Goddard Fisk Pt II

Found another interview of Collin Goddard of the Brady Campaign here

First up, again a painfully friendly venue for a man who is directly opposed to the US constitution and the law of the land. But this case its NPR, so this piece of propaganda is being paid for by the very tax payers the Brady Campaign seeks to strip of rights and disarm.

Overall the talking points were pretty similar to the ones expressed here. I don’t blame Collin for that, when you go on a speaking tour its best to have one prepared speech and set of points and just work with those in each interview. Again I’d like to point out he has a blatant lie that the man who shot him was indeed a prohibited person and would have failed his background check had some unnamed piece of paperwork have been filed. WRONG. Cho was deemed mentally ill by a court, as well as “A danger to himself and others”, but was only sentenced to VOLUNTARY psychiatric treatment. Furthermore he did not get said treatment, and the courts took no further action. Furthermore Goddard mentions “he could have just bought his guns at the gun show”…why doesn’t he mention that he could have bought them from a drug dealer or a gang member. I mean that’s where most of the guns used in street crime come from, also that doesn’t “Require a background check”….and just like selling a prohibited person a gun at a gun show or private sale, that’s ALSO illegal.

Ok short Audio-fisk

1:20 Colin talks about the day and mentions that when his teacher saw the shooter he had time to take out his cellphone, call 911 and talk with the dispatcher. Also the teacher advised the students to hide under their desks. Most of them were killed or wounded. That is NOT sound advice. Have a weapon, if you don’t have a weapon improvise one. Book bags, pocket knives, and fire extinguishers are all readily available even in the most anti-rights campus. FIGHT BACK! Playing dead will just leave you dead.

4:30: this is more ironic than anything. Here he mentions that “We’re just trying to enforce the laws on the book”, and says to do that we need to pass more laws and restrictions. These people do NOT think like you or I might.

5:20: : “I’ve been duck hunting, I’ve been to the range with my friends, I was in ROTC…” Oh, in that case we can obviously assume you won’t lie to achieve a political goal. Also firing a gun a handfull of times does NOT make you an expert. He then says we have nothing to fear from a background check. No we don’t, he’s right. Except first we have nothing to GAIN (again criminals get their guns from family members, and through the established black market, not from private sales with lawful people who have no idea of the person buying’s background), and we have lots to LOSE! Like money, it costs money to get somebody at a shop to run your paperwork, and like tradition. Have family members given you guns? Do you have a family heirloom piece that has been in your family for generations? Mr. Goddard and his employers would like for such traditions to get a gun shop and the federal government involved. Sorry, no deal.

6:00: This is another interesting quote. Goddard mentions he was approached by an unknown woman from the Brady Campaign and the quote he gave for her was: : “People think if you live in a nice area, or send your kids to a nice school things like this {shooting} won’t happen to them.” “Nice Area” and “Nice Schoool”? I’m going to be polite and not read to far into this unnamed woman’s words, but doesn’t that sound to you like “Gun Crime” is an inner city problem? So its OK for poor blacks and Hispanics to get shoot, but when its rich white kids in college, well that’s a PROBLEM.

Maybe she didn’t mean it that way, but that’s what I heard.

So there’s my latest fisk of Collin Goddard. And Remember we need to de-fund NPR, let them try to strip our rights on their OWN nickle!

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0 Responses to Goddard Fisk Pt II

  1. Re: Goddard’s mewling about gun shows:

    I remember reading that the “review panel” formed to study the VT tragedy recommended requiring background checks at gun shows. I said it elsewhere and I’ll say it here: Given that the Virginia Tech killer got his Glock at a Virginia gun store, I’m sure you’ll forgive me for thinking such a recommendation — along with the recommendation of keeping campuses gun-free — shows that panel to be little more than a stalking horse for the victim-disarmament lobby.

    Not surprising to see them more or less admit to not giving a damn about inner-city crime, though.

    • Weerd Beard says:

      “I’m sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly’s actions because this will help parents, students, faculty and visitors feel safe on our campus,” the Virginia Tech spokesman said, little more than a year ago.


      A lot of good that did! Goddard was trained by the Army to shoot a weapon, I suspect he could have hardened a position beside the door, and get people behind the firing line so when Cho entered he could have put a full mag into the asshole and stopped the threat.

      Of course Cho didn’t even ENGAGE the cops, as soon as they breached, he gave himself one-in-the-hat. If Cho even suspected that somebody in the building had a pistol and a little training I suspect he would have acted differently that horrible days.

      Fuck them and their victim-creating lobby! I go out wearing my big-kid pants, and I already have a Mommy and a Daddy, and I love them very much, and I have NO love for these mealy assholes.

  2. Braden Lynch says:

    Concur on NPR. Sick and tired of a bunch of leftists pissing on the Constitution on our dime. Defund NPR, PBS, Planned Parenthood, National Endowment for the Arts and all the other causes that seem to only be able to exist if on the teat of the government.

    If your television show, radio broadcast, sculpture, or activities are worthwhile then you will have no trouble getting sponsors and donors. If not, go away you talentless, anti-Christian, bigoted, rent-seeking clowns.

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Well said.

      Furthermore we need to de-fund stem cell research, not because of the whole abortion nonsense, but because whoever cracks that nut is going to be infinitely wealthy with all the medical benefits that will come from knowledge of how stem cells work.

      Plus I’m working on curing CANCER, if we can do it on our investor’s dime and promises of drug royalties if we succeed, the stem cell guys can do it too!

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