NBC is using a ” gun trafficking expert” from an organization called Global Exchange as a source in their latest anti-Trump screed. Oddly, they fail to mention that Global Exchange is the group that organized and funded the Hamas Flotilla against the Jews of Israel.
The story involves Rep Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who is protesting a move by the Trump administration to streamline regulations, including in the arms industry.
The Trump Admin made it easier for gun manufacturers to sell semi-automatic weapons overseas
2 of the guns used in the Christchurch massacre were semi-automatics. 11 days after the shooting, the gun lobby tried to defend the policy before Congress.
It’s almost as though Trump sold the guns to the Christchurch shooter himself!
And then NBC quotes a “gun trafficking expert” from Global Exchange, without telling you that Global Exchange is the parent organization of Code Pink, and the organizers of the Hamas Flotilla!
“In most countries, it is much more difficult to obtain any kind of firearm, much less a semi-automatic rifle or a flamethrower,” said John Lindsay-Poland, a gun trafficking expert at the human rights group Global Exchange. “In a context where such weapons aren’t available to ordinary people, they become weapons of war, whether we’re talking about insurgencies or terrorist organizations or organized crime. They use those weapons to control territory, carry out acts against civilians and to contest state power.”
When Global Exchange isn’t helping NBC spread propaganda, they’re busy attacking Jews in Israel with their violent and genocidal flotillas.
In the following video taken on one of their flotilla’s the Global Exchange folks can be heard chanting genocidal messages to Jews.
Gaza flotilla participants chanted Islamic battle cry invoking killing of Jews.
The name Khaibar mentioned in battle cry was the last Jewish village defeated by Muhammad’s army in 628. The battle marked the end of Jewish presence in Arabia.
So, yeah, thanks for quoting friends of Hamas in your piece about gun trafficking, NBC.