Is the Brady Campaign and anti-gun lobby responsible for the death of three police officers in Pennsylvania?
According to the Brady Campaign, the perpetrator of that attack, became violent because he believed that his rights were going to be infringed upon.
I can’t imagine what would have made him come to believe that.
“At the very least, require Brady background checks for all gun sales restrict military-style assault weapons to the military and law enforcement and help law enforcement crack down on corrupt gun sellers.” –Paul Helmke
“Well, as President Obama indicated during the campaign, there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make, and among them would be to reinstitute the ban on the sale of assault weapons. I think that will have a positive impact in Mexico, at a minimum.”–Eric Holder
“The last thing this city, or any other area as besieged by gangs and guns as Chicago is needs is another ‘fad; firearm such as the so-called “pocket rocket” that is said to be gaining much popularity among street gang members. –Rod Blagojevich
I could go on…but at one time or another, they’ve called for bans on big guns, small guns, medium guns, shotguns, semi-autos, bolt actions, etc etc etc…
If this guy really did go off his rocker because he believed that people are out to get his guns…it seems to me that the blame should fall squarely at the feet of the anti-gun lobby in this country.
Inspired by Thirdpower who noted the contradiction, but didn’t take the thought to it’s logical conclusion.