Originally published April 21 2013
Stunning Mark Dice video reveals everyday Americans to be complete morons
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) Talk show host Rush Limbaugh calls them "low information voters." Mark Levin calls them "drones." I call them members of the "Autobot Society," but all these phrases and labels mean the same thing: They describe a group of Americans who are just too far gone to be "reached" anymore. They have drank the kool-aid, so to speak, and have turned off the ability of their minds to be curious, inquisitive, questioning and suspicious of the status quo.
This mindless condition was in full view recently, thanks to a little experiment conducted by media critic and social analyst Mark Dice, who was in California to see how many "trendy liberals" he could get to sign away their birthrights.
The public's zombie-like mental state is what will allow Obama to get his gun ban through. However, some of these people were not just in a trance and nodded their head as they expressed vehement support for repealing the Second Amendment and enacting door to door gun confiscation.
Signing away the Second AmendmentIn this video, Dice is easily getting people to sign a petition supporting a complete repeal of the Second Amendment. One man signs as Dice explains that the intent is to repeal the amendment "and take the guns away from the crazy, right-wing, white extremists, and, uh, just make sure that only the illegal, unregistered guns stay on the streets."
Another man who is holding a child listens as Dice says, "By repealing the Second Amendment, what that will do is, we'll have a door-to-door gun confiscation against the white people, the right-wing extremists, taking away their guns..."
"Okay," says the man, as he prepares to sign.
Next, a woman is being asked to sign the petition to ban the Second Amendment. As she signs, Dice explains:
"We're trying to just repeal the Second Amendment to make sure that only the criminals have the guns, and get them out of the hands of the law abiding citizens..."
"Right," the woman mindlessly answered.
"...to repeal the Second Amendment," Dice continued. "It's such an old-fashioned amendment. We're just...making sure that the law-abiding gun owners have that right taken away."
In another video, Dice gets even more absurd in his line of questioning - but few seemed to notice.
Nuking China?In approaching one woman, Dice asks, "Do you think we should have nuked China last week, or that maybe we should have maybe taken them to the United Nations over their currency manipulation? Do you think dropping those nuclear weapons over there was the right thing to do?"
The woman answers: "I don't think so, but I don't really know the situation either."
"Do you want to elaborate on that?" he asked in a follow-up question.
"I don't know what happened," the woman replied.
"Well, China has been manipulating their currency, and so we went and dropped a nuclear bomb on Shanghai last week in retaliation for that. Do you think that was inappropriate..."
"I don't think that was right," she said - completely oblivious to the fact that the U.S. has never used a nuclear weapon against any country since World War II. "I....no. I don't think so. I think they should have just talked it out, everybody come together..."
Dice next posed the question to a young man, who answered in a racist, derogatory manner (:46 in the clip; NaturalNews won't print what he said).
"So, it's okay to nuke them, then?" Dice said. "It was last week or something, or what it two weeks ago, I forget."
"Umm," says the young man, stammering, "about...two or three?"
Moron. Pure and simple.
As you watch these videos and shake your head in disgust, remember one other thing as well: The Autobot Society also votes.
Now do you wonder why we have the "leaders" we do?
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