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‘Original Gangster’ Ice-T defends gun ownership as ‘defense against tyranny’

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Long before “Ice Loves Coco” and “Law & Order,” “Original Gangster” Ice-T and his band Body Count made a splash with “Cop Killer.” His 1992 solo album, “Home Invasion,” kicked off with a gunshot and the line, “Turn up the mic, dog, so I can get off/Find me Charlton Heston and I might cut his head off.” So excuse us if we’re a little surprised to see this linked video:

https://twitter.com/BreitbartFeed/status/227477944099028992

We have to wonder, then, what Heston would be tweeting about Ice-T’s latest defense of the Second Amendment, courtesy of an interview with Channel 4 London, in which he calls gun ownership “the last form of defense against tyranny.”

Charleton Heston would roll over in his grave… with a big happy smile on his face: Ice T defends the 2nd amdt: http://t.co/6QDUGFrv

— Van Harvey (@Van_Blogodidact) July 23, 2012

Ice-T more sensible than Bob Schieffer. via Drudge: Rapper Ice-T Defends Gun Rights: 'Last Form Of Defense Against Tyranny'…

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 23, 2012

Ice-T actually making sense to me, am I loosing sense with reality? http://t.co/vn2f2Rh8

— SMLBound (@SMLBound) July 23, 2012

@SMLBound Not at all. He's just brave enough to be honest with the public. I admire Ice-T for that! :)

— AJ (@SeeTac7) July 23, 2012

Mad Props —> Rapper Ice T on US gun control: http://t.co/nBqgIHhj

— Julie Borowski (@JulieBorowski) July 23, 2012

Go, Ice-T! Straighten that Brit out…… Ice-T Defends Gun Rights: "The Last Form Of Defense Against Tyranny" http://t.co/uFx7xulZ

— Heidi Harris (@HeidiHarrisShow) July 23, 2012

Who better to educate the world about the U.S. Constitution than Ice-T? No kidding – watch: http://t.co/uK46zvJG

— Austin Hill (@AskAustin) July 23, 2012

Dear Dems, The fact that the rapper Ice-T has a better understanding of the 2nd Amendment than you is just sad. #YoBurnsAlwaysCheckTheBarrel

— Armed American (@USP_Compact) July 23, 2012

Police groups weren’t fans of Ice-T when “Cop Killer” was making the rounds, and he probably hasn’t won back many fans by clarifying that gun ownership is not about hunting but “to protect yourself from the police.” Remember, he’s not a cop, but he does play one on TV.



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