Michael Moore, a card-carrying puppet for the government’s gun grabbing agenda, apparently doesn’t know that much about guns and bullets (except that he wants them banned, that is).
In his continued anti-gun rant following the Orlando shooting, Moore claimed that AR-15 ammo is actually banned by the Geneva Convention because… it spins around and explodes in the body.
Ammo used in AR-15/M-16 is banned by Geneva Convention. It enters the body, spins & explodes. Show the crime scene photos & the NRA is over.
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) June 15, 2016
This is… just not even remotely true in any way, and it would seem lots of people (who aren’t Michael Moore) literally know it.
@MMFlint so, literally none of that is true
— Scott Carrier (@carrierscott) June 15, 2016
— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) June 15, 2016
This is a ridiculous lie and you know it, you insufferable buffoon. 5.56×45mm NATO aren’t magic explosive bullets.@MMFlint
— Lorkhan (@thedoomdrum) June 15, 2016
That’ll do… these responses go on all day. Well, just one more.
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