Monday, July 25, 2011

Joyce Foundation Puppets, Media Matters, Lie About Guns

So the puppet 'News' source, Media matters, bought and paid for by the Anti-gun Joyce Foundation, makes up facts and terminology to try and push for more restrictions in the US.
"Ruger Mini-14 assault rifle"
Uh, no. Standard ploy from the VPC to deliberately confuse the public. iow, lying.
Under Federal Assault Weapons Ban in place in the United States between 1994 and 2004, magazines of greater than ten rounds were banned
Uh, no. They weren't. To say so is either ignorance or lying. We've seen the precedent.

So even w/ a tragedy like this, they can't find any other way other than to lie and deliberately mislead the public to push their anti-gun agenda.



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2 comments:

Kurt "45superman" Hofmann said...

I also like this gem from CSGV:

Hearst investigation confirms that Mexican drug cartel guns are coming from U.S. gun stores & gun shows.

The "research" seems to have consisted of reading Feinstein's highly questionable (to put it politely) "report," it glosses over the fact that the "70%" figure refers to the percentage of guns successfully traced, meaning that the actual percentage is under 16%, and ignores the fact that "gunwalked" guns are part of that total.

Oh--and contrary to CSGV's claim, the Hearst article never arguess that the "U.S. gun flow" is from, as CSGV puts it, "U.S. gun stores and gun shows." LOTS of "U.S. sourced" guns in Mexico came with full State Department approval.

How many lies can they fit in one short sentence? It's kinda impressive, really.

Kurt "45superman" Hofmann said...

Oops--"argues"--not "arguess." Sorry.

Their lies annoy me to the point that I start talking like Golumn (or typing like him, anyway).