Hollywood Anti-Gun Hypocrite Bette Midler: ‘Come Armed’ to NRA Convention Protest

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Actress Bette Midler on Wednesday fired up her Twitter machine and encouraged her fellow gun-grabbers to not only show up to protest at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston, this weekend — but also to “come armed.” No, really.

In response to a tweet from some random person that “PEOPLE SHOULD SHOW UP AND PROTEST AT THIS CONFERENCE” — yes, the original tweet was in all caps — Midler tweeted:

AT THE GEORGE R BROWN CONVENTION CENTER IN HOUSTON TEXAS, THIS WEEKEND. Come armed.

No doubt oblivious to the ironic hypocrisy.

While the NRA said convention attendees will be allowed to carry guns, as reported by The Blaze, they will not be allowed to carry inside the General Assembly Hall for Friday’s Leadership Forum, when President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak – and that’s due to Secret Service regulations that have nothing to do with which group Trump is scheduled to address.

So, here’s the question. Given the crazy, whacked-out mind of Bette Midler, was she serious? Or was this just a really bad attempt at a really bad joke? If the latter, it would be almost worse than the former — and just as stupid. Not to mention, Midler was no doubt one of the first left-wingers to declare that Trump incited the January 6 Capitol Building “insurrection.”

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