Gun Control Debate In West Virginia

When a libster talks about “reasoned debate” on the 2ND Amendment he/she is using buzz words for propagandist, ignorant drivel. Watch this POS moderator get owed by his guest.

H/T Matt

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  • OH MAN! Thanks 911Infidel! This was great. I’m in a yucky mood, but this gave a much needed lift.
    I wonder if this guy has ever considered running for Congress or Senate?! We need guys like him- common sense, calm and knowledgeable of the Constitution and Founders!

    • 911Infidel

      Thanks. Go watch “The Pacific”. It will put you in a better mood.

      • Thanks! I’ll watch what I can on you tube after I finish uploading Part 6 of Benghazi.

        • Nukeman60

          PART 6!?! I haven’t seen part 5 yet. Man, I am behind the times. I guess I better get busy. Duckie, you amaze me.

    • Orangeone

      I had to giggle when the “interviewer” was shocked to learn his guest was armed with a 9mm…..

      • lol. yeah, that was priceless wasn’t it. 🙂

        • Orangeone

          Hehehehehe I thought of you today when I was at the gun show, saw mini and regular-sized cross bows 🙂

  • Don

    Check your dictionary for the definition of a bigot : Obstinate believer who is intolerant of others. This describes the liberal perfectly. Liberalism is not rational in allowing dissenting view to what they cannot perceive as the truth. The truth to a liberal is what they want it to be and has nothing to do with what the facts dictate. That is why liberalism is a synonym for bigotry, nothing more, nothing less. You would have more luck debating a rock rather than a liberal/bigot.

    • Like everything else for liberals- truth is relevant if it’s their version of it.

  • DebbyX

    The interviewer should be embarrassed!

    • Conservative_Hippie

      He reminded me of a Piers lite!

  • notsofastthere

    Because the news guy didn’t have a clue as to the subject, but just an opinion – he let Keith talk. Keith did a fine, calm, and reasonable response to this idiots questions.
    Do you support citizens having an A-bomb? Geez -get a grip man!

  • bjohnson55

    This host is a weasel, first he says I don’t think anybody should have a gun then when called on that shifts to I don’t think anybody should have an assault weapon. Weasel…

    • StrangernFiction


    • Conservative_Hippie

      Yep, I caught that too and hopefully everone watching caught it!

  • Nukeman60

    This was an excellent video. Keith Morgan came with all his guns loaded. This man should debate any and all of these idiot liberals who mix and match terminology just to ellicit an emotional response.

    ‘I don’t want my neighbor to have an AK-47’ – host

    Perhaps, you don’t want him to have a Ferrarri, either, because you think it goes too fast. Is that your right to decide? I love the way he got scared when he found out Morgan was armed. That is the whole crux of the matter. Their fear of guns has made them irrational toward people who are well-armed and well-trained to use those arms.

    Instead of learning about guns and losing that fear, they simply want the gun to go away.

  • Liberals live in fear of all things, and look to government to protect them. If you have ever worked with a horse, you my know something about irrational fear. You cannot teach a horse anything when it is in fear. A horse will rarely fight. Its primary defensive response is flight. Liberals are the same. They would much rather run away and let someone else do the dirty work. In this case, the liberal fears everyone accept those that it has chosen (irrationally) to be their protector.

    They view law enforcement as being “good”, and regular citizens as being “bad”, yet they will talk about humanity as though we are all generally “good”. Law enforcement is no different, or better, than anyone else. Logistically speaking, law enforcement cannot protect.

    The most dangerous fallacy in the liberal argument on gun control is that government is good. There is no historical proof of this. There is no proof of this today. Government will always need an opposing force within society to keep it from becoming totally criminal. Totalitarianism is criminal, and totally so.

    Today, we have many sheriffs who are standing with the people on this issue. We need to be sure to support those elected servants who act like servants.

    Support constitutional sheriffs. They are your last hope to retain your natural rights.

