Banners Apologize for Blaming Terror Bombing On Gun

Alpha News reports a Minnesota based gun ban group, Project Minnesota has apologized for blaming a Minnesota bombing on gun rights groups.

That is pretty much the sort of thing we have come to expect from the gun control groups, who seem to be able to spew elephants in their efforts to demonize the most law abiding demographic of any society in the world.

Apologize? They ca until Bossy comes down form her trip over the moon, and it will nto change the basic fact that no restrictive gun law has ever reduced crime,made anyone safer, or reduced the incidence of political violence.

Yes,they can apologize, but until they join our successful efforts to bring societal violence and criminal victimization down to the levels last seen before restrictive gun laws were enacted, it is so much ot air and halitosis.
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