Gun Restrictions For People With Mental Health Issues, Like Alex Jones

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Piers Morgan tries to chat with Alex Jones about gun rights. The guy has some serious mental health issues (Alex Jones, that is), and if there was ever a case for gun restrictions, this guy is it.

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(01-12-2013, updated 07-15-2018)   When Dickens visited America in 1842, he was shocked  at the pride Americans took in carrying weapons.

A few days ago, another Englishman attempted to confront an American who just loves his right to bear arms. . .

Okay, forget the awkward segue from Dickens to second amendment rights. Honestly, I just want to show this video. If anything should convince people that we need common sense gun laws, it’s this interview that Piers Morgan tried to have with this ranting, rabid… person about gun rights. And if there’s ever an argument that there should be gun restrictions for folks with mental health issues, this guy is it. The FBI probably has a list of people who are likely to commit large-scale gun violence one of these days. I just hope to God the FBI is watching this guy like a hawk. [Now I know this is Alex Jones, of course. 07-15-2018]

(This post was first published on the blog Resident Alien: Being Dutch in America, under the title: “Point in Case”, 01-12-2013)

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5 thoughts on “Gun Restrictions For People With Mental Health Issues, Like Alex Jones

      1. Did you hear about the guys in Portland who walked around the city with a couple of AR-15s trying to “educate” people about their right to bear arms?
        People called 911.
        Luckily, nobody shot them, so there wasn’t a senseless firefight.

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