On the day of Senator Dianne Feinstein’s death, an ammunition store in Novi, Michigan, promoted free shipping to California customers, dancing on the grave of the deceased Senator.
“Feinstein, in our opinion, is the epitome of an authoritarian politician that luckily never had enough power to actually do any of the things that she would have wanted to do,” said Justin Nazaroff, 38, owner of Fenix Ammunition.
The bags of ammunition read “RIP Dianne Feinstein laugh out loud. Bye b—-.”
“To celebrate the death of Senator Feinstein we’re offering free shipping on ammunition to California customers today through Oct. 31st. Simply select Good Riddance, Dianne at checkout!
“Evil authoritarians should be mocked in death the same as they are in life. No quarter.”
Apparently what triggered Fenix Ammunition was Feinstein’s lifetime advocacy for common sense gun laws.
In 1978, Feinstein found San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk dead after being gunned down by an assassin, which led to her eventually authoring the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban that passed and held for ten years before it was allowed to sunset by Congress in 2004.
During a debate over the bill, Feinstein set straight GOP Senator Larry Craig as he condescendingly accused a woman of knowing nothing about the effects of guns.