Makers of a documentary on gun violence are under fire for misleadingly editing a scene in which anchor Katie Couric interviews a gun rights group. Critics claim that the edit was an underhanded attempt to make Second Amendment activists look foolish.In a documentary about gun violence in the United States called ‘Under the Gun,’ Couric interviews a round table of members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, a gun rights organization. Couric, a Yahoo Global News anchor who has worked as a host on all Big Three television networks, can be heard asking the group of people, “If there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from purchasing a gun?” It appeared that the interviewees were left dumbfounded for by Couric’s question, giving only blank stares for nearly 10 seconds. However, audio recordings posted by conservative news site The Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday revealed that the respondents actually had answers within a second, and that the awkward moment was a fabrication, made up of unrelated footage from other parts of the interview session. Sounds like the leftist media that Couric works for, when presented with knowledgeable input from gun owners and activist wanted to make it seem like they had to dig for answers when Couric questioned them. The thing is what Couric and her media team don't want to admit, is that criminals get their guns on the streets of America through black market trade with gang members and such. They don't get their guns from gun dealers because gun dealers have paper trails, and the one thing a criminal doesn't want is being able to be found after a gun crime. The left when interviewing gun activist want gun activist to look foolish, because a foolish looking gun activist fits the agenda of gun control. When we gun activist could answer any question related to guns in a split second.
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