The Liberal Redneck Unloads On The NRA [VIDEO]

The New York Daily News has hired viral YouTube star Trae Crowder as their “Hillbilly-In-Chief” as part of their continuing campaign against the NRA. As always, no recap because the jokes must be heard firsthand. Watch below.

  • bkmn

    The right loves their paranoia.

    • vorpal

      Adrenaline rushes can be addictive.

  • Dazzer

    Love his accent and love his wit.

  • PickyPecker
  • Megrim Twist

    dang, he sure does have a purdy mouth.

  • Rex

    He cleans up nicely as well.

    • Hank

      I would not mind going out to the backwoods with his scruffy self and spend a weekend camping, where no one can see or here us!!!

    • Rocco Gibraltar

      I find smart satire sexy as hell. Love to have a three way with red Trae and white collar Trae.

    • DJMTS

      As some of us from his part of the country might say, “He fixes up right nice!” πŸ˜ƒ πŸ˜ƒ πŸ˜ƒ

  • geoffalnutt

    I love me some Trae!!!! The reason no attention is paid to mental health…or any of the other surrounding issues – is because The NRA is a business. Sell more guns, make more money. Nothing else matters…at all.

    • Todd20036

      And get more dues from NRA member.

  • johncAtl

    Whoa…I wasn’t prepared for 1:22!

  • AtticusP

    I’m a big fan.

    Although I have to admit: it’s a little unsettling hearing all of this sensible talk coming out of someone with that accent.

    I’m sure that there are plenty of very intelligent people in Dixie. I suppose it’s just that I never seem to hear them speaking.

    • Jay George

      *wave*

    • perversatile

      My daddy always use to say,
      ”the only thing scarier than an educated redneck,
      is a woman who remains calm, when she is boiling mad”.

      • AtticusP
        • perversatile

          luv it!

      • ColdCountry

        May I introduce our next president?

        • perversatile

          My Dad is unfortunately/not surprisingly non compos mentis

          • ColdCountry

            Sorry to hear that. I love that saying, however.

          • perversatile

            Dad shooting himself in the head was surprising, what wasn’t surprising, was that he failed, or as Hedda Gabler would say, both the temple and breast are noble, but doing it poorly and to any degree less than thoroughly, is unacceptable.

          • ColdCountry

            Ahhh, that sucks. I can’t imagine. So sorry for your whole family.

    • KCMC

      check out his interviews (WellRed tour). He cranks up provincial for his act/videos. Reasonable, intelligent guy.

    • Friday

      I’ve always told people “Only the idiots down here even get heard in the North, you just sit here wondering how the North got the notion you’re not here.”

  • Dave

    I wish I were his cousin.

    • Rex

      Yeah, then you could get married.

      • AtticusP

        But think of the children!

        Oh! Wait…

  • Larry Gist

    I still want to have his babies…

  • vorpal

    I want to have this man’s gaybies kplz back of the line.

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Wait until the zika problem is resolved. We wouldn’t want any ” issues “.

      • vorpal

        Agreed. When eating fetuses, the brain is the best part.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          I don’t think most penises have brains.

          Oh, you said fetuses. Yeah.

          • vorpal

            Now with Zika babies, you can no longer tell which end is up.
            I try not to eat penises. I prefer to just lick them like a lollipop until they lose their flavour.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            Did all gayboys loves Lollipops? Has there been a study ?
            Mine could fall on the floor, get drug around by the cat, stepped on by a cow, and Still, I had to have it in my mouth.

          • vorpal

            Did all gayboys loves Lollipops? Has there been a study ?

            Why does this sound like an episode of Chris Hansen’s “To Catch a Predator” in the making???

            No prison for you. Sorry, but I’m not done with you yet.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            Lol everything about that show was sooo creepy.

          • Honey, if you can suck your own lollipop, then having a boyfriend is just greedy.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            LOL, that’s true

          • Robincho

            Um, and that last happened for you when?…

          • vorpal

            I’ll let you know as soon as I finish licking this penis.

          • rusty57

            You need to bring me another glass of wine, I just snorted the one I had through my nose.
            A Sauvignon Blanc, please.

