You may remember RF’s takedown last month of the Vox video auteurs’ latest bit of anti-gun agitprop. The Voxen artfully used cherry-picked and questionably relatable data to make their case — yet again — against Americans’ Constitutionally protected civil right to keep and bear arms. It was egregious enough, in fact, that our friend Steven Crowder felt compelled to take a crack at it too, and he hits it out of the rhetorical park. But sometimes we wonder if we’re all wasting our breath . . .
We devote a lot of electrons every day to countering inane, illogical, emotional and downright false presentations by the forces of civilian disarmament designed to degrade our Second Amendment freedoms. As the esteemed Mr. Crowder demonstrates, we’re hardly the only ones in that business. But does it do any good? Does it change any hearts or minds? Is it all worth the effort?