President Obama, upon releasing his unconstitutional imperial edicts concerning the God-given rights of hundreds of millions of Americans, attempted to showcase a pathetic façade of transparency after-the-fact. Appearing on CNN to explain his anti-Second Amendment executive actions in a town hall-style setting, Obama parroted his tired justifications and insistences that government intervention is needed to save lives.
What he failed to adequately address throughout the entirety of the program, however, was how his executive actions would keep anyone any safer, how these ideas were compatible with the Second Amendment and how issuing executive orders were compatible with the Constitution’s separation of powers.
He did, however, spend copious amounts of time attempting to paint the National Rifle Association (NRA) as being complicit in the deaths of Americans for daring to stand in defense of American civil rights.
The NRA has had enough and to show that they are unafraid of Barack Obama and his hollow rhetoric, the NRA’s chief, Wayne LaPierre, has challenged President Obama directly to a one-on-one debate on the issue.
“I’ll meet you for a one-on-one, one-hour debate — with a mutually agreed moderator — on any network that will take it,” LaPierre declared in the latest NRA video.
“No pre-screened questions and no gasbag answers. Americans will judge for themselves who they trust and believe on this issue — you or the NRA.”
In a brutal 8-minute rebuke of the tyrannous president and his unconscionable violations of our rights, LaPierre makes it clear that he and the NRA are unafraid of discussion as facts are their side while Obama relies upon scare tactics and empty rhetoric.
It’s unlikely that Obama will accept as the entirety of his despotic agenda relies upon lies that cannot withstand a modicum of scrutiny. Much more at ease issuing unconstitutional edicts than engaging in substantive debate, we’re more likely to see pigs flying than Obama accepting a challenge that would lead to a two-way conversation.
The below video is a scathing condemnation of the anti-gun agenda and Barack Obama himself and though it may be a tad lengthy is well worth the time to watch.