WARNING: Anti-Gun Propaganda Forces Are Hard at Work ~ VIDEO

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The anti-gun lobby loves to believe that their portrayal of gun-related deaths in America pushes the needle toward more support for gun control.

They fail to realize that the more violence is portrayed in the media, the more people seek ways to protect themselves. Some will hide and rarely go out in public, and some will move from high-crime areas to places they believe will be safer, but many will decide to take responsibility for their own safety and become gun owners.

A survey by AP-NORC suggests that 71% of respondents would prefer “stricter gun laws,” but “stricter” is never defined. The problem with this type of poll questioning is that the people responding typically have no idea what gun laws are currently in place, but even worse, they don’t realize that most often, the current gun laws cause higher crime rates. This creates a self-perpetuating cycle of gun restrictions by encouraging continued support of the very thing that causes the problem in the first place.

AP-NORC said, 52% of people agree that it is very important to prevent mass shootings and to ensure people can own guns for personal protection.” This shows us that the number of people who see simply banning guns and doing nothing to improve their level of self-defense as a bad idea is growing. The 2020 Antifa and BLM left-wing riots, supported by Democrats in Congress, helped average citizens see the importance of personal defense. They also made clear who was responsible for the violence. Violence triggers a natural instinct to seek protective measures. During that time, gun sales skyrocketed among first-time purchasers.

Even given the often-slanted pole questioning process and use of anti-gun terminology, 85% support a federal law preventing mentally ill people from purchasing guns, while only 59% support a nationwide ban on semi-automatic weapons, according to AP-NORC. So, although the question is often asked to encourage those surveyed to support gun control, the truth is, that most people want more focus put on the criminals.

People are starting to realize that there is no such thing as “gun violence” and that violence is a human behavioral issue.

According to “The Reload,” a Quinnipiac report shows dwindling support for modern sporting rifle bans even though so-called “assault weapon” bans have been at the top of the media hit list. New data shows support for such bans falling to under 50%. Imagine if the media presented an honest gun narrative and refrained from using terms like “assault weapon” and “gun violence.”

Gun control advocates recognize how important these and other scary terms are to their narrative, so they continue to use them regardless of the pushback they receive from Americans. The gun-grabbers are frightened of terminology that portrays firearms in an honest light.

Their fear of an honest narrative was revealed when a petition was filed with the FTC by several anti-gun organizations. It claimed that guns could be used to protect people and save lives or make homes safer was “false advertising.” The anti-American, pro-unarmed helplessness crowd consisting of The Brady Campaign, Giffords Law Center, and March For Our Lives members also claimed that any advertising which used “patriotic,” “military,” or “macho” imagery and language in firearm advertising was deliberately being used to appeal to “insurrectionists” and “mass shooters.” They understand the power of language, and they want to control the way it is used to benefit themselves and influence lawmakers, but their attempts at making half the country look like killers is quickly failing. Instead, they reveal that the political left is losing the ideological battle.

According to NSSF industry data, since 1990 there are now more than 24.4 million Modern Sporting Rifles (MSRs) in circulation as of 2020. That figure includes more than 4.5 million added since 2018. As a result, even Democrats are becoming skeptical of the attacks on modern sporting rifles.

Rep. Kurt Schrader (D., OR.) told Politico, when referring to the Left’s latest gun ban attempt;

“This is a bill that destroyed the Democrats in ‘94. I guess, do we really have a death wish list as Democrats?” “It undermines what we already did and reemphasizes to all the people in America that are not hardcore urban Democrats that our party’s out of touch.”

Their anti-gun fear campaign is failing, but that’s all they have.

The 2nd Amendment is not a privilege. It’s your right.


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MICHAEL J

The framers knew that someday, someone
would do exactly what they built in safeguards in the Constitution for.
Unfortunately they didn’t take in account lifetime career politicians, communists and anti-gun zealots to undermine this sacred document. Still it’s done a remarkable job holding back tyrants, but for how much longer?

Jonesy

You mean what F…ing Joe Biden and Handlers are attempting to carry out.

swmft

they are trying to close the deal from fdr , government in full control stalin and fdr great pair

swmft

they dont believe in your rights ,just theirs

Wild Bill

Suppression, oppression, repression!

Bigfootbob

You’re exactly correct. Notice every time ANY DIM says the word DEMOCRACY they always say “OUR” before. The dimocRAT term “Our Democracy” doesn’t mean what they try to imply. Besides as everyone here with the exception of the resident scholar from Az, knows we are not a “Democracy.”

musicman44mag

If they would have listened to Rush or Lars they would know we are a republic. I sure miss Limbaugh.

USMC0351Grunt

They would have known this much further back had they just read the founding documents and our (The People’s) contract with the government. Then again most left wingers are either agnostic, atheist or in some form just don’t believe in God therefore they can’t understand rights that are endowed by God.

musicman44mag

So totally understood. Nice to hear from you again.

Almost lost me the other day. Went to the doctor short of breath, BPM was at 30 going into 28. Sent me to the hospital and got a pace maker so Ammoland will have to suffer with my opinionated opinions a little longer. LOL

Glad to be above ground.
Semper Fidelis

Oldman

Glad you are still above ground. We would miss you if you were’t. Hope you continue on for a good long while./

musicman44mag

Thank you so much. I appreciate your concern and positive comment. Take care.

musicman44mag

Thank you so much for the kind words and wishes. I hope you are right and I will be here for awhile.

Ope

Music, I’m sure glad you’re OK too. You take care of yourself bro!

