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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Since becoming famous on their hit reality TV show Duck Dynasty, the Robertson family has used their notoriety to promote their conservative Christian values.

This week, the Robertsons outraged liberals once again when one of their own launched a campaign for “suppressor’s rights,” which is geared towards convincing the state to repeal laws on noise suppressors for guns.

The campaign, which is called “Fight The Noise,” released a video this week featuring Jep Robertson discussing the reasons why he believes these noise suppressor laws need to go.

“I hate wearing earplugs,” Jep said, according to Conservative Tribune. “Hate it. Because then you’re trying to talk and be like, ‘What? What?’ … We don’t have to do that anymore.”

Jep is then shown shooting targets with a silenced shotgun.

“It’s so awesome to put a salvo on a shotgun and shoot clays (clay pigeons) for a couple of hours, and not have a super duper headache the next day,” Jep continued.

Jep made it clear that he has been fighting noise suppressor laws for quite sometime.

“I’m a firm believer in the Second Amendment,” he said. “I was chatting with the governor and we were talking about hunting with suppressors. We talked about how safe it is for your hearing, how great it is for kids. So I talked to a local congressman, and he said, ‘I got one law left to pass, I’ll let you know if I can do it.”

“The congressman called me like six months later and said, ‘And by the way, you can deer hunt now with your suppressor,” Jep added.

“Our goal is to have all of our guns suppressed,” he concluded. “Getting a suppressor is like getting a tattoo — once you have one, you’ve got to have more.”

Liberals are of course against this campaign, but the Robertson clan has never been one to back down to a liberal lynch mob. Keep up the good work, Jep!

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