Hillary Clinton’s anti-gun stance was in full swing, as her statement on the Orlando shootings had very little to do with condemning the ideology that promoted the cowardly killer to mow down dozens of innocent Americans, and everything to do with the tool he chose to use.
According to her, “there is no place for weapons of war on our streets.” Hillary, I, and most of rational thinking America, disagree, and I ask you to please get out of the running if this is what you have in store for America.
Disarming law-abiding citizens, like the old adage says, will ensure that only the bad guys will have guns. Disarming citizens led to the Paris shootings, where no one had the right to self preservation. They were sitting ducks, much like the gun-free zone that was the Pulse night club in Orlando.
Thankfully, I’m not the only voice that’s promoting this idea – Bill O’Reilly went on the offensive yesterday, denouncing Hillary’s campaign goals to ban the country of “assault” weapons, or in plain speak, getting rid of yet another tool for people to protect themselves as their rights provide.
Bill took to his ever-popular show, The O’Reilly Factor, to talk about what “certain politicians” claim is the root cause of the problem in the Orlando shooting, and it’s not gun control.
O’Reilly says, “We are at WAR!” and I can’t agree with him more. When an act of terrorism on our soil is so profound, we must act with military might and vigilance to remove this threat absolutely and permanently.
Here’s his segment talking about Hillary’s lies:
In another segment on the same show, O’Reilly interviewed Donald Trump on how we can solve this once an for all. Trump responds with the halting of immigration of people from Muslim countries that harbor terrorists and espouse values that are inherently anti-American and anti-freedom:
O’Reilly then went on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show to talk about the political response by the candidates, in a very somber interview that was free of snark and the usual political pandering. It was a breath of fresh air to see two people discussing policies for the country they love, even if they don’t agree with one another. O’Reilly said, in one epic phrase, “It’s not a tragedy like an Amtrak train derailing. It’s very clearly a war.”
Do you think we are at war? Do you agree with Bill O’Reilly? Let’s hear it in the comments!