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Jazz Shaw: Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act and Third-Party Liability

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Hot Air’s Jazz Shaw writes about the Brady Campaign’s attacks on Democratic supporters of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, and their convoluted logic as to why a third-party should be held responsible for the illegal actions of others. He makes the “toaster” analogy, demonstrating that almost any device can be used to cause harm in the wrong hands. But would the toaster maker be any more responsible than a firearms manufacturer for the actions of a criminal? Originally aired on Cam & Co 05/02/16.