How many times have we heard that this anti-gun “movement” isn’t about taking our guns? While on the ground at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. Big League Politics set out to test that.
It didn’t take long to find out that the activists on the ground truly do want a total gun ban. We spoke to Randi Adleberg, an anti-gun activist from Springfield, Virginia, who started out mirroring talking points from anti-gun groups like Everytown for Gun Safety, until around ten seconds in when she switched her tune and called for a total gun ban, stating “I don’t think we need guns.”
Watch her oddly refreshing (yet terrifying) response below:
This wasn’t an uncommon view on the ground, and we do at least appreciate the honesty coming from this women.
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