‘With your contributions, the Red Cross can send out planes to drop water, blankets, facts, insights, statistics and truth bombs.’
That’s how one Dutch news satire program says you can help stop the spread of NRA, the “devastating humanitarian crisis” currently facing the United States.
The popular “Sunday with Lubach” show used comedy to take a dig at America’s gun woes by focusing on the epidemic it describes as “Nonsensical Rifle Addiction.”
“While it’s spreading like wildfire throughout the U.S., NRA seems unable to cross the ocean. Or the Canadian border,” the narrator said. “People with the most severe form of NRA are often in hard-to-reach places, like rural areas or… Congress.”
Too soon? For some, without a doubt. But if you want to get an idea of what some Europeans are thinking in the wake of the Las Vegas attack, watch the video:
This isn’t the first time the program has produced a viral YouTube hit at the expense of the United States. This one, for instance, lampooned President Donald Trump and his “America First” approach earlier this year and racked up more than 25 million views to become its most popular clip ever:
View more information: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nonsensical-rifle-addiction-this-dutch-tv-show-is-laughing-at-americas-love-of-guns-2017-10-09