Some gun control fanatics are so bent of pushing for more gun control that they’ve lost all decorum, common sense and can’t see the reality if it were standing right in front of them.
Case in point is Shannon Watts, Founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. In her latest rampage, she is pushing everyone who is going to someone else’s house for Thanksgiving dinner to first ask them if they have guns in the house and if so, are they locked up.
If I were asked that question, I would tell the person asking that it’s none of their business and if they don’t like then tough. I would also ask them what good a locked up gun is for self-defense in the event of a home intruder?
(The Daily Caller) – Shannon Watts, the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, used the trending hashtag #ThanksgivingWeek to call on parents to inquire about guns in homes where their child may be visiting this year.
“It’s #ThanksgivingWeek: Have you asked the friends and family your kids are visiting if there are guns in their homes and how they store them?” Watts tweeted on Monday.
Watts has been an activist in fighting the National Rifle Association, pushing for gun control legislation and has encouraged businesses to adopt gun-free policies. She is also the board chair for Rise to Run, an organization focused on encouraging progressive young women to run for office.
One person tweeted in response to the tweet by Watts that they hope pro-Trump families store their guns “as recklessly as possible.” …
Whether or not I have guns in my house and if so, whether or not they are locked up, is no one’s business. It’s my house and I’ll protect it the way I want and if someone doesn’t like it, they don’t have to come and visit. It’s simple as that, but as a host, I would be highly offended if anyone asked me that question.