THIS HAS TO BE THE VIDEO OF THE WEEK!

A clueless Virginia Democrat decided she’d pull a stunt to make a public stand against guns. Karen Mallard is running for for a seat in Congress and decided to film herself cutting off the barrel of her husband’s AR-15. No kidding! She was immediately bombarded on social media with people telling her she’d broken the law. She made her husband’s AR-15 into a short barreled rifle. You be the judge:

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 Guns.com reports: A Virginia Democrat vying for a seat in Congress wanted to take a public stand against guns, and got a lot of attention, though she may have inadvertently broken the law.

Karen Mallard, one of a crowded field of challengers competing for Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District — a seat currently held by a Republican — posted a video to social media Wednesday in which she takes a grinder to her husband’s AR-15 rifle and slices away the front part of the handguard and barrel.

Mallard prefaced the act by saying she did not want the gun in her house and, after the student speeches in the days after the Parkland school shooting, did not want the gun in anyone’s home. Post-grinding, Mallard said she is joining Moms Demand Action and intends to make gun reform a “top priority” if elected.

That’s a lot of stuff going on in a two-minute video.

As numerous individuals pointed out to Mallard on social media once the clip was circulated, many of which she dismissed as “NRA trolls,” the act of creating a short barreled rifle with a barrel less than 16-inches long is strictly regulated under the National Firearms Act.

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