Outrage Alert! Carey Hart, Husband of Pop Star Pink, Gets Backlash For Teaching Daughter Proper Gun Safety

Nick Kangadis | January 31, 2019
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I’m convinced that people just need something, no matter how benign, to complain about. We’ve been constantly told by the left that there needs to be more gun regulations and proper training for those who have to have firearms. When the latter of those things actually happened recently, they still complained.

Former professional motocross competitor Carey Hart, who is also the husband of pop-singer Pink, shared a video on his Instagram account Wednesday of his 7-year-old daughter learning how to properly use a firearm. The video was accompanied by words from Hart indicating that he is “raising the kids with knowledge of firearms.”

“I’m raising the kids with knowledge of fire arms [sic], how to handle them, shoot them, store them, and avoid them in uneducated hands,” Hart wrote in the post.

Take a look at the post below:


A post shared by Carey Hart (@hartluck) on

Well, the outrage mob wasn’t too happy about a little girl learning responsibility. I guess Hart’s “toxic masculinity” was too much for them.

“Gun safety is an illusion. Gun’s are not legal in my country, Thank God. Why do you Americans love the sword that kills so many of you soo much?” one Instagram user wrote.

“I am so glad I dont [sic] live in a country where small children use guns!” another respondent wrote. “To us this is just insane.”

Thank God we don’t live in their countries, or we might become the subjects of our government and defenseless as well!

Hart fired back at one user for a completely ignorant comment.

“There is absolutely no reason why a three-year-old needs to be shooting a gun,” the user wrote. “It is just indoctrinating the toxic American culture that guns are somehow 'cool' and a ‘hobby.’"

“That is your opinion,” Hart responded. “I never slam people for speaking their opinion. I enjoy debate and shedding light on subjects that are sensitive like this. Now when you disrespect my country or 'culture' I feel I have every right to get nasty.”

Multiple media outlets covered Hart’s Instagram post, and I’m not really sure why. Hart was simply being a responsible parent who only wanted to educate his child.

H/T: The Blaze

Keep it up, Hart family!

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