NRA News Report: Anti-Gun Media Misinformation by Lawrence O’Donnell – MSNBC

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  • 3 thoughts on “NRA News Report: Anti-Gun Media Misinformation by Lawrence O’Donnell – MSNBC

    1. I like to flip around the channels to see what “they” are saying about gun control. Lawrence O’donnell is the most vitriolic anti second amendment mouthpiece I have ever heard. Can’t watch him for more than minute without rage build up.

    2. Sounds like he just stated in no uncertain terms that Tom Selleck and the NRA conciously and purposefully work to permit mass murders in this country.

      Can you say “slander”? This goes beyond mere “opinion” or speculation. O’Donnell presented these statements as if they were facts. I think he’s put himself, and his network, in a boat that’s begging to be torpedoed. I’m waiting to see if Selleck and the NRA put a fish or two in the water.

    3. The most anti-second ammendmant communist on the air. Bais,unbalancedand evil, evil, evil. Any truth to the rumor that liberal larry likes little boys? Progress for a progressive. There ya have it.

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