Despite the fact that unhinged progressives are appearing more and more bat-crap cray cray by the day as they call for the public harassment of Republican elected officials, they’ve just been doubling-down with the tactic despite it being likely to result in…anything remotely productive.

In fact, considering Republicans are generally the ones who support and practice the concealed carry of firearms and the use of firearms to defend one’s home…it’s probably a really, really bad idea for leftists.

This is what Ben Shapiro gently reminded far-left Think Progress editor, Ian Millhiser, who tweeted out this week the suggestion that Republicans, who are “complicit in destroying our democracy” (PSSSST it’s a constitutional republic, buddy, maybe the people destroying it are those who don’t even understand our political structure?), ought to be bothered in public and even in their homes.

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Yeah, that’s not going to work out so well for ya, Shapiro pointed out:

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NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch, whose home you would most certainly not want to enter without permission, also responded:

Shapiro and Loesch weren’t the only ones to call Millhiser out on his outrageous assertion:

Of course, the responses were not without some well-deserved mockery for Millhiser’s preposterous and self-destructive suggestion:

Yup…I don’t think we have much to worry about, folks.

 

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