Strippers protest gun laws by pretending to sell AR-15 — and Tea Partier who gave away real AR-15 freaks out
Several exotic dancers in Nashville tried to prove a point about easy access to deadly weapons — and drew complaints from a NRA-backed Republican candidate. Dancers from Déjà Vu Showgirls set up a booth Tuesday near their club with a sign offering “Couch Dances: $15. AR-15: $1,100,” reported WSMV-TV. The women wanted to show that it’s easier to buy a military-style rifle — which requires no background check, waiting period or license — than get …
After every mass shooting, a few words are repeated over and over: Thoughts. Prayers. AR-15.
The AR-15 semi-automatic rifle is one of the most popular weapons in America. It's also been the weapon of choice for several mass murderers, including the gunman who killed 17 people on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.