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Madonna Gets Epic Smackdown After Claiming Lack Of Gun Control Causes Deaths

Madonna is once again weighing in on Second Amendment issues, and she even went so far as to include a gun control anthem on her new album called “Madame X.” The aging pop icon claimed, “People have died, been killed, have been wounded, whose lives have been changed irrevocably because of the lack of gun control in America.” Well, poor Madge immediately got an epic smackdown. You’ll love this.

Madonna is 60-years-old and her new album titled “Madame X,” is getting bad reviews. People aren’t keen on the whole big eye patch pirate look. Patriots are angry she’s attempting to recoup her investment by pandering to the anti-gun crowd like Parkland teens David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez.

Far-leftists who are out to eradicate our Second Amendment rights love to promote false claims about gun control, and Madonna is trying to cash in and revitalize her fading career using that very topic.

“When you think about the amount of people who have died, been killed, have been wounded, whose lives have been changed irrevocably because of the lack of gun control in America, it’s such a huge, huge problem,” she told Reuters. “It’s pretty frightening, yes, it’s pretty scary.”

Well, Madonna is dog-whistling the far-leftist crowd, hoping they’ll promote her new song called: “I Rise.” It includes samples from a gun control speech given by Parkland gun control activist Emma Gonzalez.

Well, of course, it does.

“Madonna did not say specifically what gun control legislation is lacking in the U.S. After all, the country’s laws have required a background check on every retail firearm sale since 1998. Ironically, nearly every mass public shooter of the past ten years has acquired his guns via such checks,” reports Breitbart.

They add: “Many states have background checks on private sales too, via universal background checks. And numerous states have firearm registration, ‘assault weapons’ bans, waiting periods for gun purchases, and laws empowering police to confiscate firearms.”

California has all the above-listed gun laws, and they still have frequent shootings.

According to the Los Angeles Times, “27 people killed in Compton in the last 12 months,” with 22 of them getting shot and killed. Compton is part of South-Central LA, and this is from the April 2019 report.

Americans who hold their Second Amendment rights dear were quick to denounce the 60-year-old performer.

AWR Hawkins, an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News, tweeted, “Asked my friend’s 14-yr-old daughter, ‘how’s long it been since @Madonna had a hit?’ She titled her head & said, ‘who?’”

That’s when Second Amendment advocate Dennis Buckley replied, “Ms. Madonna, you obviously have not tried to read through the federal firearms regulations CURRENTLY enforce on the books. Let alone the various STATE to STATE regs additions. And please don’t say there is no attempt to control current sales.”

“This just in…Illuminati puppet/witch & deep-state music industry spokeswoman isn’t keen on American’s being able to protect themselves,” tweeted “Outlaw Josey Wales.”

“As always, Mads could set the example for law-abiding Americans and demand unarmed security guards for her concerts. We’ll wait…” tweeted Mark Grant.

Yahoo trashed the 1980’s pop star’s new “Madame X” album.

“The shape-shifting Queen of Pop has missed badly with ‘Madame X,’ a needy, trying-too-hard mess of an album that sounds like Madonna threw up on Madonna,” reports Yahoo.

Madge even admits: “It’s a weird kind of energy.”

“She used to thrill with endless new looks and an edge to her pop, but that was decades ago. Now she’s like that daffy aunt who shows up at the holiday party inappropriately dressed, slightly high and offering to buy beer for the teenagers,” Yahoo adds.

Poor Madonna. These pop stars just don’t know when to hang it up. Madonna has masked her age with a ton of plastic surgery, and she no longer is agile on stage.

Trying to suck up to the Parkland kids like David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez with this new anti-gun song might be a clue that you missed the mark. Their 15 minutes of fame ran out a long time ago. Madonna’s original fans are grandparents now, and glittery pirate patches don’t go over big with that crowd.

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