          • vorpal

            =grins=
            Glad to oblige, as long as you don’t mind me joining you in a glass!
            (I’ll take mine the standard way, i.e. down the throat, if it’s all the same to you :D.)

          • Robincho

            oh jeez. so sorry. as you were. i’ll let myself out…

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Warning : The into scared my dog- BAD

    • Butch

      Sent one of my kitties dashing from the room as well.

    • Michael Rush
    • vorpal

      You all need more courageous critters!
      My cats don’t even wake up for earthquakes under a 6 anymore.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Have you had their hearing checked ?? I can do it via skype for a very small fee.

        • vorpal

          I can only assume that, to make living with me bearable, they have mastered techniques at turning off their hearing at will.

          LOL – skype!
          Dare I ask what currency your invoices demand?

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            I use the barter system. Penises have the biggest value of course. Then it works down from there.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    That was brilliant and he says everything I say about the gun control. I’m a gun owner, or as my friends say an arsenal owner, as many of you know. After the NRA’s response to Sandy Hook I let my membership expire in 2013. The only reason I was an NRA member was because I needed to maintain my Firearms Instructor Certification. I used to be a Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Personal Protection Inside the Home, Personal Protection Outside the Home, and CA DOJ Division of Law Enforcement Instructor. Not any more. I let all those years of training and the thousands of dollars spent to get to this level just fall by the wayside because I could not sleep at night knowing my money was going to an organization that can look at the senseless murder of babies and demand no action be taken.

    The country needs gun control at a federal level so all Americans fall under the same rule for acquiring and possessing a firearm. Fuck this fucking 10th Amendment bullshit because it’s killing our kids. This country needs to establish background checks, waiting periods, and competency testing. It also needs to be serious about seizing firearms from individuals how have a restraining order against them. Finally, we need to make a huge investment in mental health care. Until we take these basic steps things are just going to keep getting worse.

    *steps off soap box*

    • PickyPecker

      Well said, RG!!

    • The_Wretched

      Why would a certification rely on a 3rd party political org membership!

      • Friday

        Quasi-privatization. The NRA got itself in that quasi-governmental permission that it’s very hard to shoot or sell or buy or train anywhere without the owners de facto having to fund or demand membership in the NRA. Ironically it’s a worse problem in blue states where it’s harder to even *have* a firearms range. Part of why there’s the Pink Pistols.

    • Buford

      Regulate guns in exactly the same way that we regulate cars/drivers… licenses, registration, liability insurance, and stiff penalties for violations.

      It seems so simple…

      • Rebecca Gardner

        Exactly! It really is that simple and yet the Vociferous Few are preventing such common sense things from happening.

        • Buford

          Agree. That suggested policy completely passes constitutional muster, AND it would start the process of getting guns out of the hands of irresponsible people, which then reduces the need for gun-nuzzling cowards to pack heat in order to feel safe in public… and we’re on our way to being sane again!!!

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      • Friday

        I’d be concerned about getting special insurance involved cause, insurance companies, class reasons, really, and there’s enough bills already.

        There also needs to be at least some sanity about what equipment is out there. It’d have to be less restrictive than anti-gun people have tended to push for, but when the alternatives are ridiculous magazine capacity on demand, I think a maximum of a fifteen or sixteen round pistol magazine’s a sensible notion that in saner moments might actually be agreed on and happen, for instance. It’s more than some would want, but it’s also enough that probably most people who wanted to carry a full-sized pistol wouldn’t feel the need to carry *two ten round ones.* The latter inconveniences the legitimate, but picking up 35-round ones on the way to the mass shooting only seems like a good idea for mass shooters or those who feel like trying to warp their barrels at the range.

        • Buford

          If you need to carry a gun loaded with more than 5 bullets to feel safe in public, maybe you should not be out in public.

          • JustSayin’

            As i frequently tell the idiots down here in louisiana, if i cannot kill you in one shot it is time to hang up my Glock.

