The following articles are evidence that the above video describes a currently actively policy employed by the Obama administration. They are using a war-like brainwashing propaganda tactics targeting american children. These types of articles are only the ones we hear about... this type of stuff is happening everyday and are "repetitive" in nature. The goal is to change the overall perception of guns (via "brainwash") so that they can rob Americans of the 2nd amendment down the road
Transparent toy gun. South Carolina. Gun built from lego bricks. Massachusetts. Two kids talking about a nerf gun. New York. An actual nerf gun. New York. A pink bubble gun. Pennsylvania. A paper gun. Pennsylvania. Pointing a finger and saying “pow.” Maryland. Playing cops and robbers with fingers. Maryland. Making a gun “hand gesture.” Oklahoma.
"a free society depends on a virtuous and moral people."
I recently heard of a six year old getting "despended" (kid's word, thought it was cute what he said ), for pretending to throw a grenade, while playing a game called "Saving the World". Not sure where that was at, missed that info.
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