By Bob Owens
We’ve had our run-ins with fanatical Slate writer Mark Joseph Stern before. He attempts to give off the air of being very confident in what he’s writing about, even when he’s completely wrong.
His latest sophomoric rant, Nazi Roots, EU Violations, and Mass Shootings: Meet the shady gun manufacturer whose rifle killed 49 people in Orlando, is a perfect example of the Wikipedia-driven “explainer” journalism that has so many people convinced that millennials are functionally retarded.
The goal of Stern’s article is as obvious as it is simple: instead of blaming a gay-hating Islamic terrorist Democrat for the deadliest Islamic terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11, he wants to wrap himself in his “COEXIST” banner and vilify the American manufacturer of the rifle used in the shooting instead.
It’s an altogether pitiful performance, marked by revisionist history and an an attempt to blood-libel the Exeter, New Hampshire-based company for the “sin” of one of their two parent companies producing a handgun for Germany during World War II.
Get a load of this utter trainwreck.
…it was not the NRA that produced the rifle that killed 49 people and injured 53 at Pulse, nor the NRA that continues to profit …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms