Just how deceptive can a person be?

The creator of such notably erudite television programming, such as Family Guy, tweeted the following after the heinous shooting in Orlando:

These shootings are a regular occurrence. You don’t get to be “shocked” anymore unless you take action to stop them. Ban automatic weapons.

Seth McFarland’s intellectually illiterate comments are illustrative of the larger mindset of the gun control industry: either they are actually ignorant regarding the very topic they get the vapors about…..or they think that YOU are ignorant enough not to see their willful conflation of one item with another; a tactic designed to convince the bleating sheep that their propaganda passes muster. If their argument had any merit whatsoever, they wouldn’t have to resort to such tactics, now would they?

Never forget, this is the strategy laid out years ago:

“Assault weapons’ menacing looks, coupled with the public’s confusion over fully-automatic machine guns versus semi-automatic assault weapons –anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to be a machine gun– can only increase the chance of public support for restrictions on these weapons.” – Josh Sugarmann, gun control magnate



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