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CSGV Taken to Task by Daily Caller

Looks like Coalition to Stop Gun Ownership Communication Director Ladd Everitt is continuing his very best Baghdad Bob impersonation, this time denying to the Daily Caller that Fast and Furious has had all that much impact on people’s lives.

Coalition spokesman Ladd Everitt argued that there was no evidence for The Daily Caller to report that “[t]here are hundreds of Mexican citizens who were murdered with weapons the Obama administration gave to cartels through Fast and Furious and two American law enforcement officers — Brian Terry and Jaime Zapata — were killed with Fast and Furious guns.”

Everitt argued that he didn’t think there is “actual trace and ballistics evidence to prove that conclusively.”

So we can count on the National Coalition to Ban Handguns to drop its support for ballistics databases then? I mean, since it doesn’t work and all. But this is further proof that their phony baloney concern for gun violence is nothing but a ruse. I never thought I’d see the day when “gun violence prevention” groups covered for an administration aiding and abetting illegal smuggling of firearms. I always knew they were dishonest, but I did not believe they would stoop that low.

5 Responses to “CSGV Taken to Task by Daily Caller”

  1. Robb Allen says:

    Let me help out a bit here.

    Everitt argued that he didn’t think.

    There, FIFY.

  2. TS says:

    But let me guess, there IS conclusive evidence that 90% of cartel guns come from the United States.

  3. denton says:

    Just a moment please.

    Socialists are far left.

    Communists are farther left than that. Practically anything with “workers” or “worker’s party” in the name is affiliated with the Communists. And Hitler was strongly allied with the Communists.

    Nazi is short for National Socialist German Worker’s Party.

    How do you get “far right” out of that? I think calling the Nazis the “far right” is a leftist invention that a lot of people have bought into.

    • A Critic says:

      How do you get “far right” out of that? I think calling the Nazis the “far right” is a leftist invention that a lot of people have bought into.

      Part of that has to do with the Nazi marketing/propaganda. According to “The Vampire Economy” a great many German conservatives bought into Nazism at the beginning and by the time they realized what they had bought they were stuck with it.

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