In light of the Journal News publishing the names and addresses of law abiding gun permit holders in New York's Westchester and Rockland counties, Project Veritas went around to the homes of Journal News editors to find out whether they were willing to put a "this home is proudly gun free" sign in their front yards. They all refused. Veritas also visited MSNBC's Toure who said although he supports gun control, he isn't willing to put up a sign. Toure is the same guy who said he has a right to know who gun permit holders are in his neighborhood.
"I agree with you, I don't want the sign on my lawn. Thank you very much."
As a reminder of Toure's comments on the Journal News incident:
Project Veritas President James O'Keefe points out, "Again not a single member of the media willing to live up to the strength of their conviction."
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