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Humpday Humor: First Graduate Of The Dick Cheney School Of Gun Safety Shows Off His Skills

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Unclear if this was pre-Khashoggi-practice (too soon?), or post G-20 celebrations? But one thing is for sure, he needs some more practice to reach 'elite'-Dick level from Cheney's Gun Safety School. Remember, "guns don't kill people, idiot arabs with guns do." Almost kills his mate. Keeps on firing.🤦🏼‍♂️pic.twitter.com/gllSij1UGH — Gissur Simonarson (@GissiSim) December 2, 2018 And by the looks of Dick Cheney's 'death stare' to Trump at Bush's funeral this morning, the former VP would like to take him 'pheasant hunting' soon... Hillary won’t even dignify Donald with a glance pic.twitter.com/9z7Smu9rNu — Roland Scahill (@rolandscahill) December 5, 2018 Or maybe he's just pissed that they made a movie of his 'misdeeds'... [embedded content]

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Unclear if this was pre-Khashoggi-practice (too soon?), or post G-20 celebrations? But one thing is for sure, he needs some more practice to reach 'elite'-Dick level from Cheney's Gun Safety School.

Remember, "guns don't kill people, idiot arabs with guns do."

And by the looks of Dick Cheney's 'death stare' to Trump at Bush's funeral this morning, the former VP would like to take him 'pheasant hunting' soon...

Or maybe he's just pissed that they made a movie of his 'misdeeds'...

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