New York Times Offers Most Stupid Anti-Gun Argument Yet

New York Times
New York Times

USA –-( “The House showed its utter disregard for public safety in November when it approved the National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act, which would take away the authority of states to decide who is allowed to carry a concealed and loaded handgun within their borders,” The New York Times shrieked in a Tuesday editorial.

Relying on a hit piece against concealed carriers by “reporter” Michael Luo that yielded the unintended consequence of instead proving “they are remarkably law-abiding,” The Times is once more in a frenzy to ensure that only the “Only Ones,” to include the well-connected elite, retain the ability to defend themselves and loved ones from personal attack in the Big Apple.

And to do so, they present the following bit of hysteria…

An individual with a concealed carry permit from Florida — which allows the holder to carry unlimited numbers of concealed weapons — could drive a stash of weapons into New York and would have to be caught selling the guns on the street to get arrested.

What?  Seriously?  That’s their argument?

What about an individual without a concealed carry permit?  They couldn’t do the same thing?  Just who is doing the illegal gun trafficking in Bloomberg Paradise, anyway, people who jump through all the hoops to be law-abiding or…?


I repeat an unanswered challenge: Any time the anti-personal defense lobby wants to do a comparison…

About David Codrea:

David Codrea is a long-time gun rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He is a field editor for GUNS Magazine, and a blogger at The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance.

David Codrea

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Nate tanguay

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