            As a combat vet, lifelong bow hunter, and semi-reasonable person, I could give a crap that law enforcement knows I own a gun and what guns I do own. They have my fingerprints and DNA on file so what the fuck difference does it make if I have to pay a license and background check fee and have it renewed at least as often as my drivers license?

            I have a concealed carry permit even though this is an open carry state. Idiots do not need to be in bars armed or on school grounds or in churches. I reject the idea that carrying an AK -47 into Whole Foods or Walmart is a civil right as others reasonably might think a shoot out is about to take place and over react.

          • Friday

            Frankly, thinking you only need one shot is just another kind of reckless bravado, come down to it. (I’ve been in a tense situation with a single-shot .410, actually: it really wasn’t a technical limitation I found helpful, especially with more than one bad guy involved, and that wasn’t cause I particularly expected to *miss* with the thing.) Thinking you need *thirty* is just pathetic, though.

            As are of course angry white boys thinking they need to take assault rifles to the super to feel like they have some worth somehow or something.

            I think the Rightie fear of licensing is precisely designed to reinforce the idea there’s something to be afraid of. It’s kind of like how most paranoid theories are essentially *vanity,* …people wanting to think they’d be that important, guns or not.

          • Friday

            Frankly, that attitude’s how we *lose.* A fricking *weapon* is not about ‘a feeling of safety,’ it’s a machine that may be of use when *safety* left the situation at some point.

            I don’t carry *any* rounds to ‘feel safe in public,’ I’m talking about let’s try having a sane maximum capacity instead of a tug-of-war between the people who don’t get what the things are for at *all* and those that think they need *stockpiles of ridiculous-sized ones.*

            Sure, I don’t expect to need a ton of bullets if I *do* carry a pistol, but making things more inconvenient doesn’t make anyone *safer* either especially when the last thing anyone’s talking about is what is even *sane.* A tug of war between extremes on a matter of regulating *equipment* is like trying to regulate cars by having a ‘debate’ by having people that want to ban all cars argue with NASCAR fans.

          • Buford

            Sane people don’t need guns to feel safe in public.

          • Friday

            Reread what I said.

          • Buford

            You didn’t ‘say’ anything… you ‘wrote’ something… and, NO.

          • Friday

            Well, then, you’ve not been arguing with *me,* …rather some assumptions of yours.

    • Blake J Butler

      YES! i support responsible gun owners, but i don’t want guns to fall into the hands of people like terrorists, or criminals, or the mentally ill. Gun safety technology advancements, closing the loopholes. But because i have mentioned all of the above that i support, im considered anti-gun because im wanting people who shouldn’t have guns, to ever come into possession of one, because i voted democrat down the ballot, and not Republican and have pledged support to Hillary.

      Its complete utter stupidity, they lied about Obama and tried to tell him that he was coming for peoples guns, and now they are trying to do it again with Hillary.

      ITS SIMPLE, if you are the responsible gun owner that you claim yourself to be, you should have nothing to worry about with regards to closing loopholes, universal background checks, gun safety technology, and out of the hands of terrorists, criminals, and the mentally ill.

      And if you oppose these simple things, i have the right to assume that you are doing something with your guns that you don’t want the right people to know about what you are doing with them. I have the right to assume that you are a terrorist or a criminal, if you oppose simple reforms.

      • Rebecca Gardner

        You are spot on. Also, it’s worse for me because I’m female and I own firearms. When I say things that you say to gun owning friends or on a gun forum I am called a Troll, a LibTard, mostly the “C” word, a liar that doesn’t own any firearms, a terrorist, an American hater, and too many more to mention.

        Apparently wanting to stop senseless murders while still supporting gun ownership is a bad thing in this country. Apparently only White, Male, Ultra-Conservative, Republican, Religious men are the only gun owners in this country and anyone that does not fit that mold is clearly anti-gun, anti-‘Merka!, and clearly a liar that would never own a firearm.

        I usually end up feeling like this…

        • Friday

          Seems very hard to talk to some people on this, even on the Left. Somehow some think this is the only issue we’re not expected to know what we’re talking about on, and that’s why it’s such a mess *and* such political fodder for the Right.

