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Hot Mic: Reporters Overheard Slamming NRA Presser, Praising Code Pink Protesters
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http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/20...Protesters

Reporters waiting for the daily State Department press briefing were overheard slamming the NRA press conference for content as well as their inability to control the room. "They [The NRA] basically said it's [the CT shooting] everybody's fault but ours," said one reporter as he lamented that the chair did not mention assault weapons. A woman added that Lisa Fithian and the other code pink protesters "did a really good job." The female reporter praised the Code Pink protesters for having big enough signs to cover the NRA Chair's head to obstruct it from being viewed by the cameras. The group then laughed about the security at the NRA event claiming that the chair was "probably packing" and that surely no one would be "stupid enough" to pull a gun. They also said that the security of the event looked like WWF wrestlers and joked that they probably hit Lisa Fithian with a chair after they dragged her from the room
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Thats the mentality of the left. Always someone else's fault. What grade are they inRolleyes
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It certainly is proof of media bias, despite their claims to the contrary.
Subject matter expert on questions no one's asking.
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PA Rifleman;57680 Wrote:It certainly is proof of media bias, despite their claims to the contrary.

As if any proof was needed.
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Who in their right mind bonds with code pink?
Honestly deserves a big WTF
"In 4 more OMao years you won't like how America looks....I guarantee it."
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Quote:The group then laughed about the security at the NRA event claiming that the chair was "probably packing" and that surely no one would be "stupid enough" to pull a gun.


What I take from that is that they secretly acknowledge the fact that gun ownership keeps us all safer.
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Emptymag;57739 Wrote:What I take from that is that they secretly acknowledge the fact that gun ownership keeps us all safer.

So they'd also have to acknowledge that their "no-guns" approach leads to further violent crime.

Which, further, they appear to favor.

Because victims of rape, felony murder, drive-by shootings, etc. have moral superiority over those who fought back.

Also, the violence must be "understood" (Chris Rock fashion) in lieu of centuries of white oppression. Never mind the race of the victims.
"Chris Kyle's death seems to confirm that "he who lives by the sword dies by the sword." Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn't make sense."
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