Michael Wendler poses with weapons – “Ask yourself why”
Not a day that Michael Wendler does not shoot new, mostly quite confused and crude theories into orbit via Telegram. So far it has been the case that Wendler “only” used his words as a weapon, but the formerly celebrated hit star shows that he can also handle real weapons.
It is understandable that the cold horror is coming. So shared Michael Wendler on his Telegram channel a short video showing him with a rifle in a shooting range. For six seconds, the man, who was kicked out as a juror on “DSDS” because of crude statements about the corona pandemic, shoots at a target.
Michael Wendler: Crazy video with a gun
It is not visible whether he also hit it, but it is clear that Wendler is pursuing an agenda with the video. The 49-year-old from Dinslaken writes that the right to own a gun in the USA is guaranteed by the second amendment of the constitution. So far, so right. But then it gets crude or as you could also say: Wendleresk.
Michael Wendler: This is what you need to know about the singer
- Michael Wendler grew up in Dinslaken
- The singer became famous with the song “She loves the DJ”.
- He even made it as a juror for DSDS
- After several crude statements about the corona virus, he flew out of RTL
- Wendler is with Laura Müller
- Laura was already naked in Playboy
“I regularly go to the shooting range and improve my marksmanship and handling my weapons,” says Wendler. The founding fathers of the USA wrote the right to own guns into the constitution so that an “unscrupulous and corrupt government” could not become encroaching.
Michael Wendler with a crude theory about the use of weapons
Wendler continues: “The Germans were disarmed. Ask yourself why.” We have an idea, Mr. Wendler. For example, the number of homicides in the United States increased by 20 percent in 2020 compared to the previous year, as the “daily Newsreported. A total of 21,570 people were killed. And in the first half of 2021, the number of fatal crimes continued to rise. A weapon was used in around 77 percent of the cases.
For comparison: in Germany the killing rate is 0.7. In other words: 0.7 people out of 100,000 people are killed. In the US, on the other hand, at 5.0 (UNODC study).
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Most recently, Wendler turned to the citizens of the district city of Essen. You can find out what he had to say here.