National Rifle Association (NRA) CEO Wayne LaPierre appeared on Fox News Thursday night and blasted liberal hypocrisy. Gun control is once again the topic on everyone’s mind.
Democrats screech the loudest, but their complaints about gun regulations shouldn’t be taken seriously.
“This Hollywood crowd makes billions a year, every single day, teaching gun irresponsibility to the American public. The hypocrisy is beyond belief,” LaPierre told Sean Hannity.
“They criticize me for saying people ought to be able to protect themselves from murders, rapists and robbers, and then they make billions depicting every night those same situations. The hypocrisy coming out of Hollywood is beyond belief. The American public doesn’t buy into it.”
Hollywood glorifies gun violence. Most of the movies released in America are drenched with bloody gun battles.
The devastation that deranged maniac Stephen Paddock wrought on the Route 91Harvest festival was absolutely horrific. That doesn’t mean, however, that we should let the government trample on our second amendment rights.
The NRA’s response to the tragedy was to admit that bump stocks should be looked into again. “We didn’t say ban, we didn’t say confiscate,” LaPierre clarified.
Gun control is a losing proposition. The Las Vegas massacre inspired people to arm themselves.
(Source: The Hill)