Katie Couric is a Fake

The Washington Free Beacon has a clip from Katie Couric’s new documentary about guns:

They sure did look stumped there, huh?

Couric had them looking  around, begging for somebody to say something.  Wanna know something?  That never happened.  The folks being interviewed were folks who own guns and advocate for the Second Amendment. They were smart to record the interview.

Now listen:

There always are answers.  The left prefers to ignore them.  In the case of Katie Couric, she wants to bury the truth.

The film’s director has tried to defend it:

“There are a wide range of views expressed in the film. My intention was to provide a pause for the viewer to have a moment to consider this important question before presenting the facts on Americans’ opinions on background checks. I never intended to make anyone look bad and I apologize if anyone felt that way.”

Bearing Arms has more.

The only fix for this is drumming the participants out of the business.  I am preparing torches.  Bring your own pitchforks.

By the way, I usually dislike social media lynch mobs, but journalistic exile is appropriate in cases like this.

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3 Responses to Katie Couric is a Fake

  1. crawford421 says:

    I wonder if they have a false light case.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. onwyrdsdream says:

    Tar and feathers is too good for em.

    Liked by 1 person

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