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I’m old enough to remember when being a journalist meant being committed to seeking out the truth and sharing it with your fellow citizens. But journalists today are more interested in pushing the gun control agenda than reporting facts.

In their rush to identify the firearms used in the Alexandria, VA shooting of Republican congressmen practicing on a YMCA baseball field, they showed their stupidity… and it’s pretty impressive.

Let’s see how many terms and or names they came up with, shall we?
WARNING: if this was a drinking game with ASSAULT as the buzzword, we’d all be drunk.

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NOPE.

Rather than admit he was wrong, Jimbo doubled down, sending a message to ‘you gun experts’ who called him out:

Okay, let’s try this again:

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DOH!

One more time – you can do it!!

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Oh well, perhaps it’s just Twitter, maybe they’re getting it right on cable news?

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Dang.

It’s not like they don’t have access to, oh I don’t know, GOOGLE or the INTERNET, but I’m sure fellow journalists and firearms aficionados would be more than happy to answer any questions they may have about firearms before they report.

Perhaps journalists should watch this historical documentary for future reference: