NRATV host: It would be “simply unacceptable” to make it more difficult for Las Vegas gunman to get his firearms

Grant Stinchfield on Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock:  “So make it harder for him to get his firearms means make it harder for all of us to get our firearms”

From the January 29 edition of Stinchfield:

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GRANT STINCHFIELD (HOST): This is a very important point, that even the president didn’t address: Piers Morgan says make it harder for the Las Vegas shooter to get his firearms. There is no law, or proposed law today that would have stopped him from getting his firearms. He would have passed every background check, there was no evidence of mental illness, not one new law would have stopped him. So make it harder for him to get his firearms means make it harder for all of us to get our firearms. And that is simply unacceptable. It is our right in America to keep and bear arms. The left wants to get in the way of that right, and they do it under the guise of somehow being called common sense gun control. There was nothing common sense about where Piers Morgan was going there, I want to make that clear.

Related:

USA Today: Las Vegas shooter bought 33 guns in last 12 months

Previously:

NRATV host speculates without evidence that Las Vegas shooting was motivated by a desire to attack Trump supporters

NRATV host befuddled that man “who had money” and “seemed to be well-adjusted” went on Las Vegas gun rampage

NRATV host: Congress will “start with bump stocks and it ends with an all out assault on the Second Amendment”