The Second Amendment Isn’t Partisan

The Second Amendment Isn’t Partisan

The mainstream media is beginning to notice something President Joe Biden’s (D) team refuses to see. “All his life, Jabril Battle was anti-gun. Then came the pandemic, the lockdown, the shortages and a feeling that at any moment, things could blow. Battle bought a Beretta.” –The Washington Post “Six months ago, Svetlana Kim was so scared of guns, she couldn’t even look at an image of one without feeling anxious … . That all changed when something scarier came along. Months into the pandemic, people who looked like Kim were being shoved and kicked to the ground, punched, stabbed and slashed, while doing everyday activities like walking around the neighborhood, shopping and riding buses and trains … . On March 3, Kim went from being a ‘really anti-gun person’ to the new owner of a Springfield Armory handgun.” – Time This, of course, isn’t the sudden change the media is pretending it is. Anyone who has traveled a little—maybe competing in some type of shooting sport—knows gun ownership is and has been diverse. It just seems to be getting more so. What these Left-leaning media outlets are reacting to is the startling fact—to them, not to the members of the NRA—that more of the voters who usually swallow their brand of politics are buying guns for self-defense. The numbers outlining this trend are compelling. A survey of 104 retailers covering the first six months of 2020, done by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), found that gun sales to […]

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