USMC0351Grunt

Damn son glad they could find a mechanism to keep you above ground! I too just returned from the ER after sucking wind. In my neck of the woods I had to drive 90 miles to get to the ER because there were no clinics with doctors in this neck of the woods in the local fire departments ambulance was already out on a run. They ended up putting me on an albuterol breathing contraption and issuing steroids for the next 5 days on top of the inhalers. Every time I get one step closer to the grave I look… Read more »

musicman44mag

Thank you. I am only minutes from a small triage hospital but needed to go to portland to have the procedure done. It’s so bad all over that I almost had to go out of state. People in Kommiefornia are coming up here for procedures, people here are going to Idaho where I almost went. It’s crazy what the covid and the government has done to our health system. Have to get the dam shot in order to work. No wonder people are leaving and going to South Dakota, Florida and other free states. Sorry you had that breathing problem… Read more »

Wild Bill

It might be time to scale back that weight lifting regimen that you keep.

musicman44mag

Lol. Right now I am not allowed to raise my elbow higher than my shoulder or lift anything heavy so about the only weight lifting I am doing is my fork to my mouth.

Green Mtn. Boy

After the Bruen decision the civilian disarmament proponents better be ready for a restoration of the 2 nd. as it was written and intended because they are going to be taking it in the shorts for years down the road.

Wild Bill

I hope that the civilian disarmament proponents are not ready for a restoration of the Second Amendment, as it was intended, and never design an effective response. The gun grabbers have been denying our Rights for over a hundred years.

swmft

the court is going to have to put a foot up the asses of most government employees, and fire many for cause ,the justice department is more than broken,it has been weaponized…dont know what kind of vaccination will need to be given to fix that but you can be sure they will not like it

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USMC0351Grunt

Or do you mean that, We The People better get ready to pay the government’s portion of fighting the many lawsuits that will occur against them due to our apathy and complacency in the first place?

Bigfootbob

As a resident of the left coast, I am SHOCKED, there is a dimocRAT in OreGONE, let alone one whose district included South Portland, who dares to utter the truth about guns. I’m sure when our resident musical fellow from OreGONE chimes in, he’ll tell us more about Rep. Schrader. I do know this, the folks living in the insane asylum known as the Pugetopolis area of the Soviet of Washington, the uber commies who suffer terminal White guilt, (Seattle is 66% White/7.06% Black), are buying lots of guns. Imagine that? Seattle has a Fentanyl Gang problem, before the Fentanyl… Read more »

TNJEWBOY

“An armed society is a polite society.”. Robert A. Heinelin

If we hand in our guns to the government either piecemeal or all at once what will protect us from the government?

USMC0351Grunt

Realize that should the United States succumb to such stupidity, there isn’t enough “government” to hand in all of our guns too!

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Boom

No, but theres enough 2000lb bombs, and enough viral agents to hand your firearms to…

Boom

Aliens?

DDS

Another example of not so honest polling is a question like “Are you in favor of stricter gun laws?” with no follow up to see what the person knows about existing gun laws, and what they mean by stricter gun laws. Give that ambiguous question, even I am in favor of “stricter gun laws.” I favor laws that require mandatory sentencing of 10 – 20 – life for what they call “gun violence.” 10 years minimum if in possession of a firearm while committing a violent felony, 20 years if you use it, life if someone is actually shot. Those… Read more »

WeWereWarned

Do you support sentence enhancements for the use of other weapons in a crime, or is it only the Constitutional protected guns, that you want the government to harm folks over. Murder is murder, no matter the weapon involved. Robbery is robbery no matter the weapon involved. The only reason to bring up the weapon used is if you want to stigmatize that weapon. I carry a gun in gun free zones to make sure my wife and kids are safe. In your unAmerican eyes, a socialist enforcer could try to safely harm me over my natural rights, and then… Read more »

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USMC0351Grunt

In this respect I much adore rocker Ted Nugent’s take on things. Rather than let the thug that beat an 86 year old woman senseless within an inch of her life he would much rather put a 38 to the thug’s head and pull the trigger. Rather than seeing what we just recently seen as a felon was consistently released from prison for multiple violent crimes to return to the streets and kidnap and murder someone… Hang them in the public square for people to see so that the message gets loud and clear, DO NOT DO THIS! Let’s society… Read more »

Gdubb

A poll shows 59% of respondents favor a semi-auto ban? Did the pollsters sit outside a Panera Bread location in San Francisco or something?

USMC0351Grunt

Dan realizing that most of us understand that you are a highly respected writer, you’re constant use of the term, “Modern Sporting Rifle” or MSR really does play into a negative or anti-gun agenda type narrative about an AR or AK style rifle. By all means always and I mean always feel free to report the truth and use the proper terminologies as you usually do.

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BarbaraStewart

I don’t support all more stringent gun laws. I even vote for allowing, for example, teachers to wear guns because I don’t see another way to protect kids.

USMC0351Grunt

You might want to backtrack your thinking after the Uvalde issue where you had 400 plus law enforcement officers and federal agents with guns outside the school, NOT going in after the shooter because mostly management problems. You put a firearm on mostly an untrained teacher that has no combat or law enforcement experience in a firefight scenario, you are literally asking for more trouble in the larger percentages of teachers allowed to carry guns. Also remember these are the very same teachers that are being fought against by parents for indoctrinating children rather than teaching them the fundamental basics.… Read more »

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Boom

Hi Ms. Stewart.

I like the way you say, “wear guns” … Terminology of a ‘better’ time…

Wild Bill

Allow? What would you say if I told you that teachers have a prepolitical Constitutionally recognized Right to carry a firearm during the teaching day?

Boom

I’m depressed….some might say, miserable.