Would you really expect to read the truth about anything when it’s posted on a website, that is headquartered in San Francisco and operates with a far-left wing progressive stand on most issues? The site has been very pro-Democrat, pro-LGBT, pro gun control, pro abortion and pro everything else that goes against the long-held norms held by America until the last couple of decades.
Salon.com, operated by the Salon Media Group, is trying a tactic being used by progressives in the educational field, and that is trying to re-write history to make it read like something it wasn’t, but something that supports their anti-Constitution agenda.
In their latest endeavor, they are claiming that gun control was part of the foundation of America.
(Keep and Bear) – No one is claiming that our leftwing opposition is intelligent, but they’re not usually this blatantly foolish either.
In a recent article for Salon.com two members of the editorial staff argue that our nation was founded by gun grabbers who were worried about the average citizen owning a firearm. Yes, it’s complete nonsense on it’s face, but the authors efforts have to be admired. It’s the most galling attempt to re-write history that we’ve ever seen.
Thankfully, the National Review was paying attention and took the opportunity to educate the fools writing for Salon.
Having proposed that Congress, the Supreme Court, and the majority of Americans “claim the Second Amendment is not simply about state militias but guarantees the unfettered right of everyone to own, carry, trade and eventually shoot someone with a gun” — ah, yes, the right to “eventually shoot someone with a gun,” so beloved to those of us who can read — Asner and his co-author, Ed Weinberger, proceed to offer up the most comprehensively illiterate and most embarrassingly researched…
Barack Obama tried to re-write American history by claiming that Muslims played an important role in America’s early history. Some history textbooks used in many schools have completely removed the Christian influence in colonial and early America, making it seem to students that there was no Christian influence in our nation’s history and Salon is doing the same thing to push gun control. They’ve obviously never read many of the writings and letters of America’s Framers.