A security guard at the Family Research Council headquarters in Washington, D.C., was shot in the arm by a gunman who sources said expressed disagreement with the conservative group's policy positions.When we see antigun groups supporting violence and hate against firearm owners (who they associate w/ 'conservatives'), we see who the enablers are here.
Update: After several hours of calling their opponents 'right wing hacks', traitors, mentally unstable and sick, they finally comment on the FRC shooting. It's the NRA's fault.
UPDATE II: And now that it's been confirmed it was against the FRC's political stance, not another mention. If this were even rumored to be NRA involved or 'right wing', they would be tweeting up a storm demanding gun bans and action. But that doesn't fit the narrative.
Update III: The benefit of doubt for motive is given.