Alex Jones and Piers Morgan are at loggerheads over gun control, and now the CNN host is calling his opponent a "dangerous" man who "works off of fear". Wow! Pot, say hello to my little friend, kettle. On a nightly basis, Piers says the most absurd things on CNN about America, and never gets called on it. Does he really believe people take him seriously as a political pundit?
The talking head was schooled by Alex Jones Monday evening, and it made for some great television. The Texas-based radioman has led the movement to deport Piers, because of his opposition to Second Amendment rights. More than 100,000 people have already signed a petition to send him back the United Kingdom.
"Through vitriol and rhetoric he is able to spur heavy gun sales and ammunition sales. He works off of fear," the CNN star said. "There will be lots of people who follow him avidly who are not so intelligent, who believe everything he says."
Morgan was owned by Jones, and he is of course embarrassed. That's why slammed his adversary Tuesday in the media. Not only did he label Jones a dangerous person, but he also strangely likened himself to John Lennon, because he was also English and espoused peace. Huh?
The bottom line, is that Americans don't want foreigners telling them how to conduct their lives. There is a Second Amendment for two simple reasons: to protect your home from criminals, and to guard against the tyranny of the government. It's alright if Piers Morgan stays in the U.S., but he's going to have to learn to respect American customs.