Marco Rubio Spanks Matt Lauer on Gun Control
Yesterday on the "Today Show," Hillary Clinton enjoyed having her posterior kissed without restraint. My apologies, I think I just threw up a little. Contrast that with today, where Marco Rubio gets an inquisition.
Which is fine, because Rubio is rarely unprepared. Matt Lauer pulled the gun issue on Rubio Marco but missed his target. Rubio made Matt Lauer look dumb. Like, really dumb. We clipped the video to the good stuff... You're welcome:
What I know is this, many of the proposals out there now on gun control would not have prevented that attack, or some of the others we've seen in the past. Unfortunately, in cases of mental illness and in the cases of someone who just wants a gun to carry out a crime, they're not going to follow the law.
We need to start examining WHY it is that people are taking violent action, not what they're using to commit the violent act. And we have two issues in this county. One is mental illness, which we need to address more seriously, as opposed to stigmatizing it or trying to push it aside. That's a societal thing we need to confront as a society and a country. And the other is of course, why have we become so violent? What is it that are leading people in this country who are not mentally ill to do the drive by shootings and things that we've seen.
That's how it's done, son. Rubio makes leftist hosts look silly, and the world keeps turning. It's science.
Rubio also questioned where the guy's parents were if they knew he was mentally ill and had so many guns. Apparently, they waited until it was too late...so they could complain to the press about him having too many guns.
See this is the consistent pattern from the left about which I so often complain. It's not crime, it's poverty. It's not your work ethic, it's a "system rigged against you." It's not your responsibility, society should pay for your birth control and/or your abortions.
It's not the fault of the man who decided to massacre Christians... it's the gun. Let's take the focus off of our growing character problem, and place it squarely on an inanimate object. Because in case you haven't heard, rogue guns are a serious problem.