This video was released about a year ago and , it proves how gormless that most liberals are. Even Main media outlets consistently prove they are lacking knowledge on firearms and firearm nomenclature. Much less the Second Amendment ! Prime examples are in this video clip. Some of you will laugh at this video ! keep this in mind ! These people are easily swayed by the media or politicians. They believe in the sugar coated crap pill of propaganda that is feed to them. Most will vote , that in itself is a scary thought !
It is possible that a government can or, cause citizens rights to be trampled on. For example, implementing more and more restrictions upon the rights of its citizens. That goes for all the rights , for instance freedom speech and press. Come to think of it, without the Bill of Rights I would not be able to share this little bit of freedom that we enjoy..........
Word of the Day : March 1, 2019
chiefly British : lacking intelligence : stupid.
Did You Know ?
Gormless began life as the English dialect word gaumless, which was altered to the modern spelling when it expanded into wider use in the late 19th century. The origins of gaumless are easy to understand; the word derives from a combination of the dialect noun gaum, meaning "attention" or "understanding," and the suffix -less. This gaum has a related verb, also limited to dialect use, meaning "to pay attention to" and "to understand." Perhaps surprisingly, the four-letter gaum has multiple additional dialectal uses that are etymologically unrelated to these. Also noun-and-verb pairs, gaum means "a sticky or greasy mess" and "to smudge or smear especially with something sticky or greasy," as well as "a stupid doltish person" and "to behave in a stupid or awkward manner." Use of all of these pales in comparison to that of gormless, however, which is most frequently seen in British English.
"It would be difficult to think of many things more gormless than driving a car while blindfolded…." — Fergus Kelly, The Express, 16 Jan. 2019.
"On screen, Laurel played gormless underling to Hardy's finicky little king. Off screen, though, the roles were reversed. Laurel co-directed the pictures and devised the bulk of the gags." — Xan Brooks, The Guardian, 4 Jan. 2019.