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ERIC HOLDER: "BRAINWASH" THEM: Shocking Video shows Attorney General in 1995 Advocating for an Ad Campaign to deter Gun Ownership- Category:News
ERIC HOLDER: "BRAINWASH" THEM: Shocking Video shows Attorney General in 1995 Advocating for an Ad Campaign to deter Gun Ownership


In one heck of an analogy, then U.S. Attorney for Washington, D.C. – Eric Holder – likened guns to cigarettes, saying that perceptions about guns needed to become more stigmatized. He said this during a speech in 1995 and suggested an aggressive advertising campaign to convince the public that this was true. At one point, he literally said that he wanted the advertising to be so pervasive that it would “brainwash” people.

To Larry Pratt, executive director of the Gun Owners of America (GOA), such advocacy on the part of Holder flies in the face of his Constitutional oath. “As part of the oath he took to defend the U.S. Constitution,” Pratt says, “Holder swore he would defend the second amendment. Advocating that people be brainwashed into foregoing their second amendment rights when you're a U.S. Attorney is an affront to those rights.”

Pratt sees a perfectly legitimate question in light of this newly released video: “If Eric Holder was willing to “brainwash” people into giving up their gun rights as a U.S. Attorney, what would he be willing to do as an Attorney General?”

The answer, says Pratt, may be found in operation Fast and Furious, a fatally flawed program in which the ATF – an agency under the Justice Department's purview – told gun store owners to sell guns to straw purchasers who would then “walk” those guns into Mexico. This manufactured reality allowed a narrative to be established, false though it was, that over 90% of the guns found at crime scenes in Mexico came from the United States. Evidence suggests that this was said and done to push a much more aggressive gun control agenda.

“If brainwashing doesn't work,” a disgusted Pratt says, “perhaps allowing bad guys to kill innocent people will.”


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