“I continue to believe the District’s ‘good reason’ requirement is a common-sense, and constitutional, gun regulation. However, we must reckon with the fact that an adverse decision by the Supreme Court could have wide-ranging negative effects not just on District residents, but on the country as a whole.” — D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine in announcing D.C. would not appeal the recent concealed-carry ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court.
“Dear crazies: It is fascinating that 500 innocent people get shot and your anger is directed at me. Think about that.” — Hypocrite comedian Jimmy Kimmel, who, after a deranged man shot into a crowd in Las Vegas, directed his anger at the millions of law-abiding gun owners who have never committed a crime.
“One thing that the American public always knows is the elites always protect themselves and they always protect themselves with guns, and then they lecture the American public how you shouldn't do that.” — NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre in a Fox News appearance Thursday night.
“And that’s the one thing that is consistent, is they blame the one organization whose members don’t commit the crimes.” — NRA-ILA’s Chris W. Cox on the media and other anti-gunners blaming NRA members in the wake of the Las Vegas murders.