to have their heads screwed on all the way.
Whether it’s current Democrat Governor Ralph Northam in pictures appearing in blackface plastered all over the Internet or former Governor Bob McDonell being indicted for taking $100,000 in gifts and loans to turn state employees into test subjects for a diet pill . . .
. . . something attracts weirdos to the Old Dominion’s highest Executive Office.
And with Ralph Northam out the door this fall, the upcoming Democrat and Republican candidates are no exception this time around.
Just about everyone from Virginia – or even remotely interested in politics – knows that the Democrat candidate for Virginia’s Governor’s office, Terry McAuliffe, is certainly not the brightest bulb of the bunch.
He certainly didn’t do himself any favors to change that narrative when he recently tweeted out saying “Call me crazy, but I think it should be easier to vote than it should be to buy a gun.”
Call me crazy, but I think it should be easier to vote than it should be to buy a gun.
— Terry McAuliffe (@TerryMcAuliffe) July 6, 2021
Of course, immediately Twitter took to the thread to remind him that it is in fact easier to vote than it is to buy a gun.
Call me crazy, but I think it is!
— Amanduhhhh (@AKBfromRVA) July 6, 2021
What do you have to do to purchase a gun in the United States?
Find a licensed gun shop, pay for and submit yourself to an unnecessary “background check” that can take hours to see if the government is okay with you having ownership over that gun.
And the next time you purchase another gun, you have to go through that same background check process all over again.
With a number of guns you even have to submit yourself to a year’s worth of bureaucracy, paperwork, and a $200 tax stamp to purchase.
In 2020, millions upon millions of Americans received and submitted voter ballots without even asking for one in the first place.
In fact, there were a number of instances of people receiving ballots under the name of a former homeowner.
What did those people have to do to submit a ballot? Well, walk to their mailbox.
Someone from McAuliffe’s team should probably just go ahead and take his Twitter privileges away.
Seriously . . . does anyone know why on earth he tweeted this picture back in 2019? Anyone?
— Terry McAuliffe (@TerryMcAuliffe) April 11, 2019
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