Might ex-Bumble 2A freaks flock to conservative dating apps?

There's a petition circulating one of the world's many petition sites — this one is just called thepetitionsite.com — that urges Tinder, OK Cupid and Hinge to follow Bumble by banning images of guns in users' profile pictures. 

"Guns are designed to kill. That is their only function," the petition says. "Should we be so desensitized to the sight of a killing machine that we think it's normal to see them while looking for love?"

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Jet fuel can't melt . . .

I've noticed a few of these right-wing, racist, conspiracy theorist stickers while riding my bike around Ridgewood, Queens in the past several months. Earlier today, I visited Infowars.com to check out the shop. After I navigated past the survivalist items (The 1-Year Survival Food Supply is on-sale for $1436! The HazardPak Digital Survival Library DVD is only $19.95), I found the bumper stickers. The site says they sell them at cost ($3.95) to more easily spread the word and awaken the sheeple. 

If you look, you can find a lot of right-wing paraphernalia on display in Queens. There's the silhouette of an assault rifle over the text "Baby on Board" on the back of a parked truck I often pass. Or the "9/11 was an inside job" decal on the back of a stop sign. And of course, several NRA badges. 

The Archie Bunkers are devolving.