Piers Morgan is getting on TV every night and flat out lying to the American people about gun control. Nearly every statistic that he quotes is inaccurate and he fails to acknowledge a whole host of statistics that would instantly invalidate the argument that he is trying to make.
This is familiar behavior from Jones. It’s why we love him. He’s a like a bulldog. But Morgan’s behavior was suspiciously out of character.
Piers Morgan is loudmouthed blow hard who can hold his own against someone raising their voice. I’ve seen him interview Jesse Ventura, and Ted Nugent about gun control and he meets their volume. Those guys aren’t much softer than Jones. In fact, when Morgan debated Larry Pratt on gun control, he shouts Pratt down.
But against Jones he’s utterly calm. He doesn’t interrupt. He doesn’t raise his voice. Why the change? Well I have a theory.
In response to the recent tragedy of the NFL star shooting his girlfriend and then himself, Morgan quickly stands upon his internet soapbox to the tell world that the 2nd Amendment is “for muskets”. Yet, before the smoke of his apparently incendiary comment clears, his logic is taken to task behind the shed and blown away.
Watch as Ben Swann counters Piers Morgan numbers not just on total gun deaths in the US, but on the fact that although the US has the highest gun ownership rate in the world, it is no where near the top as far as the gun murder rate goes.
Everyone's familiar with countless people within in the mainstream media shilling for Obama. But watch as Piers Morgan (who typically supports Obama) calls out a producer of a "documentary" for putting out nothing short of a complete pro-Obama propaganda piece.
As President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney prepare for their second debate tonight at Hofstra University on Long Island, we speak with George Farah, author of "No Debate: How the Republican and Democratic Parties Secretly Control the Presidential Debates." The debate will feature questions from the audience that have been pre-selected by moderator Candy Crowley of CNN — a detail revealed when Time magazine published the contract secretly negotiated by the Obama and Romney campaigns and the Commission on Presidential Debates.