Kesha: “We can control who we give ‘f—ing weapons to”

Low-lifes like Kesha feel that they really make the point when they start talking with their potty mouths. And so she began.

“You can’t control every single person and know how they’re going to deal with things and know if they’re going to pick up a weapon — you don’t know that,” she continued. “But what we can control is who we give the f—ing weapons to.”

The crowd cheered loudly.

“I think the universe is screaming at us that there needs to be a change, and we have to f—ing listen,” Kesha said, adding that she hoped that “love could heal us” before launching into a song called “Dirty Love.”

Former Rep. Gabby Giffords (D-Ariz.) also attended the concert, so it turns out it was not just teenage boys entranced by the filthy mouthed non-talent.

“Stopping gun violence takes courage,” Giffords said. “The courage to do what’s right, the courage of new ideas.”

Giffords husband Mark Kelly also spoke, stating that every year 33,000 people die from gun violence in the United States. He forgot to mention that over half that total is from suicides, and a vast majority of the remaining 16,000 or so deaths are related to gang and drug violence, mostly committed with stolen weapons. He also did not mention that the ultimate goal for Democrats is total gun confiscation from the lawful, peaceful gun owners in the United States. He capped his remarks by saying:

“We have smart people in our country that can solve some very difficult problems — shit, we sent people to the moon in the 1960s — we can fix this.”

So it turns out that not just immature, snotty girl rap singers have a hard time using language that is suited for polite company. That is representative of the Democrat party, and it should also be pointed out that both Giffords and Kelly are gun owners, and Kesha certainly has an armed security detail protecting her. So when these hypocrite politicians and celebrities say that we need to eliminate guns, what they really mean is that you should not have a gun. No peons, just important people like them should have guns.

The whole nonsensical argument makes me a little sick to my stomach, kind of like what happens when listening to Kesha try to sing.




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