While this behavior is punishable by most mothers’ standards, freedom-hating Watts used her hissy fit to viciously attack every Second Amendment supporter, including rape survivor Kimberly Corban and NRATV Commentators Dana Loesch and Colion Noir. The next day, Stinchfield chastised Ms. Watts’ behavior and invited her to come on his NRATV show and defend her lies. Unsurprisingly, she has thus far declined.
“You put Americans in danger,” Stinchfield said. “Not all of us have Bloomberg bodyguards. Respect our right to defend ourselves and our families. So instead of throwing a tantrum, which gains you no respect, come on my show. Defend your lies. I don’t think you will.
Stinchfield also gave lie to Watts’ image as an advocate for women: “I ask Shannon Watts, was it a tantrum when you attacked Kimberly Corban, a rape survivor, who wants to carry a firearm to protect herself? And where was your tantrum when Shaneen Allen was thrown in jail for carrying a legally registered handgun into New Jersey? And Ray Rice, who beat his girlfriend, got off with a wrist-slap? Where was your tantrum at the 762 murders that occurred in Chicago last year? Where was your tantrum when an ISIS-inspired Jihadist opened fire inside a gun-free zone night club where Americans had no freedom to defend themselves?”
See a clip of Stinchfield’s barrage on PR puppet Watts above, and tune in to NRATV for the full takedown. To add your voice to those calling for Watts to come out from behind her screen and onto the set of “Stinchfield,” use the hashtag #ShannonWattsTantrum.
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