Emotions from Tragedy Used to Squash Debate.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – -(Ammoland.com)- America’s anti-gun movement and their allies in the media exploit the emotion from tragedies such as the Parkland School shooting to recycle failed gun-control rhetoric, reveals New York Times best-selling author and constitutional attorney, Mark W. Smith, in his new book #Duped: How the Anti-gun Lobby Exploits the Parkland School Shooting – and How Gun Owners Can Fight Back.
(Bombardier Books; $14.99 paperback/$7.99 ebook; June, 2018)
In #Duped, Smith unveils how young people like the Parkland students are exploited for political gain to short-circuit any legitimate debate depriving law-abiding Americans of their Second Amendment right to bear arms. This all-out campaign has put gun owners and Americans who support the right to bear arms on the defensive.
Smith breaks down the seven gun grabbing myths that have been perpetuated by the anti-gun movement, as well as the mainstream media. Smith reveals in #Duped data and facts to dispel these myths while not dismissing the ordeal gun violence victims have experienced.
Smith provides gun owners and defenders of the Second Amendment with the intellectual ammunition to counter the arguments of the anti-gun zealots, while at the same time challenges the reader to think about how they will defend themselves and their loved ones if their right to bear arms is taken away – “…once you have given this right away, you will never get it back.”
In #Duped, readers will learn:
- The gun control movement is not about civil rights – they “want to shrink your freedoms by depriving you of your fundamental right to self-defense.”
- The false arguments the anti-gun movement perpetuates and the inconvenient truths they fail to mention.
- Why it’s important that we fight for our Second Amendment right – without it, our rights cease to exist.
“Make no mistake, the #NeverAgain kids have the right to express themselves. That they experienced such a traumatic series of events makes it easy to understand why they want to participate in debates about school and public safety. So, let’s set emotion aside and discuss the facts. Let’s have that debate.” New York Times best-selling author, Mark W. Smith in #Duped