Thursday, April 25, 2013

The case of the bastard "fact sheet." New York Times rejects Bloomberg group’s demand to correct pro-gun op-ed. Gottlieb denies paternity of "fact sheet" now used by anti-gunners.

“David Kopel’s Claims Regarding the Manchin-Toomey Amendment are False,” MAIG alleged in a “fact sheet” that is very similar in content and format to one Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Chairman Alan Gottlieb sent out by email on April 16 under the identical heading. When approached to comment for this story, Gottlieb denied authorship and stated “I just forwarded what was circulating in the Senate.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nothing quite like supplying the opposition with "talking points" - REALLY "special" when it's "just being passed along", while LOOKING LIKE you've lent it favorable attention...Golly gee, thanx a bunch, Alan G.!

What a pal!...(not!)