Not long ago, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) tried to prove how easy it was to purchase guns on the internet, even illegally purchasing them. However, for the most part, their attempts proved fruitless as they failed time and again to guy a gun. The operation was designed to prove one thing, but their results completely undermined their own argument.
Democrats who requested the operation, are not happy with the GAO results and now claim that they disagree with the methods used and want another study conducted. Actually, Democrats will continue to reject any and all results that don’t conform to the conclusion they came to BEFORE any tests were made.
(The Daily Caller) – Democratic lawmakers don’t like the methodology that the Government Accountability Office used to find that it’s difficult to buy firearms illegally on the internet.
The Democrats requested the report on online gun sales, but now they seem to want a new study to be conducted with different methodology.
“Well, when we send something to GAO, we allow them to do the process that they think makes sense. But we do have a disagreement with their methodology, and we’re going to go and sit down with them and discuss how to get at the problem,” Hawaii Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz told The Daily Caller last Thursday.
He continued, “Our view is that it is still absolutely possible to legally purchase guns online. The way that the GAO analysts did it is, they announced to the sellers, ‘Hey I’d like to buy some guns illegally.’ I think the sellers are wise enough to that to decline, so we did not agree with their methodology, but we’ll continue to work on this issue.” …
It’s just like the way CNN is rejecting the Navy doctor’s report on President Donald Trump’s physical and mental exams that indicate that Trump is not only physical fit to hold the office of President, but he is also mentally competent to hold the office. Liberals will reject any results that don’t conform to their agenda, so failing to buy guns on line is rejected, as is Trump’s health report.