The rhetoric is flying, and one Texas politician is putting a CNN anchor in their place as the media tries to make the situation about them.
The mainstream media spent the entire week demonizing Republicans and gun owners.
Joy Reid, an unstable MSNBC anchor, for example, began making all kinds of assertions.
“You can’t even hunt with an AR-15 because you’d have nothing to bring home and hang on your wall and yet it is easier to buy one than it is to rent a car, something an 18-year-old can’t even do, but that’s what our kids risk facing every day, and, please, please spare me the don’t politicize this BS because these deaths, these record numbers of Americans slaughters are political,” she ranted.
Reid has obviously never gone wild hog hunting. To be honest, before these journalists make any comments about guns, they should definitely ask someone who has handled one in real life, not just in a video game.
“Let’s do something because their tolerance for blood and the NRA’s tolerance for slaughter are bottomless. As is the grief and the torture that the parents of slaughtered children and slaughtered grandmas and shoppers and bible study parishioners, all the slaughtered Americans will feel every day for the rest of their lives. So honestly, to hell with anybody who says don’t politicize this because these deaths, until we change until we stop letting this minority of ghouls rule us, this is who we are,” she added.
Joe Scarborough denounced the AR-15 during a segment on Morning Joe, but added, “to kick down your door and take away your gun!” No, nobody’s talking about that.”
Oh, yeah? Well, I remember Biden saying he wouldn’t force people to get vaccinated, and we all know how that worked out.
However, it was on CNN that one of their hosts tried to lecture a Texas Republican congressman about how hhe could approve pro-life measures, but not gun bills, and he corrected her.
He said, “We have this thing called the Constitution.”
Notice how the CNN host acted as if her speech had him pinned to the wall.