“I take responsibility for a decision that misrepresented an exchange I had with members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League.”
You remember Katie Couric’s gun control documentary, “Under The Gun.”
Some participants in Katie Couric’s anti-gun “mockumentary” are suing her and the filmmaker for more than $12 million for defamation.
The Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL) and two Second Amendment activists filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court against Katie Couric and the producers of “Under the Gun,” charging that the producers of the so-called documentary intentionally manipulated footage of them to make them look clueless and uncaring when asked about firearm purchase background checks, BearingArms.com reports.
Last year, Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe issued an emergency executive order banning concealed handguns from state offices.
Comedian Amy Schumer is a hopeless gun-control romantic. Over the weekend, she gushed about Katie Couric on Twitter. “I love @katiecouric for being so cool in general,” she wrote. “But her doc @UnderTheGunDoc should be required viewing.”
Frank Miniter explores how Katie Couric interviewed John Lott for four hours—but didn’t air a minute of it.