Why Does Congress Tolerate Ignorant Reporters?

Well, one dumb question deserves another. The rest of the article is behind a subscription wall, but here’s the public part:

The guns used by the three Rockaway men who shot two police officers nearly two weeks ago came from Virginia, as the majority of guns used on local streets do. You would think that it would be relatively easy for local police agencies such as the NYPD to track weapons used to commit a crime, but it is not.

Wouldn’t the fact that they know the guns are from Virginia indicate that the NYPD was able to trace them easily? I don’t know what the rest of the article is, but if this is any indication, it’s no doubt filled with misleading statements about the nature of the Tiahrt amendment, which is supported by both BATFE and the Fraternal Order of Police.

3 Responses to “Why Does Congress Tolerate Ignorant Reporters?”

  1. straightarrow says:

    But, but, but, you actually thought logically about it and determined that what they said couldn’t be true about not being able to trace the guns, since they did trace them. You cheated! You thought! For shame!

    They don’t need no stinking thought if their emotional needs are met.

  2. Mr. Bruce says:

    Considering the title of the post, you might want to fix the misspelling of ‘ignorant’…

  3. Sebastian says:

    Ooops… didn’t notice the typo. Fixed