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Gun control tended to be used to disarm blacks when they were first introduced. Has the justification changed that much since then? Do the leaders of the democratic party actually have a much higher view of blacks than when Wilson was watching Birth of a Nation in the White House theater, or LBJ was cynically using the Civil Rights Act for votes?
If you cannot trust police, you can trust in your own self-defense. I do not fear law-abiding citizens of any color taking up arms — if all the black people I worked with at an 80% black college were carrying, I would have felt safer. (Good luck with a school shooting when the guy trimming trees and the dude on the lawn mower just drew down on you)Published in