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imageedit_4818_2173789221-165d8317778ddd1519a707f59f47fb4eda40b5b8Russ Hepler reports Thomas Sowell believes Obama’s gun speech was “political showmanship”:

Dr. Thomas Sowell has added his take on the Obama “gun-grab” press conference.  It is not something Obama is likely to want anyone else to read.

Given Dr. Sowell’s perspective on American culture and politics, his analysis and criticisms of the President are highly valid.

One News Now reports:

Those who have been marveling at Donald Trump’s political showmanship were given a reminder of who is the top showman of them all, when President Barack Obama went on television to make a pitch for his unilateral actions to restrict gun sales and make a more general case for tighter gun-control laws.

It was beautifully choreographed, like a great ballet, and performed with consummate skill and understated eloquence. First of all, the scene was set with a room full of people who had lost loved ones to gun violence. A father whose son had been gunned down made a long introduction before the president showed up, walked down the aisle and up on to the stage to growing applause.

As political theater, it put Donald Trump’s rantings in the shade.

As for the substance of what Obama said, there was very little substance, and much of it false, but one of the signs of great artistry was that the presentation overshadowed the substance.

Dr. Sowell is right.  This wasn’t a press conference, it was a performance (Cue the tears!).
And, about those tears – does anyone seriously think they were any more sincere than Bill Clinton’s sudden tears when he walked out of Ron Brown’s funeral with Tony Campolo?

Dr. Sowell has more in One News Now:

None of the things proposed by the president is likely to reduce gun violence. Like other restrictions on people’s ability to defend themselves, or to deter attacks by showing that they are armed, these new restrictions can cost more lives on net balance. The most we can hope for is that the effects of the new Obama-created rules will be nil, rather than harmful.

Like most other gun-control advocates, President Obama invoked scenes of mass shootings, as if what he is proposing would have prevented those tragedies. But, almost invariably, mass shootings occur in gun-free settings. Yet gun-control zealots seem determined to create more gun-free settings.

How often have supposedly mentally unbalanced shooters opened fire at a meeting of the National Rifle Association? They are apparently not that mentally unbalanced. They pick places where people are not likely to shoot back.

A mass shooting at a movie theater a few years ago took place at a theater farther away from where the shooter lived than other theaters in the area that were showing the very same movie. The difference was that this theater had advertised that it was a gun-free zone.

President Obama is not likely to acknowledge Dr. Sowell’s facts; they don’t fit with his agenda narrative.
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