According to the Times, not one of [the attendees] will be allowed to come armed with guns that can actually shoot. Heres the screenshot of the opener: Except that paragraph above is lie. This year in Tennessee, that means that attendees can indeed carry firearms in the Music City Center with the proper license in accordance with Tennessee law. Attendees to the concerts held there are not allowed to carry weapons according to these pre-existing laws.
The National Rifle Association’s annual meeting kicks off today in Nashville, Tenn. and the editors of the New York Times think they’ve exposed some major hypocrisy with the gun-rights group.
And here’s why the Times is lying, via Bearing Arms which had already debunked this particular bit of false information:
The National Rifle Association holds an annual meeting every year in a different host city, and requires that attendees follow the federal, state, and local laws applicable in that city, like every major convention of every significant national group, ever. Bearing Arms: The New York Times blatantly lies about the carry of firearms at #NRAAM2015 | Twitchy