San Francisco branding the NRA as a terrorist organization panned by the Washington Post, LA Times

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Two columnists on opposite coasts does not mince words Thursday in disagreement with the San Francisco Board of Supervisors resolution write-up of the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist organization.

Los Angeles Times columnist Michael McGough, said the label may be good policy, however, is “irresponsible.”

“It is not the task of a county board of supervisors to designate terrorist organizations,” he wrote, adding that it is also a First Amendment Problem if the officials try to the blacklist as entrepreneurs, working with the NRA.

“It is not the job of a county board of supervisors to designate terrorist organizations.”

— Michael McGough, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times


Washington Post columnist Henry Olsen, called the resolution “McCarthyism, pure and simple.”

“Words mean,” he wrote, “and there are only a few words, the stigmatizing of a person faster than calling him or her a terrorist.”

He said that the NRA is a terrorist organization, it would have to “promote intentionally, and support the use of violent attacks on the US to force citizens with the intent of capturing the General anxiety and the submission to its political agenda.”

“The NRA makes it clear that,” he said sarcastically, and added: “congratulations, average NRA member: your $30 one-year membership makes you a terrorist.”

He called the resolution “defamatory” and “damaging” and said it worsens the already toxic political environment.

He wrote that the Republicans are often asked to call the outrageous comments made by the on the right side and now the liberals must do the same.

“Democrats should immediately terminate, the San Francisco board for his offensive and unconstitutional resolution,” he said finally.

“Democrats should immediately terminate, the San Francisco board for his offensive and anti-constitutional resolution.”

— Henry Olsen, the Washington Post columnist


The Board adopted the resolution Tuesday, urging the Federal government to do, after a recent spate of mass shootings across the country.

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