Navy Seal: AR-15s are best medicine against terror (VIDEO)

“Why would you want to ban the gun that you pray for police to show up with?” says former Navy Seal and current NRA News commentator Dom Rasso about a possible ban on military-style rifles.

The former special warfare operator goes on the counter-offensive against statements made by Hillary Clinton, President Obama and even Fox News commentator Gretchen Carlson this week advocating a return to the federal assault weapons ban of 1994 in light of recent terror attacks in which an AR-15 or similar were used.

“This threat is real,” says Rasso, looking swole on Liberty. “Our leaders are either incapable of or unwilling to protect you and the AR-15 is one of the most effective tools available to protect yourself and your family. Embrace your freedom. Buy one if you want to. Get trained and learn how to use it. Your safety is in your hands.”

Gun control groups were not amused.

Days after the deadliest mass shooting was committed with an assault rifle, the National Rifle Association urges members to buy assault rifles.

Posted by Coalition to Stop Gun Violence on Wednesday, June 15, 2016

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