    • YAY! Well said librtifriend!

    • hachie1

      I honestly believe that a genuine, self-important, poorly informed liberal simply cannot conceive the possibility of there being honest, hard working, charitable American citizens amongst us, much less accept it as a given within the majority of us simple, unwashed folk. If they, or their government can’t trust any of us law-abiding citizens to possess guns, I sure as hell cannot and will not trust them.

      • Conservative_Hippie

        nicely said!

    • Conservative_Hippie


  • I’ve always liked this guy.

  • Nukeman60

    There is so much valuable info in this video, I had to watch it twice to gather all the data. I loved the internet link inserts to various sites and information. Thanks for this thread, 911. Your weekend posts are becoming a must see these days.

    Of course, this conversation would have gone differently with Piers Morgan. Piers would not have let this gentleman speak and the interview would have been over quickly. That is the difference between a reasonable conversation and a hatchet job.

    Must be why I don’t watch Piers unless Scoop puts him on here.

    • Rshill7

      Man O’ man that interviewer may as well have been talking about theoretical physics or something. He was way out of his league here. Can’t these ninnies imagine 3, 4 or more gangbangers busting down their door? One would think a “newsman” might have watched or read some news a time or two before pretending to either bring it or debate it.

      That he actually said “assault weapons have never been used defensively” made me want to cause him to go on the defensive as I twisted his head clean off like it were a strawberry jam jar top next to some buttery toast. What a sterling example of imbecility.

      I know my wife could never be married to an under-cooked weenie like that who imagines that his local police department would or could protect her from home invasion, a car jacking, or a murderous rapist. The interviewer was like tissue paper and the gun guy was like fire. Poof. The defense rests, while the custodian sweeps up the ashes. The video should be entitled, cremation.

      The moral of the story is this: Don’t talk about things you don’t know squat about.

      • Nukeman60

        ‘…who imagines that his local police department would or could protect her from home invasion…’ – Rs

        …but…but…it says so right on the side of the car!!!

      • Orangeone

        Very true! And this sissy would be hiding behind his wife for protection.

        • Rshill7

          Get a gun even if it’s just a stun gun. They make ’em that look like cellphones now. Then that charging sound, which sounds like a power plant powering up hits his ears. 2 million volts. That’ll make his hair stand on end as his head visits the ground.

          • Orangeone

            I have mine!  I saw a knife today disguised as a hair comb…..

            Okay so I know you’ll appreciate this.  Had to stop at Walmart to see if they had a sign on the ammo case.  No sign but they had rifles out.  A young girl, maybe 6, holding on to dad’s hand asks: Is this a toy?  And dad says yes.  I just glared…Then the little girl says “No daddy that’s real.  My teacher said those are only used to shoot deer.” Daddy agreed and said “we don’t shoot deer honey”.  More glares from me, under my breath I said “I would use it to shoot someone trying to kidnap you.”
            I’m not surprised the liberal teachers are quickly spreading the liberal talking points in classrooms but I fear for these children when they come across a gun in the home or pray tell it never happens, in the hands of a bad guy.

          • Conservative_Hippie

            Not a bad idea Rshill!

  • aposematic

    I’ve done a local live at 5 news segmant as a guest so I understand how some things can slip through. Overall he did a real good job and as usual the moderator had no clue what he was talking about out side of pushing the Leftist lies.

    • Conservative_Hippie


  • Orangeone

    “I don’t want my neighbor to have an AK-47”. Well maybe his neighbor doesn’t want him to host a TV show. This “interviewer” should be walked to the US border and onto a boat destined for a country that bans guns.

    “They’ve never been used in self-defense”. This “interviewer might want to have a chat with the law enforcement father of the 15 year old that used their AR-15 to save he and his 12-year old sister just a couple of weeks ago!

    This video was great with the court case references, etc!

    • Conservative_Hippie

      “I don’t want my neighbor to have an AK-47”. Well maybe his neighbor doesn’t want him to host a TV show.

