Most Americans aren't public figures who are reviled by the majority of their fellow citizens and their local government. Even fewer of us face daily assassination threats. Fewer still see their homes firebombed. And fewer still face all of these threats and receive no protection from the police.
But, according to Dana Loesch, because Martin Luther King, Jr. once applied for a concealed gun permit in 1956 (which was refused by Alabama's all-white, right-wing police) -- everyone should be able to own AR-15s.