With the incredibly easy access to research/verify information via your fingertips, you’d think one would be inclined to research facts before over-reacting to things.
Alas, that is not the case with most liberals.
An associate professor of legal studies saw a target on display at a police supply section of a Kentucky gun store and was immediately outraged.
Here’s the target:
Without bothering to Google “law enforcement target training,” “target training for police” or anything similar to that, the associate professor tweeted the picture. Liberal outrage was immediate.
After Dana Loesch (former representative for the NRA) got involved, the professor did realize he over-reacted. He apologized for not fully understanding the intent of this law enforcement training mechanism.
Jared Ogden (former Navy SEAL), the owner and creator of the “controversial” range targets, went on Dana’s radio show to discuss the Twitter outrage mob and dangers of sharing misinformation in today’s tech world.
From the video description:
“Dana talks with Owner and creator of ‘Controversial’ range targets: Jared Ogden. Triumph-Systems.com is where you can check out their products/targets. One training silouhette shows a person holding an iPhone, the other side, a person holding a gun – the idea is to train well enough with those pivotal targets as to NOT SHOOT THE person holding the iPhone, but somehow media’s lack of journalism standards had them running with the story that these targets were made, so people with iPhones could be shot at more effectively – amazing the level of fake news these days.”
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