Quote of the day—Ali Rowhani-Rahbar

The next step is to ask what is the impact on public health and public safety when guns are easier to carry. In a situation where you have a fight, do they contribute to the escalation and make it more lethal?

Ali Rowhani-Rahbar
The number of US adults carrying a loaded handgun every day doubled to an estimated 6 million in just 4 years
[That is the question if you believe all lives are equally important. That is, Ted Bundy, Jeffery Dahmer, Adam Lanza, and others of their ilk have lives just as important as their victims.

A more relevant question is, “Where does government get the moral, legal, and philosophical authority to restrict people from using the best tools available to defend themselves?”

Or if you want to strictly practical, “Can you demonstrate one time or place, throughout all history, where the average person was made safer by restricting access to handheld weapons?” The answer is, of course, no.—Joe]


3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Ali Rowhani-Rahbar

  1. ” Ali Rowhani-Rahbar, a UW epidemiologist who led the new study.”
    Can you say made for the news puff study?
    Treating guns like a virus still, are we? I thought we blew that one out of the water back in Clinton’s day?
    How would anyone know it was 6 million? Could be 60 million and no one would know.
    This kind of reporting is just the communists shooting themselves in the only leg they have left to stand on.
    It’s a good thing Soro and Bloomberg have very low standards. Would you ever put up with that shoddy of work performance?
    This Ali guy sounds like he already sold his soul to Anthony Fauci, cheap.

  2. “Make it more lethal?”

    I’m pretty sure the shit for brains “scientist” doesn’t understand that “lethal” is the apex of damage. It can’t get any worse than that, whether it be from stab wound, blunt force trauma, intracranial hemorrhage, or GSW. Hell in MMA fights they pull off the person on top because serious internal injury can occur if the fighter isn’t restrained.

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