Is what it will be if this happens..Molon Labe..
On April 1st, a legal gun owner in upstate New York reportedly received an official notice from the state ordering him to surrender any and all weapons to his local police department. The note said that the person’s permit to …
This is somewhat stupid…What do the think protects our Freedoms and Rights? Certainly not the Media!!
Neither do I Ted, neither do I!!
Stupid media. Asinine media. What is wrong with America is epitomized every day you turn a TeeVee on…
Hardball’s Chris Matthews on Thursday again smeared pro-Second Amendment Senators, this time comparing them to “Jim Crow” racists. While talking about GOP politicians who threatened to filibuster the current gun control bill, Matthews spewed, “But you remember when they fought in the early ’60s about, about Jim Crow and getting rid of all those racial things down south where it says white only at the gas station, men’s room and everything?” Talking to journalist Chuck Todd, Matthews continued, “And that was the old states of the confederacy were against any of those changes. But now is there that large a body of Republicans out there that are truly being represented by the don’t-even-vote crowd?” Apparently, Matthews has again forgotten that it was the Democratic Party that represented the segregationist south.
On Wednesday’s All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, host Hayes demonstrated his far left views on big government as he called for raising taxes and increasing Social Security benefits even beyond projected spending increases while guest and liberal MSNBC analyst Jonathan Alter was taking a more moderate position that Democrats should agree to restrain unsustainable growth in spending on the program: “Let me just intervene and register my, I’m not for preserving in amber. I am for pouring more amber in and basically expanding, right? So I think we should expand Social Security.”
World News reporter David Muir on Wednesday aggressively pushed gun control with a recycled, one-sided report on the ease of buying weapons. Muir also failed to identify Omar Samaha, featured prominently in the segment, as the grassroots coordinator for Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. Muir replayed a four-year-old segment of Samaha going to a gun show to purchase weapons from private sellers. The journalist labeled the young man as someone who lost his sister at the Virginia Tech massacre. The correspondent didn’t explain, however, that Samaha is employed professionally with a gun control organization and has worked with Michael Bloomberg to restrict the Second Amendment.
On Tuesday’s Piers Morgan Live, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour claimed that states with strict gun laws have “lower gun crime” and argued for more gun control. By citing “states” she ignored cities like Chicago, which has strict gun laws along with alarming homicide numbers. “The fact of the matter is that in states inside the United States where there are tougher gun laws, there is lower gun crime,” Amanpour stated. She continued, referencing other countries: “in these other countries which have had their own massacres which then took these measures, there has been very little, if not any, gun crime.”
CNN’s Piers Morgan used the stabbing of 14 people at Lone Star College on April 9 to argue that gun laws prevented what could have been a massacre. “[I]isn’t there an argument that this could have been a lot worse if the — if the person carrying the knife had had a gun? I mean, they’d all be dead, these students,” Morgan posed to two students from the college who said they could have prevented the stabbing had they been allowed to carry guns. Morgan ripped their policy as one destined for “total Wild West madness.”
On Thursday, the morning shows on NBC, CBS, and ABC all touted a New York Times Magazine profile of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, an article designed to rehabilitate the Democrat’s image in preparation for a mayoral run in New York City. On NBC’s Today, correspondent Stephanie Gosk explained: “Most people wanted to know whether or not he had learned from his mistakes before they could vote for him. His wife says she forgives him.” Gosk detailed Weiner’s expression of regret for the 2011 sexting scandal that ended his congressional career: “Both Weiner and his wife revealing in their own words how it happened, why it happened, and the damage it caused….Weiner describes the shame and the guilt.” A sound bite was featured of NYT magazine interviewer Jonathan Van Meter sympathetically recalling: “[Weiner's] still wracked with a sort of shame and pain and guilt about it, and – and he cried, I think every time I interviewed him, at some point.”