You’ll never guess what this gun owner is showing his son (Video)

You’ll never guess what this gun owner is showing his son (Video)

[Ed – Due to an editing error, authorship of this post was originally ascribed to Howard Portnoy, who is out on assignment. The piece was actually written by Rusty Weiss. Our apologies for the confusion.]

Any video from the NRA is bound to raise the ire of liberals, especially when it features a father, a child, an open gun case, and a discussion of ‘protecting our rights.’ Throw in the fact that the ad has little to do with gun safety, and more to do with a concept that the left openly criticizes as racist, and you have yourself an explosive video.

In the video (h/t Guns Save Lives), a father holds what is thought to be a small safe housing a firearm for protection. He tells the boy, “Remember, this isn’t a toy. This is serious business.”

When the boy asks his father why he has “it,” the explanation is that “It’s important that I protect our family … and our rights.”

He opens the case, and what is inside just may surprise you.  If you’re a liberal, your head will likely spin in a manner similar to Linda Blair’s in “The Exorcist.”

That’s right, a voter ID card!

We have an ad implying gun use between a father and his son, and the dreaded racist voter ID card? What’s a liberal to do?

The ad is part of the Trigger the Vote Campaign, something the NRA describes as a “voter registration effort to ensure gun owners across the country are registered to vote.” All gun owners, of all races.

Cross-posted at the Mental Recession

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is editor of the Mental Recession, one of the top conservative blogs of 2012. His writings have appeared at the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record.


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