Gersch Kuntzman is a devout liberal who made some bold claims about what shooting an AR-15 felt like to him. Of course, after his article published, he had no idea how many gun owners would laugh at his ignorance and low level of masculinity, so he wrote a follow-up article, and it is just as entertaining as he cries about the backlash he’s receiving for claiming an AR-15 gave him PTSD.
When Kuntzman isn’t complaining that the AR-15 gave him temporary PTSD and bruised his shoulder, he’s writing follow-up articles, saying that calling him a “wuss” isn’t necessary. Doubling down on his “scared little mouse” rhetoric, Kuntzman’s newest article is also a humorous look into the crazy mind of a thin-skinned liberal.
Perhaps Kuntzman should consider a different career if he can’t handle criticisms of what he writes. After all, not everyone will agree, but everyone will have an opinion.
The original article that Kuntzman composed contained a paragraph that describes what this timid little snowflake went through while shooting the almost recoil-less AR-15.
“The recoil bruised my shoulder, which can happen if you don’t know what you’re doing. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable,” he wrote.
After the pro-gun community picked up his article and made him famous on social media because of his ludicrous “opinion,” Kuntzman got further offended. He didn’t like being called a “pansy” and a “wuss,” so he wrote another article, claiming that he can’t even express his opinion. Oh no, Kuntzman, go right ahead. You are free to say what you wish, but you are not free from the repercussions or criticisms of your statements. Much like yelling “fire” in a crowded room, Kuntzman is now suffering the consequences of being a vocal liberal snowflake.
Oh no, Kuntzman, go right ahead. Anyone is free to say what they wish, but you are not free from the repercussions or criticisms of your statements. Much like yelling “fire” in a crowded room, Kuntzman is now suffering the consequences of being a vocal liberal snowflake, but he’s adamant in defending his position against critics.
To reiterate, the goal of the story was simply to share with readers my experience of firing an AR-15, which very few of them have done. I found the sheer power of the weapon horrifying. I found the noise deafening and anxiety provoking. I was frightened by its potential for rapid, catastrophic, Orlando-like carnage with similiar weaponry. Using an AR-15 made me irritable and jittery for hours afterwards. To me, it felt like a bazooka.
After then trying desperately to make this a gender issue because of some the names he was called, Kuntzman is being called out by female gun owners too. Perhaps he’s scared of the AR-15 because he’s scared of everything, like most liberals. He needs the government to pat his backside and put him in bed with his blanket at night.
Yes, I’m a wimp. I simpered because my experience with the AR-15 bruised me, body and spirit. But there’s nothing unmanly about reminding my readers that mass murder is much easier to commit with a semi-automatic killing machine than it is with a hammer. If that makes me a girl, well, maybe we should have a girl running the country.
Well, at least he admits he’s a wimp after complaining about being called one in the entire article. Hang it up now, Kuntzman. You’re only making this worse on yourself, and just because you don’t like it, doesn’t mean you should deny others their rights. What are liberals always telling us? If you don’t like an abortion or gay marriage, don’t have one. It’s awful funny they don’t apply the same sentiments to constitutionally protected rights.