11 months ago
A New York television station’s news programming has dropped all pretenses of unbiased reporting and relegated itself to being a purveyor of anti-gun propaganda.
“PIX11 is taking a stand against gun violence,” the station announced in a commercial promoting its involvement “teaming up with local leaders and the families of victims to make June gun violence awareness month.”
David invokes what the administration says about “authorized journalists.” I think it’s a good thing when so-called journalists finally drop the pretense. At least this is a bit of honesty about things we all knew. And as for authorized journalists, that just goes to show that they think about the first amendment what they think about the second: some pigs are more equal than others.
Speaking of their desire to disarm people, that of course serves their purpose in more than one way. Not only is citizen disarmament their desired end, it’s also a means to that end, because the more “gun free” zones, there are, the fewer people permitted the means to effective self-defense, and the more they can be limited in whatever firepower they are permitted to have, the less likely it is that the next killer will be stopped before he racks up a big, exploitable body count.
Hey. To make an omelet a few eggs must be broken. It’s the cost of doing the king’s business.
Game and fish belong to the king.
And what did commenter Josh say about the notion of New York SWAT teams culling deer in that sorry state? “Only the King’s men may hunt the King’s deer in the royal forest.”