The assault media is at it again. This time it’s msnbc.com (surprise!) posting an article sanctifying the anti-gun rights crusaders at Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety, glorifying their latest anti-gun agitprop. “We can end gun violence,” celebs and “gun violence” survivors opine. I’m not really up on my celebs, but I spy with my little eye Amy Schumer, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Aniston, Sophia Vergara, Michael J. Fox and President Barack Obama. And how, exactly, do the participants suggest putting an end to “gun violence”? . . .
They don’t. “We can end gun violence” is their only message. It’s like Obama’s hope without change. Which is a message better suited to the average low-information human beings. Which is about as good a description of most Hollywood celebs as I can muster.
“The group is encouraging viewers to submit their own clips that will be added to the video,” msnbc dutifully reports. Given the interminability of this effort, I’m thinking that any revision will rival Cold Mountain as the most boring video every offered to the general public. Of course, you’re free to add your video to Everytown’s in-box.