It seems pretty political to one of Outnumbered's hosts, Andrea Tantaros, that the NBA would dare make an ad sponsored by gunsense advocate, Michael Bloomberg, and air on a day where families are gathered around the TV. The ad features family members of shooting victims and NBA stars as well, and is centered around taking a stand against gun violence. President Obama even weighed in on the matter, and that just disqualified the ad as nothing more than leftist propaganda designed to take away our freedoms.
Former beauty pageant winner, Joanne Nosuchinsky, brags about how many people are getting guns for Christmas, and, as she put it,
"there's been two million backgrounds checks."
People won't care about this ad as they lovingly stroke their sexy firearms, it's pointless. So what, a few people have gotten shot, the beauty pageant queen thinks that more guns received as Christmas gifts will erase those minor tragedies.
Father Jonathan Morris was the voice of reason, and after this segment, he may not be on Fox 'News' too often in the future. He thought the ad was important and well done, and he thinks that gun violence is a REAL problem. He's definitely outnumbered with his opinion.
Harris Faulkner, the host Brian Kilmeade asked if she made Kool Aid, asks Father Morris if these perpetrators of violence would be using knives if they had them. Why aren't they asking about that in these ads, Faulkner wants to know? That's not responsible of them to leave out other weapons. What about samurai swords? What about Chinese Stars? What about hammers and nunchucks?
Morris thinks that this is a good ad and in communities he's lived in, including The Bronx, gun violence is on everyone's mind, so awareness can only help. But his comments are basically ignored.
In the true Fox 'News' spirit of Peace on Earth, Meghan McCain chimes in with her proclamation that she's a 2nd Amendment girl! How can she possibly take an ad seriously that was produced by Spike Lee with LeBron James in a t-shirt that read, I Can't Breathe? Faulkner and Morris (sadly) were both appalled by the shirt showing solidarity with Eric Garner, because that particular instance had nothing to do with guns; that was just the regular, run-of-the-mill police brutality. He's so silly, that LeBron James.
Tantaros went off on a familiar Fox 'News' path, talking about Black on Black Chicago crime, all from illegal guns. Tantaros and McCain believe that none of those guns could possibly come from the over 5,000 gun shows, as those pristine events never lead to any shady gun deals through straw purchasers. Morris tried in vain to get the women to acknowledge that gun shows could be a factor, but the tough ammosexual women weren't hearing it. Gun shows leading to the proliferation of illegal guns is, as Meghan McCain claims, just left-wing propaganda.
McCain drives her point home at the end by listing all the people involved in these ads, and, coincidentally, all the parties involved are Black! How can anyone take it seriously with all of those people involved? I mean, really!