For months, liberals have insisted they don’t want to ban guns or take away anyone’s firearms; they just want to have a “conversation” on guns and gun violence. “Pass this gun control law” has been the bulk of the Democrats’ side of the conversation, with the “proper” Republican response being, “Of course.”
Rep. Jim Moran tried to have a one-sided conversation last night but was thwarted by women who insisted on standing up for their Second Amendment rights. Tonight, Democratic strategist Mo Elleithee tried to keep the “conversation” going on “Hannity,” but it turns out he didn’t have much to say. Townhall’s Katie Pavlich, on the other hand, had plenty on her mind.
— Timothy O’Donnell (@TimothyODonnel2) March 13, 2013
— CriesForLiberty (@CriesForLiberty) March 13, 2013
— Russ Yocum (@DrRussYocum) March 13, 2013
— Jonathan Grim (@Reaper63Grim1) March 13, 2013
@katiepavlich GREAT JOB on Hannity. Mo got called out on his ridiculous double standard! Nice work
— Michael Payne (@Fogis1961) March 13, 2013
— Wacko T-Bird (@pcanarchist) March 13, 2013
— Bob P. (@HuskersBob) March 13, 2013
@katiepavlich Brilliant job tonight on Hannity!Always refreshing when logic gives the opposition nowhere to hide!Well done, Katie!
— travis p. bonfigli (@travispbonfigli) March 13, 2013
— Dennis Peterson (@Dennis_Peterson) March 13, 2013
@katiepavlich Damn girl, tonight, on Hannity you kicked that guy in the nuts. How stupid he was to trivialize your point on women’s rights.
— Citizens Rights (@GPorter829) March 13, 2013
— Greg (@CajunConservatv) March 13, 2013
— Richard (@richardhkiam) March 13, 2013
So, who still thinks Elleithee has anything to say to Pavlich about defending herself?