CNN Pushes British-Style Gun Ban
Letter by victim’s sister calls on Obama to restrict firearms to shooting ranges
Paul Joseph Watson
December 21, 2012
A letter to President Obama written by the sister of one of the Sandy Hook school shooting victims which called for a British-style gun ban that would restrict firearms to shooting ranges and nullify the second amendment was read out on live air by CNN host Anderson Cooper.
During a segment featuring a friend of the Barden family, whose 7-year-old son Daniel was tragically killed during the shooting, a woman presented a letter to Cooper written by 10-year-old Natalie Barden.
Barden initially planned to give the letter directly to President Obama during his visit to Newtown but was too intimidated to do so. Cooper read the letter out on air, which stated;
“My name is Natalie Barden and I wanted to tell the president that only police officers and the military should get guns. If people want to do it as a sport than they could go to a shooting range and the guns would not be able to leave there.”