It is no mystery that the Seattle Times has a huge problem with the Second Amendment, and on the eve of the marches Saturday, the paper chose to unleash its own attack on gun rights.
Editors published a sneaky opinion article written by a teacher, featuring hints of arrogance, entitlement, and a good old fashioned misinformed barb aimed directly at the firearms community.
“Our current laws value the personal preference of gun owners over student lives.”
The writer, Christina Lee, was apparently an educator in Los Angeles for a decade. Hopefully, she is no longer meddling with the minds of our future leaders, or in her case, future government workers. Who put the worm in her apple? We can only guess.
Read the Seattle Times op-ed here.