Things just keep getting worse for the National Rifle Association (NRA), and most of the blame can be placed squarely on the pro-gun group, which has filed for bankruptcy after many of its top executives allegedly spent millions of dollars for their personal benefit.

So, in an attempt to push their guns for everyone message, the NRA enlisted Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) to make an ad that ran online in which the Louisiana Republican lovingly strokes a handgun while music playes in the background. Kennedy looks at the camera and declares:

“Folks, I believe that love is the answer. But you oughta own a handgun just in case.”

But a typo in the captions of the video wound up seriously undercutting the message the NRA was trying to convey, HuffPost reports:

“The typo ― ‘belive’ instead of ‘believe’ ― took off on social media as the NRA’s critics couldn’t stop laughing at the easily avoidable error.”

Apparently, the NRA is so broke they can’t even afford to purchase spell check software or hire someone to proof their copy before it winds up on the World Wide Web. But, hey, at least they set off a wave of internet laughter. Take a look:

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