The media tells us that mass murder is common and armed defense is rare. Our tiny screens don’t tell us the truth.
The lengths the media went to smear the Freedom Convoys should be a heads-up for Second Amendment supporters about the importance of optics.
The phony claim that America has a “gun crisis” must be confronted head-on.
The mainstream media feeds us propaganda. They don’t want us to know that gun ownership is widespread and that armed defense is common. The propaganda starts at the top.
This is a war. A war being thrust upon you by several different divisions of the same anti gun, enemy army of freedom hating sycophants.
In defending Chipman, the Washington Post editorial board lied big time.
Yahoo News published an article that reads like a press release from the gun-control organizations. They quote opinion as fact while hiding the truth about gun owners in the US.
Politicians sell favors to special interests. Democrats said police are racist.. and police should decide who may go armed.
Joy Behar spread harmful misinformation about how to use a firearm in self-defense – and we need to call her out over it.
Remember the virtue of an armed society. You stopped mass murder and saved lives. Let’s look back a few months and see what you did.
We saw two horrific examples of mass murder in the last few weeks. Gun-control failed, and Democrat politicians called for more of the same.
The unlawful acts of some anti-government lawbreakers have set back the gun rights movement and you are to blame.
Our view of violence is wildly distorted. The media feeds us the biases of their selected audience spiced with violence and sexual scandal.
“The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly— it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over.” ~
For an “expert” on relationships, Amy also seems unusually quick to suggest a father throw a beloved daughter out of his home for taking the responsible, adult step of seeing to her own protection.
Apparently, unbeknownst to the candidate and her media sycophants, the federal government already prohibits the importation of so-called “assault weapons.”
CNN reporters piously wring their hands over the fact that a twelve-year-old student, Nate Holley, had grabbed a baseball bat and vowed to “go down fighting”.
Seeking to explain how the government could oppress the population to this extent, he unwittingly managed to explain why America’s founding fathers saw fit to enshrine the right to keep and bear arms.
NYT editors grace us with such pearls of wisdom, like: “The bigger the bullet, the bigger the hole.”
Why have there been any more school murders in the USA since the attack at Columbine High School two decades ago? Violent attacks aren’t a mystery so why haven’t we stopped them?