Come on Media Matters for America, you're making it way too easy to prove you're an Obama propaganda machine and should not be tax exempt. I would prefer a better challenge. I've already had to fix one of Chris Brown's articles
and now he has another out there
filled with misinformation.
Mr. Brown wrote about the NRA's "conspiracy theories" and, of course, one of them was about Operation Fast and Furious. Mr. Brown titles this part, "What the ... Botched ATF Operation Initiated To Promote Gun Control?" First of all, Fast and Furious was NOT botched. This is how it was suppose to work. Secondly, this isn't a "ridiculous claim" because it's true. I already had to point out to Mr. Brown that Sharyl Attkisson at CBS News has documents
proving the ATF was using Fast and Furious as a way to implement tougher gun control laws.
Mr. Brown says, "What's truly breathtaking is LaPierre's willingness to push such wild conjecture absent any evidence." No, Mr. Brown it's truly breath taking that no matter how much evidence is presented you and MMfA keep on the rose colored glasses. Again, look at the documents Ms. Attkisson provided in her report. There is evidence the ATF was using Operation Fast and Furious to promote tougher gun control.
I thought MMfA fought misinformation, but yet they keep providing misinformation. I wonder if Mr. Brown and MMfA will correct this article, but I won't hold my breath.