Sunday, April 12, 2015

So The Tenessean Takes A Gratuitous, Snide, And Unfounded Swipe At The NRA

So the Tenessean, an alleged newspaper, had the following headline to remark about this exceptionally successful and law abiding convention that has contributed tons of money to the city:

"Big conventions, like NRA, can draw sex trafficking".

And the factual basis for such a suggestive calumny of a headline showing any such activity going on at the NRA Annual Meeting is what, exactly?

Considering the police in Nashville have repeatedly remarked as to how law-abiding and well-behaved the attendees are, I find that suggestive headline rather unlikely.

A very nice way to insult a convention that has brought over 60,000+ law-abiding gun owners to your city, who have just contributed millions to the local economy.

After all, while this convention has a large law enforcement presence, it does not have a large Secret Service presence.

5 comments:

ProudHillbilly said...

Did you see that there was a huge protest agsinst the convention? All of 150 showed up...

Brigid said...

"Does not have a large Secret Service presence"" That's perfect!

Keads said...

Well played my friend!

Glenn B said...

I cannot see how commenting on a large LEO presence as opposed to one from the Secret Service (whose agents are also LEOs) does anything but discredit the hard working and professional agents among the ranks of the Secret Service along with whatever bad apples are mixed in among them. It certainly did not do one thing to actually address the claim in the Tenessean that conventions like that of the NRA attract sex trafficking. While you may have scored a bullseye on bad SS agents, as far as the Tenessean goes, I think you missed your target on that one.

Display Name said...

If they want to see some real prostitution, they should lobby to get the next Democrat National Convention. Tough to see the difference between the johns and the hookers.