“The NRA’s top lobbyist used his prime time speaking slot at the Republican National Convention — all four minutes of it — to level a broadside attack against Hillary Clinton, who he said is committed to removing guns from the private homes of citizens,” thetrace.org reports. And then they proceeds to defend Ms. Clinton against NRA-ILA jefe Chris Cox’s claims.
Clinton has called for “common sense gun safety measures consistent with the Second Amendment.” But she has also directly confronted the NRA on the campaign trail. At a New Hampshire campaign stop in October, she called on the group’s members to “take back the Second Amendment from the extremists.”
Shortly after Cox’s remarks, Clinton issued a statement saying that the “debunked claim” that she wants to repeal the Second Amendment “couldn’t be farther from the truth.”
I don’t think the words “farther” and “truth” mean what Ms. Clinton wants us to think they mean.
Anyway, Mr. Cox’s endorsement of Donald Trump is a bit Trump-light. Although Wayne LaPierre’s potential heir apparent did close by proclaiming . . .
We are on the cusp of losing this great American freedom. And with it, this great nation. The only way we save it is by electing Donald Trump the next president of the United States.
I don’t know if it’s the only way, but as far as voting for the next president is concerned, it’s certainly the best.