Lies and deception—It’s their culture

From The More You Know.

From Brady United (formerly The Brady Campaign):

Steve Kerr thought bad things happened to other people – that his life was impenetrable, and that his family was immune to everything. Steve was consumed by basketball, but his life changed forever instantly when his father was senselessly shot and murdered outside his office.

That’s why Steve is working with Brady to elect gun safety champions. He knows that preventing pain and devastation for thousands of families across the country depends on stopping Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump’s inaction on gun violence.

From John Richardson:

Now you may be thinking that Kerr’s dad was the victim of a robbery or a school shooting given he was murdered outside his office.

And you would be wrong.

Kerr’s father, Professor Malcolm Kerr was a political scientist whose specialty was the Middle East. He had taught at the American University of Beirut. Professor Kerr continued his career at UCLA where he went on to become chairman of the political science department and then dean of the division of social sciences. Then in 1982 he returned to the American University of Beirut as its president.

1980s Beirut was a dangerous place with Maronite Christians, Druze, Sunni Muslims, and Shiite Muslims all vying for power. You could throw in the Palestinians, the Syrians, and the Iranians into the mix as well for good measure. If you were an American or other westerner in Beirut, you were a target. Kidnappings were rife along with murders and assassinations.

Professor Malcolm Kerr was just such a target as he was the head of one of the most prestigious institutions affiliated with America in Lebanon. On January 19, 1984, two gunmen fired two shots into the back of his head from a silenced pistol as he walked to his office.

Can anyone explain how “gun safety champions” elected in the U.S. could have prevented this tragedy?

Actually, don’t bother. It’s just another example of their their culture of lies and deception.


4 thoughts on “Lies and deception—It’s their culture

  1. Steve Kerr is a self serving hypocrite.
    His views on freedom and the second amendment are quite clear.
    When asked about China and their treatment of Hong Kong and its people, he would not offer his thoughts or opinions because he wasn’t ‘educated on the situation’ enough to do so.
    His brand of Social Justice can be shoved up his ass for all I care.

  2. The total irony of watching one side of the left trying to stay relevant.(Brady). While Communist Lives Matter/ Antifa wing pushes the Overton window of law and order way passed them.The morons at Brady still think if they can get a law passed, everyone is going to just obey it?
    When everyone with a gun knows no one else is obeying the law? Imagine their surprise when we start playing Cowboys and Communist!
    Were going to defeat Trump and pass a law! And that’s going to stop radical Hadji’s from making suppressed 22’s and assassinating people! It’s like watching Special Olympics Politics.

  3. Yep, Kerr’s version of “doing something” is like lowering the speed limit on Main Street because people are street racing on the River Road just out of town.
    The purpose of this whole process is to steadily increase the restraints on the populace until they kick, and then say, “See? You can’t trust people to obey the laws we pass for their own safety. We need even more restrictive laws and places to put the lawbreakers.”

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