Viral Video: NRA Or “Nonsensical Rifle Addiction”

Viral Video: NRA Or “Nonsensical Rifle Addiction”

Vox covers this latest viral video showing how the rest of the world views America’s gun obsession.

Sunday with Lubach, which is sort of like the Dutch version of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, looked at guns — specifically, the US’s love of firearms. And it’s very telling.

For one, the satirical Dutch video describes America’s love of guns as so bad that it is an illness: Nonsensical Rifle Addiction, or NRA — a reference to the biggest gun lobby group in the country.

“NRA is a constitutional disorder caused by a dysfunction of the prefrontal Second Amendment in the nonsensical cortex, causing patients to shoot people,” the narrator explains. “It starts with an innocent Colt, but soon patients will show signs of shotguns, sniper rifles, and M16s even. Often, patients use silencers to hide their condition.”

Vox goes on to cite empirical research that shows where there are fewer guns, there is less gun violence.

Duh.

Watch below.