Saturday, December 26, 2015

NBA Offends Fox by Taking On the NRA -- on Christmas!

The NBA is taking on the NRA and has produced an anti-gun ad that was run on Christmas day during NBA basketball games.  Fox "news" hosts found this offensive.

"It seems pretty political to one of Outnumbered's hosts, Andrea Tantaros, that the NBA would dare make an ad sponsored by gunsense advocate, Michael Bloomberg, and air on a day where families are gathered around the TV.  The ad features family members of shooting victims and ZNBA stars as well, and is centered around taking a stand against gun violence.  President Obama even weighed in on the matter, and that just disqualified the ad as nothing more than leftist propaganda designed to take away our freedoms.

Former beauty pageant winner, Joanne Noscuhinsky, (bragged) about how many people are getting guns for Christmas...

...People won't care about this ad as they lovingly stoke their sexy firearms, it's pointless.  So what, a few people have gotten shot, the beauty pageant queen thinks that more guns received as Christmas gifts will erase those minor tragedies...

...(Meghan) McCain (listed) all the people involved in these ads, and, coincidentally, all the parties involved are Black!  How can anyone take it seriously with all of those people involved.  I mean, really?"

eye'm thynkin':  Fox can't even keep track of it's own "facts."   They hate the anti-gun ad because it's sponsored by Michael Bloomberg.  They also think it's a waste of time and money because everyone involved in making it is black.

Lost behind their verbal campaign to be recognized as the Most Conservative Host Ever, are the voices of the 9 out of 10 Americans who support expanding background checks, including 8 out of 10 gun owners

And if you need any more proof that the NRA exists solely to support Smith & Wesson et al, you need only look at the 7 out of 10 NRA members who also favor universal background checks. 

(Statistics taken from a 2014 Quinnipiac national poll.)

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