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Texas Gun Group Offended by Topless Women at Pro-Gun Rally (Video)

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The pro-gun group Come and Take It (CATI) recently complained about some topless women expressing their First Amendment rights during a pro-gun demonstration in Austin, Tx., on Saturday.

According to RawStory.com, the women's signs included, “You realize that everyone thinks you’re overcompensating for your teeny tiny ‘gun’ right?”

The women told the pro-gun group of men that they could open carry their breasts just as the men open carried their rifles (video below).

CATI claimed on Facebook that the topless women were part of the pro-gun control group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (MDA), which MDA founder Shannon Watts denied on Twitter:

Lol: Nice try. Not our moms, not even members.

“They followed us into a small coffee shop and called us the Aryan Brotherhood,” CATI member Tom Jefferson told Eric Reed, President and Founder of Gun Rights Across America, on Buzzpo.com. “They continually used terms like white pride and white power. Their allegations are obvious nonsense as we not only have many African American members in our group, but also on our walk today."

Reed added that his tender sensibilities were so offended that he had to watch the video of the women two times:

I had to watch the video twice (which was extremely painful as I had to endure the unedited version) because I was in shock the first time, that this was even real. The obvious hatred and vulgarity that comes from the gun-grabbing liberal left is beyond disappointing. It’s downright pathetic and sickening.

WARNING: SOME MINOR, OBSCURED, PARTIAL NUDITY

Sources: RawStory.com, Facebook, Twitter, Buzzpo.com

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