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The Democrats' Anti-Gun Manual Exposed

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By Janice Shaw Crouse
August 22, 2013

A shocking new report reveals a deliberate plan by Democrats to exploit incidents of gun violence to their advantage. As Rahm Emanuel said, "You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before." In other words, forget the facts of cases, the circumstances surrounding them, or even the victims themselves; just take advantage of circumstances and current events to push your agenda. Or, as the manual puts it: "The most powerful time to communicate is when concern and emotions are running at their peak."

Regarding the issue of gun control, the Democrats are prepared; they published an 80-page manual titled "Preventing Gun Violence Through Effective Messaging" that instructs users on how to exploit the emotions resulting from horrific incidents to attack the National Rifle Association (NRA), supporters of the Second Amendment, and gun owners -- ways to take advantage of events to get around the constitutional right to bear arms.

Who doesn't want to prevent "gun violence"? Who is promoting "gun violence"? What about gun crime? The manual addresses those questions when guiding readers in how to address certain audiences: "For example, when talking to men, it is important to know that they are much more moti*vated by protecting people from 'gun crime' than preventing 'gun violence.' Women are motivated by both."

This is because the phrase "gun crime" aptly describes an incident committed by a criminal, not by a law-abiding citizen who may or may not be a gun owner. Most registered gun owners do not commit crimes, whereas every single person who commits a criminal act with an unregistered gun is a criminal. When people think about criminals with guns, they are less likely to support "gun control" legislation because they realize that legal guns could protect them.

The "gun violence" manual's writers also urge caution when going after the NRA: "How to discuss the NRA is another example. It's critical to know that our base supporters are very critical of the NRA's role in enabling gun violence. But, most general audiences view the NRA as a mainstream organization."


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The more they attempt to follow their manual the more they fail to protect America and Americans.
 

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By Janice Shaw Crouse
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A shocking new report reveals a deliberate plan by Democrats to exploit incidents of gun violence to their advantage. As Rahm Emanuel said, "You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before." In other words, forget the facts of cases, the circumstances surrounding them, or even the victims themselves; just take advantage of circumstances and current events to push your agenda. Or, as the manual puts it: "The most powerful time to communicate is when concern and emotions are running at their peak."

Regarding the issue of gun control, the Democrats are prepared; they published an 80-page manual titled "Preventing Gun Violence Through Effective Messaging" that instructs users on how to exploit the emotions resulting from horrific incidents to attack the National Rifle Association (NRA), supporters of the Second Amendment, and gun owners -- ways to take advantage of events to get around the constitutional right to bear arms.

Who doesn't want to prevent "gun violence"? Who is promoting "gun violence"? What about gun crime? The manual addresses those questions when guiding readers in how to address certain audiences: "For example, when talking to men, it is important to know that they are much more moti*vated by protecting people from 'gun crime' than preventing 'gun violence.' Women are motivated by both."

This is because the phrase "gun crime" aptly describes an incident committed by a criminal, not by a law-abiding citizen who may or may not be a gun owner. Most registered gun owners do not commit crimes, whereas every single person who commits a criminal act with an unregistered gun is a criminal. When people think about criminals with guns, they are less likely to support "gun control" legislation because they realize that legal guns could protect them.

The "gun violence" manual's writers also urge caution when going after the NRA: "How to discuss the NRA is another example. It's critical to know that our base supporters are very critical of the NRA's role in enabling gun violence. But, most general audiences view the NRA as a mainstream organization."


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Articles: The Democrats' Anti-Gun Manual Exposed

The more they attempt to follow their manual the more they fail to protect America and Americans.
I can say I am shocked seeing how this is their normal method for attacking 2nd amendment rights.
 
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