Maybe pigs do fly. The renowned motormouth and chief piss pail carrier for Fox News seems to have had a "moment" recently about gun control in the United States. While we truly don't take this bit of goodwill to heart, at least another segment of useless news has been created. Republicans are the epitome of hypocrisy so a retraction should be forthcoming. In reality, maybe O'Reilly is getting tired of having to cover the same shit that the other cable news outlets are covering in regard to ratings. While I'm sure there is some bit of journalistic integrity here, a more plausible reason might concern the coverage of endless mass shootings cutting into more profound and important topics like Benghazi, Clinton's emails or, interviewing a cub reporter still on the hunt for Obama's birth certificate.
After criticizing liberal politicians for not being aggressive enough on the fight against the Islamic State terrorist group, the Fox News host addressed the "right-wing responsibility" after the attack carried out by 29-year-old Omar Mateen using an assault weapon and a handgun. "There is too much gun crime in the USA, and high-powered weaponry is too easy to get," he said. "That's the fact. So let's deal with it. We all have the right to bear arms, but we don't have the right to buy and maintain mortars. Even if you feel threatened by gangsters or a New World Order. No bazookas, no Sherman tanks, no hand grenades." "That's because the Second Amendment clearly states the government has a right to regulate militias, made up of individuals," he continued. "They have that right in the name of public safety. Therefore, Congress should debate what kind of weapons should be available for public sale. And the states, the individual states, should decide what kind of carry laws are good for their own people."
Another RINO is just what true Republicans need to keep them awake at night.