Not Letting A Crisis Go To Waste: Eric Holder Perfectly Explains The Media’s ‘Assault Weapon’ Narrative

Written by Wes Walker on September 2, 2019

Have you read the news lately? You might assume that America is in constant danger of some whackjob whipping out a gun and punching holes in a crowd of strangers. It’s how they report the news.

Have you wondered why this is so, even if the guns they are warning us about are not responsible for a particularly large percentage of the violence?

There is a deliberate effort to SHAPE public opinion… to undercut public support for lawful gun ownership.

Social media has dug up footage where Eric Holder has LITERALLY called for ‘brainwashing’… as though coercive thought control was a GOOD thing, and not a tool of ruthless totalitarians.

But, as any totalitarian would tell you, it’s ‘all for the greater good’.

They’re not happy about losing the Heller decision at the Supreme Court and are pressuring change through OTHER means at their disposal — harnessing the coercive power of the press. They are almost certainly getting an ‘assist’ in this effort by their allies in Silicon Valley.

They think they are our ‘moral betters’ and are more than willing to do anything it takes to press their will on the ‘wayward children’ of an uncooperative public who isn’t as enlightened as they believe themselves to be.

Their accomplices are the same media that never miss their chance to dump on Trump or his supporters. The media who bang an endless drum that anyone to the right of Bernie Sanders is Racist, Sexist and a whole stack of other infamous adjectives.

They hate and resent the fact that law-abiding Americans own guns. They undermine that right every chance they get.

And if they can convince enough of us that owning them is a threat to the general safety, they can stigmatize gun ownership the way they did smoking.

Like Holder said… ‘Brainwashing’.

It’s the ‘easy’ route smug authoritarians take when they have no compelling arguments to offer.

‘Comply’.

He thinks it will work. What do our readers think?