Last week, NRATV released a video featuring Commentator Dom Raso. In “Organized Anarchy,” Raso warned that we’re at war with a growing evil culture in America—an organized anarchy led by people who hate our president and those who support him. The Washington Postgroused that it was a “dark video” and that it had “one glaring omission: firearms.”
In a rebuttal issued this week, NRATV Commentator Grant Stinchfield told The Washington Post not to worry about how many guns are in the NRA videos—worry instead about how many facts are in their articles. The paper “has tarnished gun owners in an effort to take away our Second Amendment freedoms,” he blasted.
Stinchfield pointed out that the publication’s slogan, “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” would be more accurate as “Journalism Dies at The Washington Post.” He also noted that they “do more damage to our country with a keyboard than every NRA member combined has ever done with a firearm.”