Doctors will now be giving orders on guns. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey teamed up with medical professionals and state lawmakers to create pamphlets to question patients about their firearm ownership. Grant Stinchfield took to his show on NRATV Friday to slam the left’s “dishonest grandstanding."
“I believe it is none of your doctors’ business as to whether or not you should own guns,” Stinchfield said. “That is an invasion of privacy.”
The pamphlet, which calls firearm safety a “public health issue,” classifies guns as household risks equal to cleaning chemicals, alcohol, cigarettes and prescription medications. As Stinchfield points out, the “gun safety” pamphlet contains no NRA-recommended firearms safety rules.