From “Hannity” last night, here is an outstanding demonstration by World Champion Shooter Jessie Duff at the NRA Indoor Shooting Range in Virginia. Duff demonstrated shooting a variety of firearms first. She fired an AR-15, a Browning 30-06 rifle, a 12 Gauge Shotgun, a 9 mm handgun and a .45 caliber handgun. What was so interesting was that after she fired the rounds – three of each – she then went to the target area and pointed out the comparison between the different firearms in terms of the impact made by the different rounds. She particularly pointed out that the “big, bad, scary” AR-15 that everyone wants to ban shoots the .223 round which made the smallest impact of any of the firearms she fired! By contrast, the shotgun, which no one is talking about banning, left a gaping hole on the target.
Here is video of the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre on “Hannity” last night for an extended interview. LaPierre made it clear that the NRA will “stand and fight” for the 2nd Amendment rights of American citizens. He said President Obama and his allies are using the Sandy Hook tragedy to try and imposed a Gun Control agenda they prepared long ago. He continued to reiterate that the single act that can be taken right away that would immediately make America’s school children safer is to put armed security in every school – something the NRA called for a month ago, which was met with derision from the media. Now, President Obama has grudgingly signed onto at least some funding to give local schools the option of doing just that if they believe it to be the best course of action. His Executive order does not call it “armed security” but mentions “school resource officer,” whom you hope would be armed.
Here is video of the parents of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry appearing on “Hannity” tonight for an extensive interview. The Terrys said they believe President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder are trying to hide something by invoking Executive Privilege to conceal documents related to the “Fast & Furious” Scandal that resulted in the murder of their son, Brian Terry.
At around the 4:40 mark of the video above, Hannity asks the Terrys what they would say to President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder if they had the chance to talk to them. Mr. Terry spoke bluntly:
“I probably couldn’t say it on camera, what I’d like to say to them. But, I’d say ‘Get their heads out of their butt, anyway.’”
Mrs. Terry later added, ““They want to put Fast and Furious on the backburner until this election is over,” with which Mr. Terry concurred.
Here is video of Republican Sen. Rand Paul on “Hannity” last night, where he publicly endorsed Gov. Mitt Romney for President, and said he will be out on the Campaign Trail working for a Romney victory.
“Now that the nominating process is over, tonight I’m happy to announce that I’m going to be supporting Gov. Romney.”
Here is video of Gov. Mitt Romney in an interview on “Hannity” last night where he said Barack Obama’s record is so poor he is resorting to creating “cartoon characters” to tout his policies because real people are hurting so badly (Part 2, 5:40 mark). He was referring to Obama’s creating the goofy fictional “Life of Julia” character to try and tout what his policies will mean for the future of a woman in America.
Romney said his challenge will be helping Americans to break through all the clutter of attacks and diversions by the Obama Campaign designed to keep voters from focusing on Obama’s failed record.
On Hannity last night, Michelle Malkin says Mitt Romney needs to stop calling Obama a “nice guy.” She said, “I hate hearing this from Mitt Romney, he’s gotta get this talking point out of this mouth, Barack Obama is not a nice guy!”
H/t: Gateway Pundit
Here is video of Gov. Mitt Romney on “Hannity” last night talking about Barack Obama’s failure as President. Romney pointed out that Obama has failed when measured by his own words in 2008. “I believe that’s why you’ll see him being replaced in November 2012,” Romney said.
Here is video of Karl Rove yesterday saying he thinks Obama Senior Adviser David Axelrod acted on “Fox News Sunday” like “a guy that was scared to death his candidate was gonna go down to defeat.”
Rove made the remarks at around the 5:00 mark of the video.