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Ohio Congressman Casey Weinstein is the kind of politician we can do without.

Rep. Weinstein doesn’t understand the constitution, even though he served in the Air Force and now represents the folks of Ohio’s 37th Congressional District.

Yesterday, the good congressman posted this gem on twitter:

Of course I was forced to reply.

I’ve seen the right to keep and bear arms falsely compared and conflated with hunting, driving a car and marriage, but never fishing. This was a new one. Obviously, there’s a reason no one has compared the RKBA to fishing before. It’s a false and somewhat stupid comparison.

The gun rights community knew that liberal pols would push back after Ohio passed constitutional carry. However, few of us believed the push-back would be so juvenile and ill-informed.

According to his official biography, Weinstein “has always strived to actively engage in his community. In Dayton, he was recognized as a ‘Top 40 Under 40’ Community Leader and has been more recently recognized as one of ’30 for the Future’ by the Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce.”

His inability to understand the United States Constitution makes me wonder about these accolades. Evidently, there was a small pool — a shallow pool — to choose from.