When broadcast and radio host Steven Crowder did an interview with Britain’s SkyNews to explain why it is wrong to take away the constitutional rights of American citizens without due process, he used reason and logic.
“It requires an uninformed voting base to support the measures they are putting forth,” Crowder explained. And when the host began babbling about “automatic rifles” used in the Orlando terror attack, Crowder calmly put a stop to the nonsense. “No, no,” he said. “I hate to come onto your show and correct you, but what you’ve just said is entirely false. You said ‘automatic weapons.’ Respectfully, I don’t think you know the difference between an automatic weapon and a semi-automatic weapon.”
After Crowder explained in detail how no mass shooter in the United States has used an automatic weapon, the host doubled down, forcing Crowder to finally show his frustration. “No, no, no, I was simply saying you were wrong. I assumed you were ignorant, now you’ve made me think you are lying. Everything that has been repeated (about automatic weapons), including many things in this interview, are verifiably false.”