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Published On: Tue, Apr 3rd, 2018

Piers Morgan picks a twitter fight with Ben Shapiro over the Constitution

On Monday, Piers Morgan, who is seemingly still wounded from his iconic debacle of a defeat at the hands of Ben Shapiro in 2013 over gun control, took on Shapiro again over the Constitution.

Morgan made this statement: “Have you studied the history of 2A? Try reading up on it. It was never intended to mean an individual’s right to bear arms – outside of a ‘well regulated militia’. https://t.co/Xb6w9gGAbd”  — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 2, 2018

The attacks then came, referring to the 2013 debate in which Shapiro handed Morgan a copy of the Constitution, which Morgan referred to as a “silly little book”: “Hopefully you kept that “silly little book” @benshapiro gave you on set- it would come in handy now. https://t.co/57DDpLwiz9″ — Jeremy Frankel (@FrankelJeremy) April 3, 2018

Morgan decided to launch a personal attack on Shapiro, who wasn’t even involved at this point.

“What was silly about it was the size, like its owner. I prefer my copies of the Constitution, and my political pundits, to be substantial. https://t.co/97EmPjTU7p” — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 3, 2018

Shapiro jumped in personally, unleashing a barrage of tweets to bury Morgan:

And this:

Another:

And since Morgan seems to have a pathological streak:

Morgan, trying to stay afloat, weakly responded:

Prompting this:

And this:

Morgan, suddenly posing as a history expert:

That didn’t go well:

Morgan, last gasping:

That elicited this barrage:

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