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Shoot the Left Wing Demonstrators Says the NRA…But Buy Our Insurance First

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

 

July 1, 2017

 

By now, most people have seen the creepy, menacing NRA ad by TV and talk radio host Dana Loesch. Over footage of street rioting, she intones:

 

“They use their media to assassinate real news. They use their schools to teach children that their president is another Hitler…[they] smash windows, burn cars, shut down interstates and airports, bully and terrorize the law-abiding — until the only option left is for the police to do their jobs and stop the madness…The only way we stop this, the only way we save our country and our freedom, is to fight this violence of lies with the clenched fist of truth. I’m the National Rifle Association of America, and I’m freedom’s safest place.”

 

No wonder, Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. tweeted “I think the @NRA is telling people to shoot us.”

 

This is not the first time the NRA has used images of rioting minorities and left wingers to grow members.

 

Ten years ago, an NRA brochure called “Freedom in Peril,” (pictured) leaked to the press, shows an Aryan nation under siege by “illegal alien gangs” and darker peoples and homeowners defending themselves by shooting from their rooftops.

 

The 27 page brochure attacked Hillary Clinton, Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Charles Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Michael Bloomberg, Katie Couric, Michael Moore, George Soros, Rosie O’Donnell and even the United Nations. (“The U.N. represents the world’s wealthiest and most organized enemy of the very freedoms our nation offers to all. They’ve already been successful in orchestrating gun bans in once-free countries like England, Australia, Canada and South Africa.”)

 

PLAYING BOTH SIDES OF THE STREET

 

At NGVAC we have pointed out for five years how the NRA plays both sides of the street—fighting laws to keep “bad guys” from getting guns and then yelling to the rooftop set “the bad guys have guns” to sell more guns.

 

Dana Loesch’s ad is another example of playing both side of the street. Before you shoot those demonstrators says Loesch in a simultaneous ad for Carry GuardTM, buy NRA insurance.

 

“The truth is, right behind your firearm, your second most important self-defense protection is a rock-solid carry policy,” Loesch says. “Today’s America is the most lawsuit-happy culture in the history of the world. And gun owners face the extra threat of widespread bias and misunderstanding. In this environment, if you are going to carry a firearm in self-defense, you have no choice but to find the strongest, most comprehensive coverage from the most trusted name you can find.”

 

After you shoot these demonstrators, the NRA’s Carry GuardTM will provide you “immediate access as needed to supplementary payments for bail, bonds, legal retainer fees, firearm replacement, compensation while in court, psychological support and cleanup costs,” says Loesch.

 

Yes, the same “clenched fist of truth” that is “freedom’s safest place” will also sell you insurance.

Does Carrying a Gun Make Someone "See" Trouble? In These Recent Cases, Yes!

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

guns_everywhereEveryone has heard the expression, “if the only tool you have is a hammer, everything will look like a nail.” As lethal shootings continue to find self-deputized armed citizens in court, the saying apparently applies to “carriers.” Once vigilante-style cop wannabas are armed, anyone from a kid carrying Skittles or playing music too loud to someone texting his daughter or throwing popcorn at the movie theater looks like a “bad guy” to be shot and killed.

Last spring, anti-gun violence author and activist Heidi Yewman explored the psychology of carrying a gun in a widely read online diary called “My Month With a Gun.” Yewman, author of Beyond the Bullet decided to buy and carry a Glock 9mm handgun because she “wondered what would it be like to be that good guy with a gun. What would it be like to get that gun, live with that gun, be out and about with that gun.”

Procuring a gun was easy. “The whole thing took 7 minutes. As a gratified consumer, I thought, ‘Well, that was easy.’ Then the terrifying reality hit me, ‘Holy hell, that was EASY.’ Too easy. I still knew nothing about firearms,” wrote Yewman. Both the gun dealer who sold Yewman her Glock and a policeman she randomly asked for help in ascertaining if there were bullets in the chamber, knew she was walking around with a lethal weapon she knew nothing about. Hey, this is America!

Soon owning the Glock changed Yewman’s actual thinking. “Before I had a gun, I would go to sleep thinking about what I’d make for dinner tomorrow or how to help my son on a project or remind myself to pay a bill I’d forgotten. With a gun, all I thought about were the sounds I heard at night. I would lie awake thinking: ‘Is someone breaking in? How fast can I get to the gun? Will they hear me? How much time do I have before they get to my bedroom? What if they go to my son’s room first? Will I shoot them in the face or heart or stomach?'”

Seeing trouble because you are armed is a new and deadly theme seen in recent gun violence. In the last year, gun owners have killed their own family members, new neighbors, stranded motorists and an Alzheimer victim thinking them “intruders.”

Curtis Reeves, a retired police officer accused of killing Chad Oulson and wounding his wife Nicole at a movie theater in Wesley Chapel, Florida apparently thought his life was threatening by another patron texting and throwing popcorn. Defendant Michael Dunn discharged his concealed weapon nine times allegedly killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis because he felt “threatened” by loud music. Dunn did not mention seeing a weapon to his fiancée after the shooting, according to court testimony, nor did he even report the shooting to police. Chalk one up to civilian justice! George Zimmerman, of course, was threatened by murdered teen Trayvon Martin even though it was Zimmerman who had the gun. And almost every week armed road ragers shoot at other motorists because they feel “threatened” when cut off in traffic.

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