Deception is a part of their culture

As I have explained before the anti-gun crowd has a culture of deception.

I’ll bet they are really feeling good about this one:

Parkland parents tricked ex-NRA president into a ‘graduation speech’ to empty chairs representing gun victims

Earlier this month, David Keene, the former president of the National Rifle Association, stood on an outdoor stage in Las Vegas as he addressed thousands of empty white chairs. Keene was rehearsing his speech to the James Madison Academy’s 2021 graduating class.

“Let me begin by telling you what an honor it is to be here to help celebrate your graduation,” Keene, 76, said. “There are some who will continue to fight to gut the Second Amendment, but I’d be willing to bet that many of you will be among those who stand up and prevent them from succeeding.”

But the 3,044 white chairs he faced were never meant to be filled. The private online high school? It never existed.

It was all a carefully organized stunt.

Lies. It is all they can do because the truth is on our side.


3 thoughts on “Deception is a part of their culture

  1. Sun Tzu applies to many things, not just open warfare between kings and countries.

    The more I learn about covert war and political competition between factions at all levels, particularly in “diverse” situations, the more true I realize this is.

  2. I would respond with a lawsuit. They defrauded him out of his airfare, travel expenses, his normal speaking fee, as well as any and all legal expenses.

  3. They had to lie to get what they wanted, taking actions that are unethical, immoral and unscrupulous.

    Seriously, does anyone expect differently from gun control advocates?

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