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    Watch the Worst Gun Control PSA Ever Made

    Watch the Worst Gun Control PSA Ever Made

    New ad encourages children to break the law.

    Remember when Vice President Joe Biden stupidly told people to fend off intruders by firing a shotgun into the air? This is worse.

    I’m not a lawyer or a gun owner but as I watched this for the first time, I couldn’t help but wonder how many laws the boy in the video was breaking.

    Yehuda Remer of Truth Revolt names a few:

    New Anti-Gun PSA Advocates Breaking The Law

    A new PSA created by director Rejina Sincic shows her irrational fear of firearms in a disturbing new video.

    The video shows a boy stealing his mother’s handgun from her dresser, places it in a backpack, brings it to school, and at the end of class gives it to his teacher saying, “Can you take this away? I don’t feel safe with a gun in my house.”

    Bearing Arms writes that the video is “advocating that teens commits multiple felonies—several of which could lead to injury or death through negligent discharge of the weapon.”

    What Sincic fails to point out as she advocates for this kind of behavior is the multiple felonies that the boy breaks.

    “[S]uch an act would result in the boy facing numerous felony charges (exact charges depend on state laws) possibly including weapons theft, unlawful possession of a weapon by a minor, illegal concealed carry of a weapon, carrying a weapon onto school property, assault, and brandishing,” writes Bearing Arms.

    Watch it below:

    It’s obvious that the people behind this video have no understanding of gun laws or safety protocols.

    Charles C.W. Cooke of National Review offers more analysis:

    One can only imagine that the spot’s producers consider their set up to be inordinately clever. “Hey,” you can almost hear them say, “we’ll make it look as if there’s going to be a school shooting, and then he’ll hand it over to his teacher and all will be well!” In fact, it is difficult to imagine a more irresponsible storyline…

    Moreover, in the course of his little ploy, the kid breaks pretty much every law on the books. He takes a gun out of his house (not only is this felony burglary, but he’s not old enough to carry a firearm in public); he then takes that gun into a school (that’s against federal and state law); and, finally, he transfers it to a teacher without a background check, thereby breaking the very rule that progressives tell us is necessary to keep us all safe from gun violence. And for what, pray? Typically, anti-gun commercials focus in on a specific safety issue: a lack of trigger locks, or background checks, or safe-storage, for example. This one seems to feature a child who is saying, “I don’t want any guns in the house at all.” This absolute approach is extreme, even for today’s class of wildly incompetent control freaks.

    You really have to marvel at the ignorance on display in the ad.

    What were the makers thinking?

    Featured image via YouTube.


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    I think the assumption is that the kid will be treated like David Gregory was because bringing the gun to school was done for the right i.e. leftist reasons.

      Voyager in reply to randian. | December 24, 2014 at 3:05 pm

      He won’t. What will happen is it will put his family on the radar of CPS, who will make their lives living hell from then on.

      David Gregory is a celebrity. Any kid who emulates this will just be another nobody caught in the gears of bureaucracy.

    Someone needs to film a parody of this thing where the kid keeps bringing in “dangerous” inanimate objects from home – a blender, a power drill, a chainsaw, toenail scissors, a curling iron – and saying, “Here, teacher, take this too!”

    This whole thing smacks of Disney thinking: the young people have to be the decision makers for the household because they “follow their hearts” and their stodgy elders “need to learn to change their hateful ways.” (See how easy it is to write a Disney cartoon script?)

    AlecRawls | December 24, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    To void all the harsh comments on You Tube this crazy woman Rejina Sincic took down her original url and reposted here with comments disabled:

    My first comment on her original posting: Wow, this crazy b!tc# also made a film about people asking themselves “hey, why not go kill somebody today?” and then they do it, just for the fun of it:

    Oh, but I’m sure its “anti violence.” “Hey, let’s get people to think about who it would be fun to kill. Wouldn’t that be a good comment on how bad violence is? The worse it is the worse it is right? So we want it to be as worse as possible, so we can be really really against it!”

    You got one sick little mind girl.

    Second comment: This was apparently made with the help of “North Oakland Charter School,” which is presumably showing it to their students. I see major criminal liability for Miss Sincic if one of these indoctrinated kids actually does this.

    In CA having a loaded gun in public without a CCW permit (never mind in a school) is a VERY serious crime, liable to result in significant jail time, and a teenager who takes a loaded gun to school would very likely be charged as an adult. These idiots can’t claim never to have heard of the present “zero tolerance” laws and policies. They are the authors of those laws and policies.

    So what the HELL is this idiot woman doing? She could be found guilty of suborning or inciting felonious behavior from a minor. They all could, and should, if any child actually does what they are advocating.

    ‘Pistol boy.”

    How come they didn’t show him in his pajamas, stirring a cup of hot chocolate with a 9mm, and the caption: “”Wear pajamas. Drink hot chocolate. Talk about getting gun control.”

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