There he is…David Hemenway, Director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center. The gun control advocates’ go-to expert on “gun violence.” The academic churns out study after study “proving” that gun control is a good thing. His shtick: “gun violence” as a public health issue. I suppose you could say that, in the sense that anything that kills or injures people is a public health issue. But that kinda depends on whatever the meaning of is, is. And I can’t trust a man who says mass shootings are increasing when they aren’t. Still, is it in any way helpful [for gun rights] to consider firearms-related death and injury as a public health issue – considering that most gun deaths are suicide related?