      • TampaZeke

        Something about purchasing military assault weapons for civilian use tells me that the purchaser is immediately disqualified from being considered a “responsible” gun owner.

        • Blake J Butler

          Small like firearms is considered concealed carry, assault rifles, like what we’ve seen being plastered over the internet at rallies, restaurants, or events where they allow that kind of thing, that is not concealed carry, that is a sign of napoleon complex.

          • TampaZeke

            …and tiny dick complex. I don’t know what complex explains the women.

          • Penis envy.

          • Friday

            Maybe that’s not a complex or about dicks unless they happen to want to be approved of by males for whom it is. Sometimes the difference between whether or not something is a ‘military weapon’ or a hunting one is mostly just about what finish and inventory stamps go on, anyway, and it’s been that way a long time.

            Some people who insist they’re arming for some kind of civil war might *mean it,* of course, but why they’re driving the debate I dunno.

          • Friday

            The ‘Open carry’ bullshit is basically meant to intimidate people and posture. Funny enough it *used* to be that having a hunting rifle on your shoulder in a small town would just mean the cops would make sure it was unloaded, if that. Obviously all that’s changed, thanks to NRA/Rightie militia types.

          • ZRAinSWVA

            Yep. Seeing some dude of unknown circumstances packing a pistol on his hip in Kroger’s does absolutely nothing for my comfort. Are you legit? Are you some crazy ready to take folks down? What is UP with that. Why in f**king world do you feel you need to open carry in a grocery store.

    • Tor

      May I suggest that weapon owners also carry liability insurance?

      • Friday

        I for one am not comfortable with private insurance corporations deciding who can afford to have a firearm even that’s not doing anything.

        • Tor

          What about your car?

          • Friday

            I see no reason for *that* insurance to be corporate either actually, but that’s what more requirements would *be.* The fact is a *gun* is not nearly two-tons of metal you’re expected to guide among other such objects at speed, so the analogy fails. Should people have to pay insurance in case they want a table-saw around? ….Will they do that unless rich enough or will they just end up having to pay someone who *can* afford that dangerous tool when they need to fix something or make it.

            Just because there’s a terrible accident and crime rate doesn’t mean somehow it’s reasonable to say ‘Only rich people can have them or, oh, once again you’re a criminal if you can’t pay money.’

    • Friday

      Speaking of the Pink Pistols, btw, Rebecca, have you looked into whether or not they can credential you for that work? I know they were trying cause they just had to cut ties with the NRA, too.

    • TampaZeke

      SING SISTER!

      The soap box suits you beautifully!

    • Adam Schmidt

      I agree with most of the things you describe, particularly your second paragraph. The problem I have is that there are so many cases where someone was a “responsible gun owner” right up to the point where they open fire on a crowd. What do we do? Just throw up our hands and say oh well, so sorry it happened to you but he was a responsible gun owner so there’s no way we could have stopped this?

      Frankly, if we look at root causes which include both mental illness AND poverty (particularly generational poverty) then we should be moving towards eliminating the root causes so that we don’t actually need the guns in the first place. If we’re addressing those issues so that people aren’t facing a lifetime of poverty because they were born in the wrong neighborhood (or with the wrong skin color), then we address many of the root causes of crime and thus the “need” to have a gun to protect yourself.

      But until then, my biggest fear isn’t really a guy with a mile long rap sheet… it’s the guy who was a “responsible gun owner”… until today.

    • greenmanTN

      One thing I will always remember about Sandy Hook is an older man who saw two terrified children walking by his house and he took them inside and contacted their parents. He was interviewed about it on TV about it a few times. Then there was a later interview with him about how he was being inundated by phone calls and hate mail by gun nuts accusing him of participating in this FAKE event (no children were killed- it was hoax) that was just meant to discredit gun owners so Obama could take away their guns and establish a dictatorship! WTF?!

  • Prion

  • Prion

    students/employees evacuating with their hands in the air is getting to be a meme…

  • Prion

    ..,

  • Prion

    .,.

    • Paula

      If I was picnicking along the Ukrainian/Russian border maybe.

