Fake gun shop video raises questions about truth, compliance with laws

Posted: March 18, 2015 by gamegetterII in anti-gun asshattery
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A video produced by States United Against Gun Violence purports to show a fake gun shop in New York City appealing to first-time buyers, who are then recorded on a hidden camera as a man behind the counter turns them against making a purchase by telling them how the firearm he hands them was used to take human life. As per standard practice, a well-financed Astroturf operation relying on slick professional illusion-casters is counted on to make up for lack of grassroots support.

So how did SUPGV get all these guns into NYC without active NYPD participation?

States United to Prevent Gun Violence-You Tube video screen shot

States United/Ceasefire USA is one of the groups behind the recent #ImUnloadng campaign, in which prohibited person Snoop Dogg tells all his fans that have 401Ks to not invest in gun companies because of all his “friends, family members and associates” who evidently make a regular practice out of shooting each other to death.

The first flag is raised when viewers are told the entire video setup is a lie. That won’t surprise anyone familiar with “progressive” anti-gunner practices, but the thing is, once someone admits they’re lying, how are we to trust anything they say?

Is it reasonable to believe that not one person recorded challenged the fraud behind the counter, told him off and walked out? Why is it the “first time customers” were all so receptive to the technique of being lied to that they swore off something they represented themselves as wanting for reasons as valid as protection and belief in the Second Amendment? If the monopoly of violence proponents are that persuasive, if all they need do is tell someone the gun they’re buying was used in a murder, why is it they’re not the ones with a five-million member advocacy organization? And it’s hard enough to believe even one person would be dumb enough to swallow the claim that a gun store carries and sells real “crime guns,” let alone to accept that every single one of the marks fell for it.

Read the rest @ http://www.examiner.com/article/fake-gun-shop-video-raises-questions-about-truth-compliance-with-laws?CID=examiner_alerts_article

  1. taylor3151 says:

    Reblogged this on taylor96.


  2. I would have found the whole thing even funnier if the “shop” had been robbed.
    I wonder, would the salesman have had a loaded pistol or shotgun behind the counter JUST IN CASE?

    If a guns got history, I would have replied to that stupidity “At least I know it works.”
    What the Mr. smug salesman have said then?
    Especially if I wanted to buy it.


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