      LOL! Good one!

  • Kudos Mr. Morgan!

    It isn’t about “need”

    This journalist doesn’t “need” the expensive model car he drives. He could get by with a rusty, old Dodge Dart.

  • StrangernFiction

    THIS is how you treat ‘rats.

  • jgilman1

    Loved the moderators reaction when he learned his guest was armed.

  • CrazyAZBiker

    Keith Morgan is a smart man. He handled himself very well. Knowledgeable and polite, I surely like his tone and manner also! Its amazing what these progressives believe. Mr Cary was so appalled that Mr Morgan was armed as much as Mr Morgan that he wasnt! I liked it! Way to go Mr Morgan.

  • What I find fascinating about the whole gun control / right to bear arms debate is that it seems to me that virtually all of the positions taken, and arguments pro and con, essentially boil down to the following: how relatively close one perceives evil to be in their midst.

    Depending on one’s geographical location, population density, experience, age and size of family, prior threats, availability of law enforcement assistance, etc., I can understand reasonable people having differences on the continuum with respect to their position. What I fail to comprehend is how members of one party can take one generally agreed upon position, and members of the other party can take one generally agreed upon opposite position.

    That doesn’t make any sense to me. Not only is that illogical; it can’t even be explained by emotion or passion. Lining up on one side of that issue or the other seems to me ought to be an individual, personal position, not a party position.

    • Nukeman60

      Many of us believe (and it’s the main reason why there is a 2nd amendment) that it is imperative to own guns to thwart a tyrannical government. It doesn’t have to be close to us and it doesn’t have to be happening right now. If you wait till it’s too late, then it’s already too late.

      The second reason we want to own guns is for personal protection. We don’t have to necessarily live in a high crime area to want to protect ourselves. I wear a helmet when riding, but I don’t necessarily expect to crash every time I ride. It’s for protection (and not for paranoid reasons).

      Neither reason has anything to do with how close evil is to oneself.

      As to your question about Democrats and Republicans, it goes about like this. Liberals believe in a larger government (one that will take care of the individual – more government control). Conservatives believe in a smaller government (where the individual mainly takes care of himself – less government control). They are necessarily at odds with each other.

      Liberals tend to be Democrats and Conservatives tend to be Republicans (due mainly because there are presently only two main parties). Politicians (both Democrat and Republican) want to be voted into office or want to remain in office. Therefore, many (if not most) of them argue and legislate according to their constituents or those people they desire to be their constituents.

      Hence, a fence and two sides to it.

  • dk_in_tn

    Way to go Keith.

  • sjmom

    Chalk one up for gun rights.

  • Redwood509

    Why show an old Israeli machine gun, not in use ?
    This is a late 50’s weapon, it is not a major player
    on any gun menu, used for close combat, but
    over its sell by date, what for?

  • Walther11

    We cannot possess AK47’s or grande launchers, unless you want to go through the massive trouble of having an SSL. It’s amazing the level of stupidity that runs rampant in the media today. The only way to explain it is that it is willful ignorance.

    This man came up with excellent arguments. Very smart man. Very happy I saw this interview.

  • fishmonster

    There is nothing to debate. Why is it that liberals always want to take the guns away from the people who didn’t do anything after a shooting spree by a madman? It’s not about hunting or target practice and it never has been; it’s about protection against a tyrannical government.
    “Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It’s hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against good intentions.”
    A president using small children as stage props in an attempt to garner public support and thwart the Constitution is a prime example of such ‘good intentions’. Not “No, Mr President; but hell no.”
    Sua Sponte

  • Props to the guest who schooled the libtard about being a patriot and a man. The left just wants to lay down to authority and latch on to the gov’t teat.

  • Conservative_Hippie

    The guest kicked some liberal butt!

  • I live in WV and loved this! Keith is great! Come and join us on FB. Link at video.