Rob Pincus joined Cenk Uygur on The Young Turks yesterday to respond to the controversy TYT stirred up from a statement he made while hosting a seminar during the NRA Annual Meetings in Louisville, KY.
In response to a video taken during Pincus’ seminar, TYT posted to their YouTube channel on June 1, 2016:
The NRA is a mouthpiece for the gun manufacturing industry. Their main goal is always to increase gun sales. To this end, they want to convince people they need a gun in every room of the house, including children’s bedrooms. Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola (ThinkTank), and Jordan Chariton (TYT Politics), hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.
“Home defense was a focus of this year’s NRA members meeting, according to the Houston Chronicle. One of the offerings was a well-attended seminar on “Home Defense Concepts” taught by gun safety advocate and firearms instructor Rob Pincus.
“How about putting a quick-access safe in your kids’ bedroom? Good idea or bad idea?” Pincus can be seen asking the audience in the video. “We have an emotional push back to that. Here’s my position on this: If you’re worried that your kid is going to try to break into the safe that is in their bedroom, with a gun in it, you have bigger problems than home defense.”
As many of you know, Pincus is a firearms defense expert, author, instructor, consultant, trainer and a father.
Watch Rob school Cenk then sound off: Do you agree with Rob?