NRA commentator Grant Stinchfield made an alleged funny on his Twitter page (as above). Mr. Stinchfield soon removed the tweet — but not before the anti-gun rights mainstream media took him to the proverbial woodshed. salon.com:
Stinchfield’s joke comes after the NRA ratcheted up its rhetoric not just against proponents of gun control, but the media and a large number of Americans that support sensible gun control measures the NRA radically opposes.
Media Matters first reported on the joke, and Connecticut Against Gun Violence, a gun control advocacy group, cited it as further evidence that the NRA is increasingly flirting with calls for violence in its campaigns.
This is nothing new: the left-leaning press has long characterized the NRA as a gi-normous klavern of right-wing proto-insurrectionists. But the there’s no question that take-no-prisoners comments by Mr. Stinchfield and Ms. Loesch are adding fuel to the progs’ fire.
Anyway, my question: where is ground zero for gun control? Where should the NRA concentrate its efforts?