The message could not be more clear. A citizen exercising his or her Constitutionally guaranteed right is a scary threat. And even if they don't have bad intent, they're just not competent enough to have guns. Why, at another event in Arizona, someone dropped a gun, Dr. Nancy tells us, the implication being none of us can be trusted.
Chris Matthews ratchets up the hand-wringing to…I don't want to call it “hardball” because it's more like throwing rocks:
Evidently the only thing Matthews “objectively” thinks should be on a citizen's leg is a “furrowing” feeling.
And what happened to this assertion?
I don't question motive…It's the worst thing you can do in journalism is try to figure out motive. There's no way to determine it.
What did he just do throughout this “interview” with gun owner William Kostric?
We see what's going on, right? A supposed “watchdog” press demanding to know why a citizen dares exercise his rights…? With the implication that We the People can't be trusted to be either moral or competent…?
And the further implication that the only ones who can be trusted work for the government…?
Well the times, they are a changin'. Read more
Source: Gun Rights Examiner
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