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At one time, when a reporter was to interview someone, they were only supposed to get the necessary information and facts, not try to push their biased agenda on the person being interviewed.

However, many reporters today have abandoned all of the basic rules of good and honest journalism as they strive to push their own political agenda as was the case when Tony Dokoupil of CBS interviewed Cody Wilson, owner of Defense Distributed, who has been posting instructions online on how to print various 3d guns.

Dokoupil showed his anti-gun bias by asking a question that was intentionally intended to put a guilt trip on Wilson, but Wilson didn’t take the bait.

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(Great American Politics) – Gun control fanatics are all in an uproar over the availability of downloadable plans to make your own gun via a 3D printer. One would think the sky is falling or something worse because the electronic files have been made available on the internet and that anyone can access them, print out the parts and then build their own gun. Gun control activists point out that there is no serial number for tracking and that the plastic weapons are undetectable by metal scanners (forgetting that the bullets do show up on the scanners).

Cody Wilson, owner of Defense Distributed in Austin, Texas received permission from the Trump administration to make the digital files for 3D guns available over the internet. Wilson had planned to make a number of new files available for downloading yesterday, Aug. 1, the date set by the federal government.

However, once again, 1 liberal judge stepped and exerted his own person bias by issuing an injunction against Wilson to prevent him from posting any NEW blueprint files, until the matter can be officially dealt with…

Liberals are great at trying to deflect blame on others instead of blaming those who are actually the guilty parties. It’s not Ford’s fault for making and selling a car that is used to kill someone with and it wouldn’t be Wilson’s fault for just posting files on the internet that someone else could use to make a gun and use it to hurt someone with.




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