Skip to comments.GOA Chides Rep. Maloney for Foolish Comments
Posted on 07/17/2014 4:08:46 PM PDT by Q-ManRN
Rep. Maloney has called for Capitol Hill law enforcement to investigate GOA Executive Director Larry Pratt for saying that the Second Amendment is for restraining tyrannical tendencies in government especially those in the liberal, tyrannical end of the spectrum.alt
Maloney then falsely claims that Pratt was glad about actual threats that were made against her personally.
All of this stems from the recent hit piece by Rolling Stone on Second Amendment groups -- an edition which has prompted pro-gun websites, like The Truth About Guns, to describe the articles about GOA and NRA as being riddled with misinformation, mischaracterization and misdirection.
To state the obvious, GOAs Executive Director Larry Pratt has NEVER called for violence against the U.S. government -- including any Representative or Senator.
But there is also tremendous hypocrisy in this latest attack against GOA. If Rolling Stone and Rep. Maloney want to target and investigate REAL examples of threatened violence, then they should start by looking amongst their supporters on the Left.
The Left clearly has a double standard. They excuse their own outbursts of vitriol, but then go apoplectic when the Right hearkens back to statements made by our Founding Fathers.
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The idea that the people could resist the government is such a terrifying threat to statists like Rep. Carolyn Maloney that they take it personally. So, she takes Mr. Pratt's comments as a personal threat against her.
Ping - Rep. Carolyn Maloney calls for GOA’s Larry Pratt to be investigated based upon her false accusations.
Maloney is so crazy that she makes Charles Manson seem sane!
Don’t believe me? Listen to her sometime. You’ll go crazy after listening to her psychobable brain-mush.
Why then, doesn’t she just set up a gun free zone around herself? I urge her to do so immediately for her own protection. I think that we could all rest more easily, knowing she was safe. Maybe she should add a hashtag just to be sure.