  • PickyPecker

    Tell the NRA to all the way completely fuck off. LOLOL

    • ZhyKitty

      Super-beetus! ROTFLMAO!!!!!

      (Down here, diabetes is refereed to as “havin the beetus”)

      • Joe in PA

        Thank you, with your help I finally figured out what he meant, I had to replay that a bunch of times to try to figure that out (I don’t speak southern apparently). TY. πŸ˜‰

        • ZhyKitty

          Glad I could be of help, there.
          I wondered if any non-Southerners would get that.
          It’s hilarious, but I thought it might not be discernible to people who don’t understand or speak low-Southern.

          • Garth

            I had NO clue what he meant, so, thanks!

          • Homo Erectus

            My granny used to get “Jessie” from certain foods (as in “lord, that’ll give me Jessie”).

          • easygoingmister

            I had an uncle on my mother’s side that had the “suger-beetus” and “hi-blood”. he got better after getting the lord and stoppin aqua velva (yes, he would drink the aqua velva if that was all he could get his hands on).

          • Gigi

            Yikes. Glad he got better. (Thanks for the clarification re: sugar-beetus. I had no idea what that was.)

          • greenmanTN

            Don’t forget “He’s got the sugar-blood!”

      • fuzzybits

        That or as my relatives in eastern KY.say,the sugar.

  • Jay George

    OMG! OMG! Two of my favorite forces for good have united! *swoon*

  • I still maintain that the adamant opposition to the idea of mandatory universal background checks, mental competency and safety certification is both the NRA and many of the “gun enthusiasts” out there know deep down they couldn’t pass.

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      See: Bundy Klan

      • Yep.

        • The_Wretched

          “i need my gun and magic underwear to sleep at night in my cell”
          -ammo(n) bundy

  • Buford

    I’ll ask the obvious… even if the NRA is correct and the REAL problem in this country is mental illness and not guns, why does the NRA and their idiotic ilk demand that the mentally ill continue to have access to guns while we develop this unrealistic plan to cure them all…??

    • Because the mentally ill will buy LOTS of expensive guns.

    • Friday

      I’d say cause a lot of them might not pass that evaluation themselves.

    • Next time, may I suggest you pay attention? The NRA doesn’t say mental illness is the root cause of gun violence. Only those of us – Trae included – who look at the problem intelligently have been saying that. The NRA denies there even IS a problem – mainly because the NRA has become a refuge for the mentally ill. Back up and watch the video again.

      • Buford

        You’re kind of a dick, and you’re wrong. The NRA has made it clear that the gun violence problem is caused by mentally ill people walking the streets instead of getting the govt help they need, and they then parlay that nonsense into ‘monsters on the streets with guns’ and the obvious need for regular folks to buy more guns to remain safe from the gun-toting crazies!!!! If the NRA were credible and not evil assholes, they would be supporting policy which ensures that anyone remotely irresponsible could never access a gun… but they refuse to even discuss that.

        Do some reading – http://www.economist.com/blogs/lexington/2013/03/guns-and-mentally-ill

    • Homo Erectus

      Bullets cure mental illness. /s

  • olandp

    But he puts on more clothes as his videos go along.

    • DonnaLee

      I know, I miss me some Trae in the back yard. *sigh*

  • Gigi

    “Fuck all the way completely off.” – Trey Crowder to the NRA

    • Joe in PA

      my new FAVORITE line. πŸ™‚

  • JT

    I could put my lips all over his body.

  • Strepsi

    I got as far as “the Liberal Redneck unloads” and clicked… but this was not the video I was hoping to see.

    (j/k i love it)

  • Hank

    I wish we could do in the US, what Australia did… eliminate most guns! No one needs automatic or semi-automatic or large magazines to go hunting with. Leave guns in the hands of A Well Regulated Militia!!!

    • Paige Turner

      Its a common misnomer that there are no guns in Australia. This is simply not true – guns are just heavily regulated and you need to show cause to have one. There are many hoops to jump through to get one plus you need 2 seperate safes in some states. One for the gun and one for the ammunition. There are federal and state laws governing this.

