Gun hating liberals fall for fake news story about Georgia legalizing the use of gun vending machines.
Just to set the record straight, Georgia did not pass the Firearms Freedom and Accessibility Act (FFAA), which would legalize the sale of handguns in automated machines without background checks. Among other places, this imaginary law would allow guns to be sold in bars, schools, and airports. And no, Elmer Fudd is not an official spokesman for the NRA either, no matter what some people may think.
According to Mad World News, many people fell for a fake news article describing the new Georgia law on The Daily Currant (a satirical news site), and promptly lost their minds. They began hurling insults at those who supported the law legalizing gun vending machines, as well as residents of the state of Georgia in general.
This just goes to show that some people will believe anything that they read, hear, or see, especially if it jives with the preconceived notions that they already hold regarding the subject in question. Just because you read it on the Internet, doesn't necessarily make it true.