Skip to comments.Media Matters, 'Stand Your Ground' and me
Posted on 05/08/2012 4:24:27 PM PDT by Bobbys1963
Media Matters Founder David Brock showed no shame when he was caught illegally using guns for his own personal protection. Indeed, Media Matters continues to lash out at others who own guns or support letting individuals use guns for the own protection, even increasing their attacks. In April alone, Media Matters ran 32 articles attacking the NRA alone. Additional pieces have defended the Obama administrations Fast & Furious program and dealt with other gun related topics.
Media Matters also attacked me three times over the last two weeks: I had an op-ed in the New York Daily News and an appearance on MSNBC defending Stand Your Ground and Castle Doctrine laws and The New York Times actually had the temerity to interview me and refer to me as a researcher of gun culture who has held teaching or research posts at a number of universities.
Media Matters wasnt happy.
In total, since January 2011, they have criticized me in 25 pieces.
With headlines such as John Lott fudges gun facts again and New York Times citing discredited gun researcher John Lott, Media Matters attempts to thuggishly intimidate both people such as myself and those who talk to me (my response to their piece on the New York Times is available here). Alas, some people, including those in the media, believe Media Matters. . . .
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Brock is Soros butt boy.
The “Unintended Consequences” John Lott?
Just a word to David Brock:
The American “peasantry” will not go gently into that good night.
No, that's John Ross. This is the "More Guns, Less Crime" John Lott.
Thanks for the correction.
Why should they be permitted to learn the truth? Lies advance the agenda, and advancing the agenda is all that counts.
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