      And no, self defence is not a reason to own a gun so basically you have to be a primary producer (farmer) or part of the armed forces. Thats pretty much it. No semi automatic or assault rifles. No gun shows. No internet purchases.

      The main change was not just the regulation of guns but the cultural change that happened. Australians just don’t like guns now. When the “buy back” happened 20 years ago it was frowned upon to keep a gun. My Father had an old rifle that he and I took to the police station and it was destroyed. Why he had it in the first place was never revealed but it was not going to be in the house. I know no one who owns a gun and I am 50 years old.

      If you walked down Pitt St Mall in Sydney or Collins street in Melbourne with a gun the city would end in lock down, the anti terrorism squad would be called and you would be in gaol for a long time. Guns actually scare the shit out of us.

      • Hank

        Thank you for giving us the details of Australia and its ownership of guns! Americans need to know, that it is a possibility to change from the NRA and its forcing guns down our citizen’s throats. I thank you again!

        • Friday

          There’s obviously reasons why this is easier to do on *islands,* of course.

        • Paige Turner

          We are indeed fortunate however it took a massacre of 30 people to trigger the change.

          John Oliver did a great piece on this

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYPwTHY0B-0

        • Paige Turner

          We also don’t have the right to bear arms in the constitution that was written by white Jesusβ„’

          For the most part we ignore the Australian constitution as it has some ridiculous stuff in it like specifically mentioning New Zealand as the 7th state. West Australia has tried to succeed twice and was constitutionally able to do so but we ignored that too.

      • Homo Erectus

        As they should.

    • Friday

      Frankly, ignorance of the equipment ain’t going to convince anyone that only hunting is an OK reason to have the things.

  • David Milley

    I would pay good money to watch Trae Crowder and Panti Bliss discuss politics onstage. Or even take turns reading the phone book. Or just stand there.

    • JR

      This needs to happen.

    • charemor

      I would love to see him and Trump debate!

    • KCMC

      he’s on national tour…”WellRed.” Check his tweets, may be near you.

      • David Milley

        (sniffle) no … maybe his next tour.

      • greenmanTN

        He played about 30 minutes away from me and I didn’t know it until after the fact! I guess that’s what I get for always answering “no” to the question “Do you want email updates?” I’m afraid it might get in the way of boner pill Spam and offers from Nigerian princes who will transfer their funds to me if I just give them my bank account information!

        • KCMC

          Knoxville boy worth following.

    • easygoingmister

      I’m with JR on this. It is a brilliant idea and would be brilliant to watch. I’m in. What channel? What time?

  • Piet

    Boyfriend cleans up real nice — looks downright lickable in that white shirt and tie. Plus he’s smart and he’s funny. That takes care of several check boxes on my questionnaire.

  • JustSayin’

    I like him.

  • JR

    Ah loves me some Trae.

    • JR

      And I am totally stealing the line “Fuck all the way completely off!”

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    I can’t hear him very well when he has his shirt clothes on. Please correct.

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  • greenmanTN

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say I again, the ONLY thing you can know about these “open carry” fanatics is they are carrying the ability to kill other people right by their side. And given that they think they NEED deadly weapons in a grocery store or coffee shop is not a ringing endorsement for their mental stability.

  • greenmanTN

    It’s isn’t a huge deal but I’m sorry that Trae “broke character” in this video by dressing up, combing his hair, and wearing a shirt.

  • greenmanTN

    I am not a big fan of guns as a rule, though I grew up around them. In fact through some accident of eye/hand coordination I am am a really good shot, and won some Boy Scout trophies at target shooting. I have never “hunted.”

    Just look at the numbers of gun deaths in the US as compared to anyplace else in the world. But in the US that ship sailed a long time ago, so all we can do is deal with the reality. In the US guns are not going to go away in discernible future. The best we can hope for at the moment are rigorous gun ownership laws, but NRA would oppose a law that said “Homicidal maniacs should not own guns!”

    I will add this. I don’t not blame any LGBT person for owning a gun for for self defense.

  • David Hamburger

    I’m disturbed that I find him hotter as an NRA spokesperson!