While many of the useful idiots who have fallen in lockstep with the likes of David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez, scared to death of guns and those who are armed, a recent viral video of a 4-year-old handling a rifle at the latest National Rifle Association convention in Dallas has captured the attention and hearts of people all across America.
The little boy, Maverick, is seen in the following video as he pretends to shoot a rifle, even detaching and reattaching the magazine.
Hunter Kendall Jones tweeted out the video, “This video is INCREDIBLE!! Parenting done RIGHT.”
This video is INCREDIBLE!! Parenting done RIGHT 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/felOU31dhf
— Kendall Jones (@_Kendalljones_) May 5, 2018
“That is adorable,” she added.
She then followed up with another tweet alongside Donald Trump, Jr.
— Kendall Jones (@_Kendalljones_) January 24, 2018
Of course, President Donald Trump spoke at the convention telling the crowd, “Second Amendment rights are under siege,” but assured the crowd that “they will never, ever be under siege as long as I’m your president.”
He said that even as he has welcomed legislation from gun confiscation advocates like Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Pat Toomey (R-PA), wanting to raise the age to purchase a rifle to 21 and seeking to ban bump stocks.
Right, the Second Amendment isn’t under attack America. It’s just a figment of your imagination.
Anyways, at least little Maverick stole some hearts and brought some much needed attention to the Second Amendment.
Kendall Jones is exactly right though that the entire episode of kids growing up with guns, learning gun safety and the proper use of the weapons as they grow up is a sign of good parenting. While it is one small area of parenting, it is one that parents should take seriously with their kids, as it is the last line of defense in the security of a free state.
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