Nice. Shep Smith Equates Gun Ownership to Slavery During Inauguration Coverage (Video)

During his Inauguration reporting today Shepard Smith from FOX News equated gun ownership to slavery.
Real nice, Shep.

For the record, The NRA helped Blacks defend themselves from the KKK Democrats, not the other way around.

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  • Bitter Clinger

    He’s a jack ass……

  • Highlander

    And yet, people still believe that FOX News is on our side …. amazing ….

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  • RedBeard

    Fox News is, at best, slightly less obnoxious than MSNBC, CNN, and the other far-left “news” outlets. Faint praise indeed.

    Journalism died some time ago.

  • oldtimer

    turn off that god damn fox!

    they are not friends!

  • http://Americanthinker paul

    STFU you little runt.

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  • FurryGuy

    Shemp was obnoxiously Lib-leaning in his Katrina coverage, weeping and whining near constant, and he’s only gone further Leftist since. This is not a surprise he picked up the meme spewed by Danny Glover and is now regurgitating it as Gospel.

  • American Woman

    Krauthammer today:

    Krauthammer: Obama’s Inauguration Speech Was an “Ode to Big Government” That Declared the “End of Reaganism”

    Following President Obama’s inauguration speech, Charles Krauthammer provided reaction to the address, which he believes will be considered historically important because it revealed “Obama unbound.”

    He argued that in the address, the president declared “the end of Reaganism.”

    In Reagan’s 1981 inaugural address, he changed the ideology of the country by declaring that “government is not the solution, government is the problem.”

    Krauthammer said, “Today’s inaugural address was a rebuke to that entire idea. This speech today was an ode to big government, it was a hymn to big government.”

    He cited the president’s focus on climate change and civil rights.

    “This speech was a declaration the era of big government is back,” Krauthammer said.

  • http://GatewayPundit Trestmans Bad Karma

    After a hard day at work, Shep Smith & Juan Williams pick something nice to wear out of Gretcen Carlsons wardrobe closet and go out clubbing as Sherry and Jean.
    And then laugh later the next day and say ” wasn’t it funny that Bob Beckel was to drunk to even know who we were “……

  • FurryGuy

    #4 January 21, 2013 at 3:47 pm
    RedBeard commented:

    Journalism died some time ago.

    Actually journalism is alive and thriving. “Just the facts” reporting is what is dead and buried. “Talk about only what is needed to push an agenda” journalism is what is dished up now and has been for the entire electronic mass media (radio and TV) era.

    Newspapers in the early days of the Republic were PROUD to be biased and partisan for one party/one candidate. The editors and publishers openly proclaimed their affiliation, and many one-horse towns had multiple newspapers published to reflect a wide diversity of opinions. Readers knew of the biases and were able to compensate.

    With the advent of radio and later television it became fashionable for reporters (now self-styled journalists) to declaim they are objective. Forget about reporting the facts and letting the public decide an issue, now the American Pravda propaganda complex elites tell people what to think. With electronic mass media outlets until recently being strictly controlled any differing opinion from the approved Leftist/Progressive Orthodoxy was effectively squelched.

  • JKB

    And if the Southern states had not seceded removing their Senators and Representatives from Congress those polls might have remained valid much to the national shame.

    So, by example, if all those states where Americans want to keep and bear arms secede, then the remaining states can pass a Constitutional amendment repealing the 2nd Amendment. After that, all they have to do is fight a civil war and win to impose the new laws upon the states and citizens who left the union.

    Moron. Or is he a product of a fine Progressive education in American History?

  • Pink Tie Republican

    Isn’t Shep Anderson Blooper’s boy toy?

  • Big Al

    Was he sobbing when he said it?

  • American Woman

    Big government won’t take care of patriots, but Obama will take care of people who think like him.

    Read the story about the fascist, who got a year and I day in the slammer for stealing millions from the American government under Obama in an Obama court?

    From the December 2012 Dayton News
    Posted: 3:46 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012

    Man in $3.8M food stamp fraud case sentenced

    A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Al-Idu Al-Gaheem to one year and one day in prison for his role in a scheme that bilked $3.8 million from the federal food stamp program.

    Al-Gaheem, the former owner of two Dayton View businesses and the imam of Masjid At-Taqwa mosque, was the second of four defendants to be sentenced in the case. All four defendants have pleaded guilty.

    Al-Gaheem faced as many as four years in prison after he pleaded guilty in August to felony charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, food stamp trafficking and structuring transactions to avoid reporting requirements.

    Al-Gaheem, who previously was named Lawrence Phillips, was the owner of Five Pillars Market, 1263 W. Riverview Ave., and Riverview Cell & Cup of Dreams, 512 N. Broadway St.

    Al-Gaheem worked and conspired with Abdul Yamini Sr., Abdul Qadir and Omar Yahya to defraud the food-assistance program. The men illegally paid customers 50 cents in cash for every $1 in food stamp benefits they redeemed.

    Undercover law enforcement agents caught the defendants illegally trading cash for food stamp benefits and buying and selling products that are ineligible through the program, such as counterfeit clothing and firearms.

    Authorities estimate that more than 1,000 transactions took place at Five Pillars Market that involved the illegal exchange of food benefits. The federal government deposited about $3.8 million into bank accounts controlled by Al-Gaheem and others as reimbursement for food benefits redeemed at Five Pillars.

    Al-Gaheem repeatedly withdrew large amounts of cash from the bank account, but he always took out sums that were just less than the threshold that requires the filing of federal financial reports.

    Al-Gaheem and the other defendants used the money they stole to renovate the Dayton View businesses and pay for personal expenses, such as rent, mortgage and other bills, said assistant U.S. Attorney Dwight Keller.

    Keller urged Judge Timothy S. Black to give Al-Gaheem the maximum prison sentence to deter him from breaking the law in the future and also to send a message that this criminal activity will not be tolerated.

    “Mr. Al-Gaheem is arguably the most culpable” defendant in the case, Keller said.

    Al-Gaheem’s attorney James Fleisher argued that justice would best be served by placing his client on probation or house arrest, because Al-Gaheem is an important part of his community and some family members depend on him for caregiving and financial support.

    Judge Black said although Al-Gaheem had an “extraordinarily impressive” record of good deeds and charitable actions, he could not ignore his role in the criminal enterprise by only giving him “a slap on the wrist.”

    Black sentenced Al-Gaheem to the same prison term that he handed down to Qadir in November.

    In addition to prison, Black also ordered Al-Gaheem to be placed on three years of community control after his release.

    Al-Gaheem and the other co-defendants in the case will be ordered to pay $3.8 million in restitution to the federal government, even though authorities doubt that they can even come close to paying back the money they stole.

    Yamini is scheduled to be sentenced on Dec. 20. Yahya is scheduled to be sentenced in late February.

  • Big Al

    ….and how the hell does he know that if the entire country had been polled in 1861, slavery would have won out? That’s awfully glib….and that dizzy info babe didn’t even have the presence of mind to call him on it.

  • Amash

    We need a clock this time counting down the nanoseconds until this creep is out of office.
    He’s disgusting. So is Shep , by the way!

  • MicahStone

    FYI: The SCHLEP smith is, of course, a d-cRAT socialist. He lacks the courage of cnn’s anderson to come out of the closet.

  • tim

    Cmon Jim, totally taken out of context.

    Shep, who I’m no fan of, wasn’t comparing anything much less guns and slavery. He was merely making a point about polls and majority opinion not necessarily equating to right and wrong.

    We do more damage to “our side” when we engage in this sort of hyperbolic nonsense.

  • jb

    shep is right but not in the way he means: without guns in the hands of the people, we’d be a slave to the government.