When John Walsh’s son, Adam, was kidnapped and brutally murdered in 1981, he became a highly successful advocate for victims’ rights, leading to the formation of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the birth of the television program “America’s Most Wanted,” which, during its run, played a key role in helping to capture over 1,000 fugitives.
In contrast, when White House Press Secretary James Brady was shot by John Hinckley in 1981, he and his wife Sarah responded to his horrific circumstances by blaming an inanimate object, becoming the modern era’s most notable gun control advocates and helping to pass some feel-good but almost entirely worthless legislation.
Andy Parker, father to Alison Parker.
Enter Andy and Barbara Parker, parents of slain journalist Alison Parker and the left’s new poster children, currently being exploited by a mainstream media hellbent on ramming gun control down our throats. It seems like every time you turn on the TV these days there they are, talking about how they are going to ensure Alison’s death wasn’t in vain by taking on the NRA and getting …read more
Source:: The Blaze