Our country is in danger, but not to be despaired of. Our enemies are numerous and powerful; but we have many friends, determining to be free, and heaven and earth will aid the resolution. On you depend the fortunes of America. You are to decide the important question, on which rest the happiness and liberty of millions yet unborn. Act worthy of yourselves.Joseph Warren, Boston Massacre Oration, 1775
The Democrats and some Republicans have to love dividing our nation, whether it is about lost rights and liberties, its eternal quest to have government control everything, or fan the flames or racism — falsely accusing firearm owners and NRA of being KKK and Nazi. Piers Morgan, working at CNN (Communist News Network) is not a United States citizen, yet constantly telling We the People what kind of firearms we should not have or how much we can purchase. Because of a very few, compared to the population of firearm owners, commit horrific crimes like the corporate-government media delightfully portrays — ignoring many more circumstances where people defend themselves because police have not showed up yet, or were unable to be notified of a crime in progress. In the following video, it is plain to see that the anti-Second Amendment sociocrats clearly choose to ignore facts and statistics, and calling We the People who are lawabiding firearm owners and Second Amendment protectors names. Piers Morgan guests in this video are great and probably the only decent rating that show has when folks like them appear.
Piers is knowledgeable, obviously well-spoken and his role on Sunday is to provide the voice of the fan as he has done for Fox Soccer Channel several times before. He hasn’t been afraid to express his opinion. In August, when Manchester United beat Arsenal 8-2, Piers went on Fox Soccer and said that after watching that match he was ashamed to be an Arsenal fan, and was pretty critical of Arsene Wenger, Arsenal’s manager. It was just the kind of commentary you’d want a studio analyst to provide. Hopefully, critics will give him a chance and judge him after they’ve heard what he has to say on Sunday.