Skip to comments.New Video Game Allows Players to Murder NRA President
Posted on 01/15/2013 9:48:08 AM PST by illiac
A new online video game is taking political discourse to a whole new level. We already reported the death threats being received by NRA executives and now, a video game which allows users to shoot NRA President David Keene in the head, has been released. The creator of the game identified as gizmo01942 Ediot says, "Share this everywhere, especially gun-nut and anti-game websites. Also see if you can't send it in to the NRA somehow, like through the feedback on their website or something." Gizmo also provides screen shots to viewers, which can be seen below.
The game is available for download and comes in the form of a zip file. During a press conference in December, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre berated the video game industry for their use of violence saying, "Isnt fantasizing about killing people all day really the filthiest form of pornography?
This video game seems to be retaliation for the NRA's violent video game stance.
WARNING: Graphic content.
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Is there an Obama add-on?
None the less, it will be very interesting for the rest of us to see what it looks like when it finds you.
Is there any other kind?
I would’ve assumed this demented punk was just a raging gamer upset by LaPierre’s comments, were it not for his use of the term ‘gun nuts’. Dead giveaway.
They play ‘games’, some soon will play for real......
It gets worse, this game will make you shout at 14 year olds for hours, and then savor steak and mashed potatoes prior to signing up to FR and posting trollish drivel.
So a bunch of “gamers’ think they’re Navy Seals because they play Black Ops on XBOX?
Wow, these arm-chair ‘soldiers’ sure are bad-asses (puke + sarc tag)
The Idiocracy in full swing...
Not only sick, but they demonstrate that they’re truly insane. They rail against evil guns and then exhort folks to use them to commit murder against those who disagree with them. At the same time, we’re supposed to trust them for exercising “sound judgement”. The bigger the lie...