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Video of mock mass shooting event in Austin reveals many truths about media, gun control and the public's perception of both

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(NaturalNews) A video compilation of the recently held mock mass shooting event near the University of Texas-Austin campus, aimed at highlighting how "gun-free zones" lead to more mass murder and make people less safe, has been posted online.

The video, which is edited and set to music, begins with a Fox News interview of one of the event's organizers, Matthew Short of Come and Take It Texas, a gun-rights group, explaining the purpose of the protest.

"The point is to show that 95 percent of mass shootings actually happen in gun free zones, and we would like to end gun-free zones in America," he said. "There is an inalienable right to bear arms, which is in the defense of our persons and our property and our families."

The video compilation, which was produced by TalkNetwork.com – the new online talk radio network – documents the event from start to finish, and includes footage of some of the antics of anti-Second Amendment counter-protestors, some of whom were carrying dildos and fart noisemakers.

One of the things the video documents is the fact that coverage of the actual mock shooting event was scooped by TalkNetwork, as the mainstream media was unable to locate the mock shooting before it took place. That alone demonstrated that widespread gun-free zones mean shootings can – and do – take place where they are often least expected or anticipated.

Easily distracted media missed much of the actual event

As Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and co-founder of TalkNetwork.com, reported:

Mirroring the strategy of terrorists and psychotic shooters who strike at random times and places, the Don't Comply gun rights activists unleashed the mock mass shooting several blocks away from the clueless mainstream media, whose easily-distracted reporters spent their time filming "fart protesters" and leftist lunatics waving dildos while claiming the Don't Comply group's freedom of expression was "insensitive."

"Here's the thing people," Short said of the mainstream media, "the first 'murder' happened while the press was distracted talking to people about their feelings, while they were talking about their opinions and how they didn't want guns in their zone. The media was completely duped and distracted while the people who were perpetrating the crime got away, and went to another place and committed mass murder.

"This can only be stopped by being able to arm yourself with your Second Amendment rights," Short continued. "The police didn't get here until it had already been done, although there were people watching it happen."

Much to see – and learn

Here are some other highlights from the video and the event:

-- Many anti-gun protestors showed up and waived dildos; others used fart noises and chanted, "We FART in your direction!"

-- One man approached Adams as he filmed and reported and claimed that he was frightened of him because he is white. "In other words, this guy is an admitted racist," Adams wrote. "Can you imagine the outrage if I had walked up to a black person and said the same thing to them?"

-- Many anti-gun demonstrators showed up wearing communist symbols.

-- One anti-gun protestor, a woman, waived a dildo and said if ISIS operatives showed up to do carnage on the UT campus, she would disarm them with a call for peace (good luck with that, lady, and be sure to have your will finalized first).

-- Many gun rights advocates carried American flags and spoke respectfully to some in the mainstream media.

-- Others showed up to the event with open carry of loaded weapons, to demonstrate what it is actually like to take responsibility for your own protection and self-defense.

-- As Adams noted, "Austin PD cops were awesome. I spent many minutes chatting with them and they were all relaxed, professional and observing without interfering."

Check out the entire video montage here.




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