Posted November 7, 2023 11:48 am by Comments

By Lee Williams

(Photo illustration from licensed Shutterstock account.)by Lee WilliamsTali Woodward, Bob Woodward’s daughter and editor-in-chief of Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun propaganda factory, the Trace, says there is a simple reason why her freelance reporter Ted Alcorn told a gun maker he was writing a story for Wired, which was later published by the Trace.“As frequently happens in journalism, Alcorn reported the story on a freelance assignment from one publication (Wired) and wound up publishing it another (The Trace),” Tali Woodward said in an email Monday. “We were very happy to take over the editing, fact-checking, and publication of the story.”The Trace story published last week, which was titled “Shoot, Don’t Kill,” examined less-than-lethal weapons from Byrna Technologies, Inc., which use a CO2 cartridge to launch .68 caliber kinetic and tear gas projectiles.The story quoted Byrna’s founder, president and chief executive officer, Bryan Ganz. However, Ganz told the Second Amendment Foundation’s Investigative Journalism Project that he had never even heard of the Trace until the story appeared Thursday morning.“Originally, he (Alcorn) said it was supposed to be published in Wired magazine. But once we gave him the quotes, we had no control over where the article was published,” Ganz told SAF for a

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