In the wake of the Texas church shooting where 28 people were murdered, the liberal media and Bloomberg-funded think tanks have been working overtime to try to reshape public opinion on guns.
And while banning AR-15’s have seen some increase in support from older Americans, the number of millennials who now oppose banning firearms have many ‘experts’ scratching their heads.
Five years ago a man pointed a gun at Ryan Bradley (24) and called him a “white devil.”
Ever since, he’s been passionate about gun rights.
“I never want to be in that situation again,” Bradley, 24, told NBC News. “Luckily, he didn’t shoot me but I can guarantee you if there was any gun laws on the books he would probably still have his gun.”
A recent Quinnipiac Poll found that less than half of the millennials (ages 18-34) surveyed support banning the popular rifle, while a solid 44% were firmly opposed to the idea.
Pundits with The Guardian, a left-wing news outlet from England, tried to ascribe this surge is Second Amendment support to young people’s exposure to video games, saying:
“There does seem to be something in particular about assault weapons, and it could be due to the normality of assault weapons for people who have come of age playing first-person shooter games like Call of Duty.”
Right, because younger Americans couldn’t possibly care about Constitutional freedom and the Second Amendment, could they?