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Journalism Dies at The Washington Post

Grant Stinchfield blasts The Washington Post after they attacked Dom Raso's "Organized Anarchy" Commentators video and called it a "dark" piece that "talk politics, not guns." Stinchfield reminds the paper that every freedom is connected and if one is threatened, they all are threatened. He also asserts that they're doing more damage to our country with a keyboard than every NRA member combined has ever done with a firearm. 

Grant Stinchfield blasts The Washington Post after they attacked Dom Raso's "Organized Anarchy" Commentators video and called it a "dark" piece that "talk politics, not guns." Stinchfield reminds the paper that every freedom is connected and if one is threatened, they all are threatened. He also asserts that they're doing more damage to our country with a keyboard than every NRA member combined has ever done with a firearm. 

Episode Transcript

After NRATV Commentator and veteran U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso released a video commentary that called out violent left politicians, media, activists and former government officials who organized anarchy in our streets, The Washington Post responded with this headline:

"'Organized anarchy': The NRA's new dark video talks politics, not guns."

Every member of the liberal propaganda machine I call the press goes unhinged when we do talk about guns, now we don't talk about them enough?

For years, The Washington Post has tarnished gun owners in an effort to take away our Second Amendment freedoms. The fake news outlet even went so far as to make the blatantly false claim that the NRA had illegal ties to Russia.

But The Washington Post isn't mad about the lack of guns, it's upset about an abundance of truth. The truth about their role in the organized anarchy of the violent left by spreading lies about those who disagree with their radical agenda, while refusing to cover the extremist beliefs and tactics of people like Carmen Perez, DeRay Mckesson and the liberal politicians like Chuck Schumer and Al Franken who refuse to condemn them.

So they trot out a general assignment reporter, Alex Horton, to call Dom Raso's video "dark." And they tell us we can’t have an opinion unless it's about guns.

"Here’s a suggestion for The Washington Post: Don't worry about how many guns are in our videos. Worry about how many facts are in your articles."

Grant Stinchfield

Listen to me, Washington Post. In fact, I'm telling every leftist media propaganda machine defending the violent left to hear what I'm about to say.

We talk about more than guns because every freedom is connected. If one is threatened, they all are threatened. And the organized anarchy that you and your politicians and your activists are pushing is destroying our country. 

It's why the more than 5 million members of the NRA, along with gun owners and freedom-loving Americans have come together—a clenched fist of truth to protect our freedoms at home. And we do so because Americans like Alex, the Post reporter who did serve, and Dom, have sacrificed so much to defend those freedoms abroad.

It's why we will never stop fighting the violent left on the battlefield of truth.

So here's a suggestion for The Washington Post: Don't worry about how many guns are in our videos. Worry about how many facts are in your articles. Because if gun owners abused our Second Amendment the way you abuse your paper and the First Amendment, our rights would have been taken away long ago. You people do more damage to our country with a keyboard than every NRA member combined has ever done with a firearm. 

Your paper's new slogan may read "Democracy Dies in Darkness." It should say, "Journalism Dies at The Washington Post."

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