Anti-Gun Ad Encourages Children to Break Gun Laws

by lewwaters

Unbelievable, even for the anti-gun fanatics. View the video and see how many violations of both the law covering guns and safe gun handling rules taught by the NRA and other gun groups you see.

One of the most irresponsible ads I have ever seen. A loaded gun in the hands of an untrained child, carrying it to school, and theft? The gun is legal. Everything encouraged in this ad is not. This is no way to lessen any violence and in fact, could be the cause of more of it.

See more at PSA encourages kids to steal parents’ guns, hand over to teachers

5 Comments to “Anti-Gun Ad Encourages Children to Break Gun Laws”

  1. Imagine how the school would react if a child showed up with a loaded gun at school!

    Of course the PSA is ridiculous — like most of them.

    Of course, the message unintentionally recalls how the Nazis turned children against their parents — and the East German Socialist Police state used children to spy on parents. This is “family values” Progressive style.

  2. Looks like they got the message – the video comes up as private.

  3. The idea that children should be encouraged to break so many laws and be placed in danger of accidently harming themselves or others… of leaving their parents home defenceless… of getting jacked up to steal the weapon by some criminal with malicious intent is just amazing to me. These people should be prosecuted.

  4. yes, the Leftist morons ought to be prosecuted or sued for everything they have

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