MSNBC – ‘It’s Just Common Sense Legislation- Ban Pressure Cookers Now’

by on 16/04/13 at 3:27 pm

MSNBC a cable news channel for Libtards and a accuracy rate of about 7%, called for stringent government regulation of pressure cooker sales and the immedaite registration of all pressure cookers over 4 liter capacity.

MSNBC a cable news channel for Libtards and a accuracy rate of about 7%, called for stringent government regulation of pressure cooker sales and the immediate registration of all pressure cookers over 4 liter capacity.

Boston, MA – (SatireWorld.com)

The two bombs that killed three people and injured at least 176 at the Boston Marathon on Monday were made from six-liter pressure cookers crammed with shards of metal, nails and ball bearings and stashed in black backpacks, police sources revealed today.

MSNBC struck out against this type of domestic terrorism by demanding the US Congress ban all future sales of pressure cookers over 4 liter capacity and require a universal background check of all future buyers. Chris Matthews also demanded the government require registration requirements for all existing pressure cookers in civilian hands, and add strict penalties for anyone caught carrying a concealed pressure cooker.

According to MSNBC host Chris Matthews, “Only a right-wing terrorist would use a pressure cooker to fix a meal. Ban them now!”

He also claimed Congress should ban the sale of pressure cookers on QVC a popular TV kitchen gadget show on television where people can buy ‘weapons of mass destruction’ like pressure cookers and knives without a background check.

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., noted today that al-Qaeda’s magazine, Inspire, gave instructions on how to make the pressure cooker bombs used in the attack on the Boston Marathon yesterday.

“My understanding is that those pressure cooker-type bombs were described years ago in Inspire, the al-Qaeda magazine,” King, chairman of the House Homeland Security subcommittee, told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchel.

Michael Moore, perennial fat man and Libtard big mouth, defended his use of his own 7 gallon capacity pressure cooker, but did add how it was easy to buy. “I just purchased it at a yard sale. It was used of course, but I didn’t have to fill out any forms or background checks and took it home immediately. See how easy it is for anyone to buy one?”



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