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Debunking the Mexican gun control myth


AmmolandThe New York Times has seized upon a lawsuit filed by the Mexican government against six American firearms manufacturers – which even the newspaper’s own experts admit is frivolous – as if it’s a holy writ, in order to add their political support to the Biden-Harris Administration’s calls for increased gun control.

Using cherry-picked data taken out of context from a report from the Government Accountability Office, the Times reporters boldly state that “70 percent of the firearms submitted for tracing in Mexico between 2014 and 2018 originated in the United States.” However, that is not what the data says. That’s not the whole picture. It’s the submitted for tracing part that’s misleading – misleading in a big way.

I'm amazed that they think they will get farther with the same old crap the second time. But then, it's not like Biden is going to be coming with any new ideas.

This entry was published Thu Aug 19 10:50:32 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-08-19 10:50:32.0. [Tweet]

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