Protesters Blame NRA For CT Shootings: 'Kill 2nd Amendment *NOT* Babies'

By Craig Bannister | December 19, 2012 | 1:40pm EST

MRCTV's Dan Joseph spoke to anti-gun protesters at the National Rifle Association's Washington, DC office to find out why they thought the NRA was to blame for the Sandy Hook murders and how they would change America's gun laws.

Waving signs with slogans like "Kill 2nd Amendment *NOT* Children," the protesters told Joseph they hold the NRA responsible for the shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, CT.

One protester voiced disbelief and dismay at the meager turnout, saying, "I'm really shocked there aren't thousands of people here."

Another likened legal gun ownership to slavery and segregation, telling Joseph:

"Just like we banned slavery, just like we ended segregation, we can end this madness, too."

"What if a criminal has a semi-automatic weapons?," Joseph asked one activist, prompting a profane response...and a disturbing concession.

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