The Racist Roots of Gun Control

The Racist Roots of Gun Control

And it’s why you won’t hear Joy Behar tell the lazy, brainless geese at home and in her studio audience about.

To address her ignorance directly, note widely available information you’d think someone with a show dealing with national issues on ABC would know about. Per the National Shooting Sports Foundation from two years ago:

“The highest overall firearm sales increase comes from Black men and women who show a 58.2 percent increase in purchases during the first six months of 2020 versus the same period last year.”

The biggest concern I’ve seen raised in “pro-gun” circles is people wondering if they’re going to undercut their rights by continuing to vote for gun-grabbing Democrats.

The slander that “conservative” gun owners are racist and want to deny rights to minorities is an old, tired talking point that’s been proven false many times over the years. Rights advocates support their full exercise by all peaceable people. It’s when the marginalized can be singled out for special exclusions that tyranny gains a foothold, like what “commonsense gun safety law” fanatic Michael Bloomberg wanted to do when he advocated special age limitations for minorities (and then tried to suppress the evidence).

That’s why you don’t hear major network media telling its audiences about “The Racist Roots of Gun Control,” or the Deacons for Defense. It’s why they’re silent when Hunter Biden enjoys “privileges and immunities” denied to Black men who also possess illegally obtained guns.