Amy Poehler Tells NRA to ‘F**k Off’ over Social Media Post

Actors from the popular TV series Parks and Recreation attacked the National Rifle Association after the group used of a gif featuring a character from the NBC show.

CNN reports that former stars of Parks and Recreation took to Twitter to attack the National Rifle Association (NRA) for their use of a GIF featuring actress Amy Poehler who played the lead character of the TV show. The NRA posted a tweet thanking NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch for representing the group at CNN’s town hall this week, in response to the deadly Florida school shooting. The GIF very simply featured Poehler’s character saying, “thank you,” and pointing, which was enough to anger actors from the show’s cast who took to Twitter to attack the NRA.

Michael Schur, the creator of Parks and Recreation, which ended in 2015, replied to the NRA on Twitter requesting that the organization remove the tweet. “Hi, please take this down. I would prefer you not use a GIF from a show I worked on to promote your pro-slaughter agenda,” Schur tweeted.

Schur also delivered a message on behalf of Poehler (who doesn’t have a Twitter account). “Also, Amy isn’t on twitter, but she texted me a message: ‘Can you tweet the NRA for me and tell them I said fuck off?’”

Nick Offerman, who played the popular character Ron Swanson, also tweeted at the NRA saying, “@NRA @DLoesch our good-hearted show and especially our Leslie Knope represent the opposite of your pro-slaughter agenda – take it down and also please eat sh*t.”

So far, the NRA has refused to delete the tweet, despite the temper tantrum from Hollywood leftists.

Atheists are Speechless After Reading Billy Graham’s Final Facebook Post One Day Before He Died

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Billy Graham was the greatest evangelist of our time, and he’s going to be missed terribly.

While in his later years Graham had stopped preaching from a pulpit, he was still very active on social media.

In fact, he made one final Facebook post just 24 hours before he passed on to Glory.

It’s not uncommon for Christians to be challenged by atheists who insist that because there’s evil in the world, the benevolent God of the Bible can’t possibly be real.

Graham himself surely heard that argument more times that he could count over his long ministry.

But, he had the perfect response, which was posted to his Facebook page on Tuesday:

“If you went for a walk in the woods, but then decided to wander off the path, and found yourself surrounded by a thicket of thorns and poison ivy, who would you blame? Would you blame the person who built the path? No, of course not. Instead you’d blame yourself if you were honest, because you alone were responsible for wandering from the path.

“In a far deeper way, this is what happens when we decide to leave God out of our lives. For a time, it may seem like wandering away from Him doesn’t make any difference; it may even seem easier and freer. But eventually it catches up with us—just as wandering off that path and into the thicket caught up with you.” — Billy Graham

That’s the kind of powerful, no nonsense teaching we are so sorely going to miss from this great man of God.

Source: Independent Journal Review,