Donald Trump announced today that he will confront the issue of gun violence by implementing the NRA’s proposal that all Americans be required to wear see-through clothes.
Following up on requiring Parkland students to use clear plastic backpacks, Trump has ignored the Never Again movement’s demands to ban assault weapons and institute universal background checks in favor of this risky and risqué NRA initiative. Trump asserted that giving up personal privacy was a necessary compromise to keep the country safe and respect the 2nd Amendment.
“Mass shootings are bad, they’re really, really bad and we need to do something to stop them that makes more sense than taking away the guns that mass killers always use. And I gotta tell you, I like the idea of men and especially women, wearing see-through clothes,” Trump drooled. “No one will be able to hide a gun so at least it takes away the element of surprise and that’s a big thing. And the other good thing is that when I was campaigning, I promised more transparency and today I’m keeping that promise.”
Trump even volunteered to work as one of the new “Gun Safety Inspectors” whenever he had the time, a new force comprised primarily of white men in their 60s and 70s who will closely review random female Americans to make sure they’re wearing transparent clothing correctly. “The women of America are among our most vulnerable citizens and deserve a real hands on approach from those in power,” explained Trump between deep, rapid breaths.
Trump explained that there would be a transition period for Americans to make the switch-over from normal clothes to transparent clothes, to allow clothing manufacturers to ramp up and make available a variety of transparent clothing lines and for the public to become more comfortable about wearing them.
“The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun, is the embarrassment of being seen in terrible underwear while carrying a gun,” Trump declared.
The NRA applauded Trump for his adoption of their see-through clothing plan, justifying it as a simple broadening of their support for “open carry”. NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch stated, “We will always fight against attempts to strip gun owners of their rights…but that’s pretty much where we draw the line.”
When asked if this radical regulation might instead result in people feeling more vulnerable, being semi-naked and able to more easily see people around them carrying guns, Loesch responded, “Did you just ask if we’re sponsoring free shipping on all gun purchases this weekend? As a matter of fact, we are!”
Loesch went on to say that gun manufacturers are already reacting to this new mandate by gearing up to produce see-through guns. “When God closes a door, he shoots out a window,” Loesch chuckled.