How do we, as American patriots, counter the left’s absurdly anti-Second Amendment rhetoric? With firepower, of course!
To counter the left’s relentless crusade to separate citizens from their God-given, constitutionally-protected rights, we should all be willing to exercise our rights or otherwise say goodbye to them.
In a recent case during a segment on MSNBC, those who support the right to bear arms literally countered the left’s rhetoric with firepower—by drowning-out the MSNBC commentary with the sound of gunfire.
During an on-scene report, MSNBC Reporter Kerry Sanders broadcast from a gun range where, as one might predict, the sound of gunfire rang out.
Sanders pointed to the firearm enthusiasts and noted that “There are lots of folks here who believe that Second Amendment in this country is under attack.” A few seconds later, the shooting started and it disrupted the broadcast.
The transcript went something like this:
I’m right now at Reno Guns and Range. And I put myself here because as you see over my should here, there are lots of folks here who believe that Second Amendment in this country is under attack. And they’re saying that [inaudible] — A short distance away later today [ inaudible] Donald Trump [inaudible] — protect the Second Amendment.
All the Republicans support [inaudible] — Donald Trump has said in speeches past, he supports the First Amendment and he supports the Second Amendment. [Inaudible] — from the crowd when he says that. As we look [inaudible] — focusing on Ted Cruz, saying in a tweet earlier today, saying, “Wow, was Ted Cruz disrespectful to his very capable director of communications. He used him as a scapegoat. Fired like a dog. [Inaudible] — Talking about [Inaudible] Ted Cruz has fired his spokesman. We’re probably going to hear a lot more later today. [Inaudible.] Andrea?
When Andrea Mitchell came back, she noted,
“Well, Kerry, I’m afraid we could not hear most of that because the fire power was a little too great. Sorry, we didn’t know you were going to be there today.”
I’m not sure what he thought would happen. The left is often mistaken about guns and the details surrounding them, but even the most-liberal commentators must understand that firearms “go boom,” right?
There is an allegory to be observed here: how does one drown-out the noise from the left concerning the right that protects all others?
By engaging with that right and exercising it without apologies.