Freudian slip: When the truth is so obvious it slips out of your head.


Last week, a year after the passage of rushed and poorly drafted gun restrictions in Connecticut, the organization Connecticut Against Gun Violence issued a press release celebrating the anniversary and deriding gun owners for continuing to call for repeal of the law.

“Nonetheless, gun rights activists are holding a rally at the Capitol on April 5 to protest the law. They are demanding that the law, which they call “one of the most unconstitutional gun laws in the nation”1 be enforced or repealed, warning that “State-provoked chaos and violence will be required to enforce the anti-gun laws.”2

A coalition of state Gun Rights Prevention Groups will be holding a press conference on Thursday, April 3, at 10:00 am at the State Capitol, 3rd Floor, Old Judiciary Room. ( See logos below of participating organizations).
Link to the original press release here.

And in case it gets memory-holed:

A coalition of state Gun Rights Prevention Groups 2
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6 Replies to “Freudian slip: When the truth is so obvious it slips out of your head.”

      1. I’ve been calling them “Anti-rights groups,” but to their faces I just call them “anti-gun.”

        It works in my case because the people I call “Anti-gun” CLAIM to be pro-gun before turning around the very next sentence and saying “But I do think that all guns should be registered and confiscated and you shouldn’t have more than 5 bullets in a magazine-clip and honestly if someone breaks into your home, you should do the noble thing and stab yourself in the chest so they don’t have to. I’d never defend myself with a gun.”

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