Posted June 2, 2016 5:55 pm by Comments

By Bob Owens


What is going on lately with progressive journalists? First, Katic Couric and her director, Stephanie Soechtig, fabricated a false response to a question in the anti-gun propaganda movie, Under the Gun. Then Couric’s one-time NBC co-host Bryant Gumbel’s team on HBO’s Real Sports was accused of doctoring quotes from on the designers of the AR-15, Jim Sullivan, and they won’t release the raw video supporting their claim that the interview was accurate.

Now New York Times op-ed writer Alan Berlow is being accused of distorting the words of yet another pro-gun voice in order to fabricate support for an intrusive and largely obsolete federal gun law.

According to yet another Second Amendment activist, a writer for the New York Times op-ed page distorted the words of the gun rights activist to make him appear as though he favors national gun registration.

According to Jeff Folloder, the executive director for theNational Firearms Act Trade and Collectors Association (NFATCA),New York Times op-ed authorAlan Berlow took Folloder’s quotes out of context to give the impression that Folloder agreed with certain gun control measures.

“The primary issue is that Berlow’s selective editing gave the impression that I/we support gun registration,” Folloder told The Federalist via e-mail. …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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