Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)

Senator Ted Cruz speaks at the George H.W. Bush Commemorative Center in Midland, Texas for a campaign stop Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Cruz is on his bus tour campaigning before the mid-term elections. (Mark Rogers/Odessa American via AP)

In the aftermath of the horrific random mass shooting Saturday in Midland and Odessa, TX that left 7 dead and 22 injured, leftists and media types once again renewed their calls for stricter gun control.

They also attempted to ridicule the state of Texas over new laws that went into effect the day after the shooting that expanded gun rights for residents.

In the midst of Democrats demanding more gun control and scolding Republicans over their expressions of thoughts and prayers, Texas State Rep. Matt Schaefer (R) took to the Twitter machine to talk about what he was “NOT going to do” in response to what happened Saturday:

Naturally, left-wing hacktivists like actress Alyssa Milano were outraged, and asked where exactly the right to own a gun was listed in the Bible.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) stepped up to the plate to calmly and helpfully explain in a series of tweets:





Cruz’s last tweet was in reference to 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, who has made gun confiscation central to his gun control platform.

Milano’s knee-jerk reaction to Cruz’s serious answers to her question was to deride them as “bullsh*t.” She also suggested they meet the next time she was in DC so she could broadcast it live for the world to see. Because narcissistic virtue signaling in front of the cameras and while being surrounded by make-up artists is the only form of “activism” Milano knows how to do:

Cruz’s 10 tweet explainer was, of course, much better than Milano’s warped distortion of Biblical scripture to justify her support of abortion on demand back in April:

Bless her heart.

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