Posted February 16, 2019 9:30 am by Comments

By Tom Knighton

There is an idea out there that the media isn’t biased against guns. After all, I’ve heard argued, Hollywood has a love affair with guns. Just look at how many they use in their movies. There’s no way they’re anti-gun.

However, let’s take a look at what Hollywood has to say about guns for a moment.

In fact, here’s an example from Newsbusters of an instance just this week [emphasis Newsbusters]:

The innocent event of a parade was used to spout anti-gun dialogue because, if you listen to the doctors on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, random gunfire is everywhere and no one is able to avoid being a victim.

In the February 14 episode titled “I Walk the Line,” a teenage boy is brought in to Grey Sloan Memorial after he was shot by a random bullet as he performed in a Scottish bagpipe band in a parade. This isn’t the act of a mad man, though, it came from a bullet shot into the air in celebration of the parade. Nonetheless, the grief-stricken father lets the doctors know that more gun laws are needed, even if he had to reach back twenty years to tell a story justifying his opinion.

Owen: Okay. …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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