Liberals Cry About New Tom Clancy Game


The next iteration of Tom Clancy's blockbuster Rainbow Six series has been announced. The series goes back over a decade and has produced some of the best shooters ever made. However, this release, Rainbow Six: The Patriots, has an added advantage beyond top notch graphics and killer game play.

It makes liberals cry.

This is due to the fact that, as you can see from the trailer above, the bad guys are basically Occupy Wall Streeters on steroids. Or, considering all the rioting, attacks against police, and pyrotechnics coming from the occupiers lately, just a better organized next step for the more violent members of the 99%.

Either way liberals seem off put by the idea that they might actually be the bad guys in a fictional piece of entertainment for once. Boo freakin hoo.

I can't wait to play this game because Ranbow Six is easily one of the most epic franchises in the history of shooters. But it will be nice to see some creativity thrown into barren landscape of boiled down to Red Dawn remakes that make up the first person shooter market these days.

Also, while the majority of occupiers are just layabouts yearning for perpetual childhood some of the far left groups that coalesce around movements like this are legitimately dangerous. Anybody remember the plot by far left activists to set off bombs at the Republican National Convention that was thwarted by Brandon Darby a few years back? Honestly this storyline sounds a lot more believable than anything in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare series...

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