During a discussion about removing the ban on military personnel carrying firearms at military facilities, Fox News’ resident liberal “savant” Juan Williams showed precisely what the problem is with trying to reason with Democrats: they just don’t understand logic.
On Fox News’ “America’s News Room” on Friday, Williams told host Martha MacCallum and fellow contributor Mary Katherine Ham that he was “baffled” by the suggestion that highly skilled military members should be allowed to carry guns at facilities that are clearly targets for terrorist attacks.
The topic is part of a national debate after the shooting rampage by Islamic extremist Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Thursday that left four Marines dead.
“What we’re talking about, Martha, is you’re saying you’d be in favor of sort of the ‘Wild Wild West,’ you know, everybody has a gun on them as they’re walking around the mall,” Williams said. “Not my mall, I don’t want that.”
“I don’t think you heard a word I said. We’re talking about arming our U.S. military at recruiting centers,” MacCullum replied. “Because there are hundreds of threats that exist against military families in this country, Juan. Hundreds. And you know what? This is going to happen again.”
Ham reiterated that they were talking about Marines who were killed in the Chattanooga facilities by Abdulazeez who, despite being highly skilled riflemen, were left unarmed.
“They are trained to protect themselves, and they have volunteered to be our sheepdogs, protect the rest of us, and yet we take the means out of our hands to do that. And that just seems like a sin,” she said.
Williams still couldn’t grasp the concept.
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