This Is What “90% Of Minnesotans” Looks Like

After the Strib released their  propaganda poll earlier in the week, the Bloomberg-funded anti-gun criminal-safety clicque swung into gear.

As anti-gun mean girl  Erin Maye Quade (DFL Apple Valley)  staged a faux “sit in” for the cameras, “Protect” MN put out a call to action to get people down to the Capitol to support the DFLers’ little “spontaneous” tantrum,

And here’s what they did:

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“Protect” Minnesota calls in the fury! Photo courtesy Brent Armsden.

Simple fact about these polls – when you ask people who don’t know the issue a hopelessly broad question, most will say “yes” because doing something sounds better than doing nothing.

Right?

But broad questions and “Um, maybes” don’t translate into action on election day.

Or on a beautiful Tuesday afternoon:

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Photo courtesy Brent Armsden.

Now, gun rights advocates aren’t big protesters.  But hopefully we all make an exception Saturday.  The state’s gun rights groups are joining forces to hold a rally on the south steps of the Capitol.

I’m pre-recording a show so I can be there.  Hope you can make it too.

Details here.

 

8 thoughts on “This Is What “90% Of Minnesotans” Looks Like

  1. As soon as the gavel falls this morning, the Democrats are planning to attempt to change the rules in order to force a gun control hearing on the floor, without public input. Call your reps this morning. I’ve already called mine. My Rep, Paul Rosenthal, is iffy, but my Senator, Michelle Franzen, SHOULD support the good guys.

  2. Merriam-Webster heard the call.

    MARCH 31, 2018 By Bre Payton
    Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary changed its definition of “assault rifle” to one that matches what gun control advocates are pushing for.

    The entry for “assault rifle,” which says it was last updated on March 31, 2018, reads as follows:

    noun: any of various intermediate-range, magazine-fed military rifles (such as the AK-47) that can be set for automatic or semiautomatic fire; also : a rifle that resembles a military assault rifle but is designed to allow only semiautomatic fire.

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/03/31/merriam-webster-online-dictionary-changes-definition-assault-rifle/

  3. As soon as the gavel falls this morning, the Democrats are planning to attempt to change the rules in order to force a gun control hearing on the floor, without public input.
    When do we get to stop calling them Democrats?

  4. Isn’t that 90% of Minnesotans when we assume that most of us are in Florida to get some sun?

    I actually like the new Merriam-Webster definition, because it illustrates beyond a shadow of a doubt that the activists’ definition is BS.

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  6. I find the whole notion of a legislator doing a sit-in on the floor of the House to be unbelievably lame. I don’t know why; I mean, unless she’s experienced a mental breakdown of late, this person was elected to office by people in a community (Apple Valley) that has to include a large number of successful people living in the Real World who go to work, raise children… as Schlichter might say, Normals. And they’re represented by this kook? She gave no indications of being a weirdo during the last campaign? Or she did and they voted for her anyway?

    How sad.

  7. Let us credit EMQ for illustrating that the only way she knows how to debate is by the seat of her pants.

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