Deception and lies

Yet another example of what the anti-gun people have to do to gain traction:

Watching the video, you hear Katie ask, “If there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorist from walking into, say, a licensed gun dealer and purchasing a gun?” The camera then shows the group members TOTALLY SILENT FOR EIGHT SECONDS. The camera zooms in on one member, who looks down.

The clear implication is that none of the group had an answer for that question and was being evasive and avoiding eye contact.

The truth is, and as you will hear in the audio, below, that the group responded to Katie immediately, with answers to her question! Yet the video shows no one responding. Clearly, when Katie didn’t get the answer(s) she wanted, she changed the group’s answers by replacing them with other video of the group sitting around quietly between questions.

It’s been an integral part of their culture for decades.


2 thoughts on “Deception and lies

  1. If the anti-rights crowd didn’t lie, they wouldn’t have an argument.

  2. I think it was either Bob Owens or Larry Correia who said the only way any gun rights people should agree to an interview with anyone in the legacy media is to insist on their own audio and video recording to run concurrently. It prevents this type of bullshit editing.

    Of course, when I’ve seen others insisting on this, the media outlet inexplicably cancels the interview.

Comments are closed.