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Ben Shapiro Calls Out Piers Morgan's Bullying

The Morning Answer's Ben Shaprio appeared on Piers Morgan last night to discuss gun control in the wake of the Sandy Hook shootings.

Out of the gate, Ben called out Piers on his bullying tactics against those who disagree with him:

What you tend to do is you tend to demonize people who differ from you politically by standing on the graves of the children of Sandy Hook, saying they don’t seem to care enough about the dead kids. If they cared more about the dead kids they would agree with you on policy.

Several times during the debate, Ben explained the reason for the Second Amendment was to allow citizens to resist government tyranny.  When Morgan called it "absurd," Ben did not back down:

Here’s where you go into the bullying....For weeks now, you have been saying that anybody who disagrees with your position is absurd, idiotic, and doesn’t care about the dead kids in Sandy Hook. And then when I say that’s a bullying tactic, you turn around and say that I’m bullying you.

This is an epic win and an absolute must see - click below to watch the entire discussion between Ben Shapiro and Piers Morgan.   Click here to find out what happened BEHIND THE SCENES during the interview.

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  1. BrianC_7376 posted on 01/11/2013 04:28 PM
    Go Ben! Well said. To the question, asked time and time again, why a regular law-abiding citizen would need an assault rifle: (The prefatory statement) An "assault rifle" is nothing more than a subjective impression of the rifle's appearance - it operates as any other semi-automatic rifle with a multiple round magazine. Its effect is as any other semi-automatic rifle that can be used for hunting or sport shooting. So those who keep overlooking this obvious defect in the left's argument (usually they are not gun owners or who have never fired a gun in their lives), keep that in mind -- the label of "assault rifle" is a red herring. (The substantive answer) For the average homeowner, the mere appearance of an assault rifle may deter a criminal from entering the home when confronted with it, much like the deterrent effect when an intruder is startled by the sound of a shotgun being "racked" by its owner. If an intruder manages to enter the home, having a limited number of rounds in a handgun or limited-round magazine may not be effective in protecting the owner, especially if there are visual barriers between the shooter and intruder. The sound of shots-fired may cause the shooter to flee, but it may not. Let's say the intruder is wearing Kevlar (not an unheard of situation, i.e., West Hollywood shooting -- I would want as many rounds as possible to shoot at the intruder. (That's why the limitation on magazines is a dumb idea.) If you're just a "plinking" hunter and can only afford to buy one rifle, which should serve the dual purpose of protection and hunting, wouldn't you want the opportunity to have the choice of rifle? I would.
  2. GilC posted on 01/12/2013 07:10 PM
    This was a joy to watch! One can always win a debate with a liberal using one simple tactic...using facts to make your point. I usually dont watch Piers but had to tune-in to watch Ben's appearance. Keep up the good fight my friend, the struggle continues.
  3. MattL_4165 posted on 01/16/2013 03:00 PM
    Ben, you’re the man. Keep doing what you do.
    Does anyone have an idea when when the gun control debate will calm down. I don’t know how many more days i can handle the same debate. Does an average citizen need an assault rifle. The answer is yes, if I am to defend myself against someone with an assault rifle I better have something equivalent.

    I am not a gun owner but I plan to be in the near future. These debates and threats of taking away my rights have prompted me to flex my rights.
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