In last week’s news link we covered a tweet from CSGV of a protest outside the office of Virginia State Senator John Edwards:
Photo of CSGV Protest at @Edwards4VA‘s Office Today w/ STV Star City & Blue Ridge Coalition Against GV #p2 #VA #tcot pic.twitter.com/ICEibpKwdI
â€” CSGV (@CSGV) September 3, 2015
It would seem the local CBS affiliate in southwest Virginia has turned that fantastic crowd of people into “dozens” of protestors. To be fair, it looks like there were one or two more people than are showing in CSGV’s picture, but that doesn’t raise the number to even a dozen, let alone “dozens.” That implies a crowd of at least 24, and more realistically 36. You don’t have 24 people at that protest. The gun control movement would have died years ago if they didn’t have the media willfully helping them drive their preferred narratives.
4 thoughts on “How to Turn Six into Dozens”
“Law abiding citizens pass background checks”
The POS who killed those two people passed a background check. Irony? Stupidity? Dishonesty? I can’t tell which it is anymore.
“The gun control movement would have died years ago if they didnâ€™t have the media willfully helping them drive their preferred narratives.”
Yeah, I’ve thought that too. It might even be more correct to say that today the core of the gun-control movement IS the media.
Look closely at the CSGV signs – all the lettering on the signs is the same two colors. The O’s, g’s and B’s are all in the same handwriting, and the poster boards are all the same size. As usual, not one of them could be bothered to make their own sign. I would ventur a bet they all got a free lunch, shirt, & transportation for showing up, much like their Harrisburg, PA rallies. Grassroots? I don’t think so!
I counted 8 for sure, maybe 9. One in the background was barely visible and may have just been a random person and not a protester.
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