CNN Cites al Qaeda as Legitimate Voice In Gun Debate

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CNN used a 2011 al Qaeda video calling on U.S. Muslims to take advantage of America's lax gun laws as a legitimate critique of current gun laws.

Adam Gadahn's blatant falsehood that citizens could easily purchase an automatic rifle didn't stop CNN from emphasizing his main point. "But the point that he's making is that it's easy to get a gun," anchor Suzanne Malveaux noted. "Yeah. Exactly. And how ironic coming from an al Qaeda spokesman," remarked CNN's Michael Holmes.