Skip to comments.Watch Anti-Gun Liar Shannon Watts Run From Dana Loesch (Video)
Posted on 04/27/2014 1:13:33 AM PDT by servo1969
Shannon Watts, the outspoken gun control advocate who heads Moms Demand Action, has repeatedly lied about Dana Loesch, saying Dana is on the payroll of the NRA and is being paid by gun manufacturer Magpul. This weekend Dana confronted Shannon Watts at the NRA Convention in Indianapolis.
Watch Shannon run from Dana. Via The Blaze:
She couldn’t/wouldn’t answer Dana. But she didn’t “run”. I pictured someone bolting full speed screaming.
Fun to watch!
Not “knowing” the players, it was difficult to tell what was going on.
So what? A black Alabama state legislator denounced blacks having relationships out of their race, and the msm as expected totally ignored the story. He wasn’t a ball team owner, he was a legislator in charge of helping to craft laws.
I would guess the use of “run” was as a figure of speech as in
“She runs from her problems” as opposed to the literal meaning
of the word.
Did you notice she has body guards? How much you want to bet they’re packing heat?
Who is who (?), what is what(?), and what is wrong with being paid by Magpul? They make great gun stuff.
Gun control advocates have ALWAYS been the biggest liars across any political spectrum in the country...by far!
They manipulate statistics, make false claims, engage in all kinds of fear mongering, wilfully exaggerate, and flat out LIE about anyone and anything to push their agenda off on the ignorant American public.
- - kegisland.com/subsonic-hornet.html :
It often comes as a surprise to those who don’t understand shooters that JFK was a member of the National Rifle Association — and then this newly-encountered fact is generally viewed as some great irony. But JFK’s NRA membership comes as no surprise to shooters, because we do not confuse ourselves with criminals. -
We will watch it here. Perhaps Rush will play it. And of course The Blaze played it. After that? Crickets. It will not be seen by anyone else.
Great quotes. As I am answering from my phone I do not have handy the page of similar quotes from the founders and others that give validation that the constitution is not about hunting or target shooting, but individual protection against tyranny.
Also concerning your tagline...a pinch frame SAA would be nice to own. The closest I have is a 1961 2nd generation. I do have a thing about early bisley models which of course is the first to use the cross frame cylinder release.
- no “pinchframe” Colt SAA here -
- I have a rare circa 1898 antique (pre-1899) Colt FSS .44-40 7-1/2” with original early 1860’s BS & TG with a circa Colt 1872 Army .44rf Conversion 1-piece Walnut grips on it
- Just about to put the circa 1898 grip frames back on it to try a pair of Herritt oversized 2-piece checkered custom Target grips that give the control of Elmer Keith’s Colt SAA Number #5 Bisley BS/SAA TG without all the mating and chasin unobtainium Bisley parts (I do have an authentic original Colt Bisley BS circa 1899 here but I will not heat or cut it)
A Colt M1876 brass skelton stock fits quickly on the extended hammer screw on the Colt SAA frame - perfect for those annoying long distance jerks that think they can outrun a .44wcf
Designing a sub-caliber drop-in barrel liner now to expand the versatility of a big Colt SA in larger calibers - .22rf without buying another Colt SAA
- The Army balked at the cross-pin cylinder release design until the mid 1890’s - but Patton’s SAA like it fine in WWII
- Creeps in DC are now banning “pre-ban” elepant ivory grips, stocks, pianos with ivory keys, guitars with ivory parts
- Lots of wealthy lefties will be able to give their kids ivory - but the can never sell or otherwise transfer it
- - Well AG Holder told state AGs to ignore any laws if their hearts did not like a statute ..
- Hear that WH & SCOTUS? - You are meaningless now - Ask Vlad Putin
- 600 against 40,000 overseas - you against 300 million in the USA?
- come and get it -
My only SAA is a 125th anniversary made in 1961 with gold plate trigger, hammer, grip frame and blued receiver. Came into a gun store a friend worked in 15 years ago sans presentation box and it had been fired. I picked up from her 2 years ago for $800. Figured the price was right.
I’m afraid zer0 Holder et al are there for the long haul. Could be wrong but zer0 fired a load of generals who disagreed with him. Now he has toadie generals to protect his interest.
So lock and load. MOLON LABE. Later
- Run a check on selling prices of gold or silver coins in the last 8 years and compare it to the prices Colt SAA’s are over that same 8 years
- As much as I appreciate (and collected) antique (pre-1899) Remington and Smith & Wesson revolvers it is undeniable that antique Colt SAA’s have increased and have stayed at much higher values while precious metals remain at a plateau providing security but not close to matching the market for Colt SAA revolvers
- Gotta run; expecting news from a contact about two very rare Bisley items