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“Michael Moore flubs stats on people killed with guns during home invasions,” Politifact reported Wednesday. He got so much wrong, they assigned a “Mostly False” rating on their “Truth-O-Meter,” no small acknowledgment considering a demonstrable “progressive” leaning on guns by the self-designated “fact check” arbiters.
Being unbelievable seems to be a habit with this guy.
Yet it was based on such fabricated nonsense that Moore introduced a delusional proposal to repeal the Second Amendment earlier this month. Go ahead and read through it at the link if you like. I did because I had to for this article, but it’s awful tough to slog through a screed so ignorant it claims the Second Amendment was written “was written before bullets … were even invented.”
Still, it makes it fair to wonder why someone who feels that way would claim to be a life member of the National Rifle Association. It’s not surprising that his purported rationale was also delusional:
“After Columbine, I decided that I would run against Charlton Heston for the presidency of the NRA. If elected, my plan was to try to return the NRA to a gun safety organization, instead of its current agenda of gun fanaticism. The rules said that to run for president, you had to be a member for the past five years or buy a lifetime membership for $750. And that’s what I did.”
by David Codrea