MSNBC Slightly Embarrassed by Results of Online Gun Poll

No television news network is quite as invested in the anti-gun lobby as MSNBC, where liberty-hating idealogues can be found arguing against the Second Amendment almost nightly. However, an online poll being conducted by MSNBC on the subject seems to have backfired.

Apparently feeling bold from nearly a month of constant attacks on gun ownership following several prominent mass-shooting incidents and with Democrats finally coming clean on their desire to confiscate firearms, MSNBC put up a poll online to ask Americans if they feel that guns should be carried publicly.

You can take the poll yourself.

But for now, suffice it to say, it has slightly backfired (no pun intended).

Oops.



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