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Lies and the lying liars who lie about lying about them

Or something. The Geek reports that the NRA busted the Brady campaign in a bald-faced lie. That isn’t unusual as I catch them lying all the time. However, this is lie in front of Congress:

On March 15, 2004, the “Brady Campaign” testified before the House Judiciary Committee in opposition to H.R. 800–“The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act”–federal legislation that would protect law-abiding firearm manufacturers from reckless, predatory, and potentially bankrupting lawsuits.

During testimony, the group attempted to bolster its argument by introducing a letter that listed five Nevada law enforcement officials who purportedly lent their names to the Brady’s effort to thwart the bill.

The Bradys and another anti-gun organization–the “Million Mom March”–even posted the opposition letter on their websites as a way to garner key support for their gun-banning efforts.

But, as it turns out (and not surprisingly), the Brady Campaign apparently added the sheriffs’ names to the letter without their knowledge or approval!

But, just like when CNN broke the law to peddle 50 caliber hysteria, nothing is likely to happen to them.

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