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It’s not the crime it’s the cover up

Or, you know, typical anti-gun bias at CNN:

I was a bit dismayed and a little surprised to hear a CNN Headline News analyst refer to gun owners and “gun nuts” and “Second Amendment literalists” in an offhand comment during a report on the recent TSA report of suspicious activity.


This is what I found on’s transcript archive (emphasis mine).


This is not simply a transcription error. This is a blatant attempt to cover up an inconvenient gaff.

CNN has had quite a few anti-gun episodes. Such as:

Their youtube video selection.

Then that time when Nancy Grace may have been in possession of an illegal weapon.

Then there was that time a CNN reporter went out and bought a 50 caliber and then mislead their viewers about it because if what they said happened really happened, it would have been a felony. What’s up with these reporters almost committing gun crimes, Steve Bailey?

And then, of course, that time CNN said assault weapons were more powerful than other weapons with a fabricated video. They did correct that gaffe, though.

2 Responses to “It’s not the crime it’s the cover up”

  1. straightarrow Says:

    Left this at WoG, with your permission will post it here also.

    “Perhaps this would be a good time to point out his unintended admission/confession?

    If we are “second amendment literalists” as he says, that means not only do we know what the second amendment literally means, but so does he.

    Ergo, he has confessed to condoning the denial of rights to the free American citizen and thus eliminating freedom. For if literal interpretation of the Constitution is to be ignored, then there are no rules for anybody. No law means anything more or less than the person or persons wishing it different from its literal meaning.

    Laws against murder should not be taken literally, his right to publish or express an opinion should not be taken literally, his right to presumption of innocence if accused of a crime should not be taken literally, nor should his right to a quick, speedy trial by a jury of his peers.

    This stupid sonofabitch doesn’t even know he just exposed exposed himself, LITERALLY.”

  2. Cactus Jack Says:

    “So was CNN incredibly ignorant and gullible here, or was it deliberately passing along anti-gun propaganda that it knew to be false?”

    My vote goes to the latter though I have no doubt that they’re idiots. I would’nt believe CNN if they said water was wet, I’d check it out myself.

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