What it shows though is the power of setting the narrative, and that’s done in print on paper, even in these days of the Internet.
And The New York Times and their cronies control it and do it. Despite reality, despite the ludicrous absurdity of their claims about so-called assault weapons that can’t even be defined, they were able to twist the national civil-rights debate about guns into a knot for ten years, and then only fess up ten years later. Two decades lost to mythology — by “the paper of record.”
It’s time to prosecute the perpetrators.—Joe]