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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Topless Texas twosome take on gun toters

Posted By on Sun, Aug 3, 2014 at 7:39 AM


I've watched the bullying open carry nutters in Texas and elsewhere with some amusement. From Texas comes news of how a couple of topless women unsettled the gun toters at a recent demonstration.

It was Saturday in Austin. The women got in the face of men with rifles.

Come and Take It Texas, the open carry group, posted two videos of the tense exchange on its Facebook page, captioning one "Gun Group Trolled By Skanky Topless Libtards."

During the exchange, the topless women said they believed the open carry demonstrators set out to "scare" people with their guns and shouted "Boobs for peace!" One of them also carried a sign reading "You realize that everyone thinks you’re overcompensating for your teeny tiny ‘gun’ right?"

The members of Come and Get It Texas repeatedly asked the two women if they were being paid to demonstrate against their group, and at one point a man with the group can be heard saying "touch me and I'm going to stick a dollar in your shorts" to one of them.

Sounds like big men with guns were a little unsettled by a couple of women armed with nothing more than free speech.

The videos were posted by the open carry group. The women say they do not represent the mothers group protesting the gun demonstrations. Nor were they paid, they said.

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