#NRA’s Billy Johnson imagines a world where guns were treated like other rights Gun control fanatics freak out

I’ve long thought that the bulk of anti-gun activists are emotionally challenged individuals. It appears that they are mentally challenged as well. How else do you explain the virulent reaction to what is really an innocuous video?





Oh dear! What did the NRA say now? Are children going to be forced to carry AR-15s in class? Are we finally becoming Margaret Atwood’s totalitarian Christianist theocracy, with children being forced to be the revolutionary vanguard?

Well, not exactly. It seems that Billy Johnson, of NRA News and Amidst The Noise has asked us a simple question. Why does US “gun policy” start from the  strange position of assuming that it is a good government position to limit access to a fundamental Constitutional right? Billy asks why guns aren’t treated like every other thing our government calls a right.

Watch the video and see for yourself.

You see the part where he says we should force all children to carry guns at school? Me neither.

Billy asks some good questions. Whenever something is considered a “Right” by our government, the Left goes out of their way to insist that the government not only allow people that right, but pay for it. Or force others to pay for it. Education? It’s a “Right” and so schools are free. We’ll leave aside for now the discussion of what is and is not a right. Go talk with Kevin Baker if you want to know the difference between a “Right” and “something that people have decided is important and so try to call a ‘Right’ but actually isn’t.”

Billy is correct. Since gun ownership is a fundamental Constitutional right, why is the government going out of its way to make it as difficult as possible to exercise that right? Why does the Federal government tolerate some states in their attempt to make it extremely difficult to “keep” arms and almost impossible to “bear” them? Would they tolerate a state which treated your right to free speech the same way?

If the Left was consistent, they would insist that the Second Amendment be treated just like the First. But no one actually expects the Left to be consistent. So instead of acknowledging the arguments made by Billy, they misrepresent his statements, freak out publicly, and insist that he is some sort of crazy lunatic for even opening his mouth. You can always tell who the Left thinks is a danger. The ones they attack the loudest are the ones they know are hurting them.

Well, Billy, you’re taking flak. That means you’re over the target.

7 responses to “#NRA’s Billy Johnson imagines a world where guns were treated like other rights Gun control fanatics freak out

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  2. The crazy just gets deeper.

    Recall that the “collective rights” interpretation about the 2nd is all about militia service and having the citizenry “well-regulated”.

    Which well… means mandatory rifle training no? Something akin to the Swiss model perhaps.

    Then again we’re seeing that for all their talk about “training classes!” the antis actually don’t *want* people to be proficient.

  3. Sean D Sorrentino

    Very good point, Jack. The reality is that the antis just hate guns and hate people who have them. Their arguments are just disconnected statements thrown against the walls, hoping one will stick.

  4. That he is, and once again the left is twisting things… BADLY…

  5. About time that the NRA tells it like it is! Go get them.

  6. Windy Wilson

    “Carrying AR’s in School”. Considering that in the 1950’s many high schools had shooting clubs and teams, something like that would be likely given Leftist’s treatment of other rights. I mean, there’s Freedom of Speech, and the schools have debate clubs, and Freedom of the Press, and schools have school newspapers, so what’s the problem, o, inconsistent statist slavery shill?

  7. It’s just the basic lefty mindset. Cognitive dissonance. In the lefty mind, educating our children about sex is a good thing, and a good way to help them make good choices.

    Educating our children about firearms will turn them into homicidal manics.

    I mean it’s obvious, right?