Kaya Jones gets off on gun control protesters in fiery Twitter rant
Chrystal Neria, better known by her stage name, Kaya Jones, shared some pretty frank thoughts about the gun control debate with her followers on Twitter during the pre-planned National School Walkout protests.
Jones, best known for her Work performed with the Pussycat Dolls, has been a solo act since 2004. In 2017, she joined the National Diversity Coalition for Trump as its Native American Ambassador. Her public persona is not shy about voicing her conservative beliefs, which she did in a series of posts on Wednesday in reaction to the walkouts.
“They have their right to walk out and I have my right to bear arms. I'm not giving up my rights I'm holding on to right to my rights so if a crazy man tries to kill me It's called freedom, “ she said in response to a post about the protests.
Two hours later, she continued her Twitter rant, this time going after the argument that gun advocates children .
“This whole walk out on guns is a joke. You realize that in order to protect kids we need guns The signs that read protect children are not unaware. You need a gun It's a fact And it's my right to be #ItsCalledFreedom, “ she wrote .
” Stop attacking the weapon. Remember You can use a hammer as a weapon. What's a weapon? Anything between you and whoever you want to damage You are trained Anything is a weapon A gun is just a faster one, “ she continued .
The singer went on to note that victims of violence should be empowered to study self defense in the wake of the tragedy .
“If you've never been attacked in your life and you are being fooled” It's therapeutic and empowering It's better to have, and not need, than to, and not have #ItsCalledFreedom. “
She then launched into a pair of tweets, challenging the notion that guns are the problem and not those who misuse them.
” Bad people kill people Bad people use whatever they fancy to inflict damage Bad people Now do not punish good people Guns do not kill people, people kill people and just happen to use a gun, “ she posted over two image s.
She concluded her Twitter tirade by noting that famed mass murderers Jim Jones and Adolf Hitler.
“Guns do not kill people, people kill people and just happen to use a gun.” Jim Jones used the fear and words to influence 900 people to kill yourself drinking Koolaid, Adolph [sic] Hitler used words to influence millions to make genocide. How powerful the mind is But hey the wars on guns. “
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