The National Rifle Association's latest press conference did not sit well with many, if Twitter is anything to go by.
On Friday, one week after the tragic Newtown, Conn., school shooting, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre called for armed security guards in all the nation's schools and blamed video games and the media for the increase of violence in America. "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun," he said.
Celebrities, for the most part, didn't seem to agree. Many stars took to Twitter to respond LaPierre's address.
Rachel Maddow: "The NRA has rickrolled the whole country into watching just another standard Wayne LaPierre stump speech saying we need more guns."
Denis Leary: "Apparently there is no background check on electing an NRA Executive Vice President."
Tom Colicchio: "Did the #NRA and La Pierre just "shoot themselves in the foot "
Aziz Ansari: "Hahahahhaha RT '@ChaseMit: Just want to point out the NRA's plan to stop school shootings is literally the plot of Kindergarten Cop.'"
Mark Cuban: "I think the NRA press conference is what the Mayans had in mind when they said the world would come to an end today."
Patton Oswalt: ".@NRA But can't schools be built INSIDE gigantic, fully automatic assault rifles?"
Michael Moore: "NRA head says everyone is to blame but them. The most deranged, delusional 'press conference' I've ever seen...I believe I've been excommunicated. The reason I joined was my original idea for the film was to run against Heston for NRA president."
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(Originally published Dec. 21, 2012, at 9:48 a.m. PT)