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Journalist tries to buy a gun at Walmart, Dem narrative gets shot down in the process

As you’re well aware, many Democrat politicians and gun control advocates have set a narrative about guns, making it sound as if they are incredibly easy to obtain and focusing on Walmart:
Walmart should respect the voices of its workers who are calling on the company to stop selling guns. I agree. This is exactly why I believe workers deserve representation on their board, so that their views are heeded.

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When it comes to the issue of ease of purchase, David Hogg has made claims such as these:

Hogg has also been among those on the Left calling on Walmart to stop selling guns or else face a boycott (of course):
But is it really as easy to get a gun at Walmart as many imply? One Business Insider correspondent gave it a try recently and concluded that — shocker — the law was followed every step of the way:
Interesting story on the truth about the difficulty buying a gun legally. "I tried to buy a gun at Walmart twice and roadblocks left me empty-handed both times." Key point about background checks below. https://www.businessinsider.com/walmart-gun-buying-review-virginia-store-2019-8?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=topbar&utm_term=desktop&referrer=twitter  via @businessinsider
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Well isn’t that something.
The most surprising detail is that the guns in the Walmart were LOCKED AND SECURED IN A CASE, when every journalist knows the guns in a Walmart are out in the open just sitting next to the soccer nets and camo pants.
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That’s certainly how many on the pro-gun control side of the argument try to make it sound. This was the bottom line:
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Maybe some people expect it to be quite easy because that’s what Democrats often claims, with help from many in the media.
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Did any of the “fact-checkers” actually try to buy a gun to test Hogg’s claim? Kudos to the above journalist for doing some actual reporting on the issue.

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