For years Left-wing Democrats have claimed that when it comes to guns and the Second Amendment, they don’t really want to eliminate the right or take away people’s guns.
A wonderful thing happened the other day that was almost universally ignored by the disgustingly dishonest Pravda media because it ran counter to a couple narratives pushed by the “mainstream” press.
Censorship is very much in the news, with the latest example being the effort by the progressive movement to silence pro-Trump Fox News host Laura Ingraham after a petty social media dustup with a Parkland high school student who champions gun control.
Over the recent Memorial Day holiday, for example, nine people were killed and scores more were wounded in what became part of the deadliest month for the violent city of Baltimore in some 15 years.
In Chicago, meanwhile, 12 people were killed and 43 wounded in various shooting incidents; among the dead was a four-year-old girl.
Anti-gun advocates, meanwhile, have always said the opposite -- that Americans do not have an inherent, constitutional right to "keep and bear arms" (outside of an organized militia), even for self-defense. Many of these people are journalists, by the way.
A former small-town Pennsylvania police chief who posted a number of videos online of himself spewing obscenities about liberal ideologues and their views on the Second Amendment, all while shooting automatic weapons, secretly gave information about people he thought were members of a so-called militia, who he believed were anti-government extremists and people who called themselves "sovereign citizens" to state police and the FBI.
An Army veteran in Texas is fighting for his Second Amendment rights after learning that a misdemeanor pot conviction from 1971 has disqualified him from ever owning a gun.
Left-wing, anti-Second Amendment lawmakers and governors have been working overtime throughout 2013 to take away the supposedly unimpeachable right of their citizens to "keep and bear arms" of their choice.
A federal judge struck down a Maryland law requiring individuals to prove that they have “good and substantial reason” for seeking a handgun carry permit from the state.