Jeff Foxworthy, Alan Jackson targeted by gun-grabbing moms: ‘Mind your business!’

Fans of “you just might be a redneck” comic Jeff Foxworthy and country singer Alan Jackson are rallying around the entertainers under fire from gun control groups for performing at this year’s NRA convention in Nashville.

The men are scheduled to appear at the event April 11, but the controversy is already growing. Last week, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America – a group most normal people are unaware exists — posted a notice on its Facebook page proposing to “educate these celebrities” about guns.

(Just a guess, ladies, but they’re both probably pretty well versed on the Second Amendment already.)

Foxworthy and Jackson fans aren’t letting the criticism stand without a fight. THe idea of  needing to “educate” two full-grown men because their politics runs off the liberal plantation (but firmly within American history and constitutional law) was particuarly galling.

The gun grabbing “Moms Demand” group is supported by anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg, so what they do doesn’t have to make much sense, but even by their standards this is puzzling.

A comedian who made his name appealing to “rednecks” and a country singer aren’t exactly the kind of urban lib elites the gun control gang usually counts on, which is what makes the reaction predictable.

Foxworthy and Jackson fans don’t have much time for the “Moms Demand” type.  

But that doesn’t mean they don’t have a sense of humor.  

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