NRA Santa Gifts Boy Nerf Gun After Liberal 'Anti-Gun' Santa Ruined Christmas
NRA decided it's 'our mission to make Michael’s Christmas the best ever'
Earlier this month, Neon Nettle reported on a 4-year-old boy who was reduced to tears by liberal "activist" Santa who told him he could not have a Nerf gun for Christmas.
The young boy told the liberal Santa he wants the toy but is told: “No, no guns!”
The boy's mother later steps in to tell Santa that her son wanted a Nerf gun, which is a toy.
But Santa still said no.
“Nope, not even a Nerf gun,” the mall Santa said.
“Nope. If your dad wants to get it for you, that’s fine, but I can’t bring it to you.”
The child was later reduced to tears.
“How did nobody in this line, including the mother, step up and give the fat man in the suit a piece of their mind?” conservative commentator Matt Walsh wrote, tweeting a video of the encounter last week.
How did nobody in this line including the mother step up and give the fat man in the suit a piece of their mind?— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) December 7, 2020
This was when the NRA decided to step in and make it “our mission to make Michael’s Christmas the best ever.”
While “Mean Santa” wouldn’t give Michael a single Nerf gun, the right kind of right jolly old elf made sure he got his gun — and then some:
“Mean Santa won’t be happy I have this,” Michael said, right before he engaged in a Nerf war with Good Santa.
“I am so grateful for all of the people who reached out and sent Nerf guns to Michael. Americans of all backgrounds came together and rallied for my son,” DeCarlo said in the NRA video.
“We have received hundreds of Nerf guns, and Michael will be distributing those to other little patriots in need.”
“NRA, thank you for making my family’s Christmas one we will never forget.”
Not only did the NRA send over a Santa, so did the mall where “Mean Santa” told him "no."
“So there was a mistake made yesterday? Well, we’re so sorry about that, OK?” the other Santa said in the video.
He also gave Michael a Nerf gun.
“Santa is heartbroken and crushed that he has made this child so sad and upset, and turned in his resignation,” the mall said in the post.
"The Santa company will continue to remind all Santa’s how important it is to not impose personal opinions during visits with the children."