OneGun wrote:Remember when Open Carry passed and Campus Carry passed all the massacres and bloodshed that happened immediately after the laws took effect?
I am clearly not very good at the whole "lying" thing. As a layperson in the skill set, I naively assumed that one should avoid telling lies that are certain to be disproved in a very short time frame. You know, things like the following:
"Under Trump's tax plan 80% of American's will see their taxes increase."
"If Campus Carry passes, we will have shootouts on a daily basis over classroom disagreements."
"Open carry will result in blood in the streets. Police officers will be unable to tell the good guys from the bad guys. Police resources will be consumed responding to reports of a man with a gun."
I mean, silly me. I assumed that you would want at least a chance of getting away with your lie. The above are not subjective statements. They are black and white, objective statements that the person saying them had to know were not only false, but would be disproven in short order. Maybe they are just relying on the absurdly short attention spans of the American public and hoping that people will forget they ever said these things? After all, they do have the MSM to help them rewrite history.