Robert Zimmeran Subjected to Piers Morgan’s Anti-Gun Crusade (VIDEO)

George Zimmerman’s brother Robert, Jr., appeared on CNN’s Piers Morgan last night and was subjected to the host’s fervent crusade for gun control.

Questioning Robert Jr. over whether Trayvon Martin would still be alive today if not for his brother’s firearm, Morgan asserted:

“Obviously, if George had not had a gun on him that night, the distinct likelihood is that Trayvon Martin would still be alive. Does he regret now carrying a gun around like that, do you think? Do you regret that he had?”

Despite the lack of a jury verdict regarding the incident, Morgan framed Martin as an unarmed victim of gun violence:

“[O]n that night, you had a 17-year-old boy with no gun just armed with a packet of Skittles and a soft drink, meets your brother and there’s an altercation? If it hadn’t been for the gun, they would probably, probably have both just walked away, and wouldn’t have been seriously hurt.”

Morgan went on to push his completely arbitrary age-limit for the ownership of firearms, stating, “Personally, I wouldn’t let anyone under 25 have a gun in America. I don’t understand it. At least have an age limit.”

[Newsbusters]