Study Backs Pro-Gun Arguments
By Harold Hutchison
A CDC study ordered by Barack Obama has been buried after its results backed arguments made by advocates defending the Second Amendment.
According to a report by the New American, the study, carried out by the Institute of Medicine and National Research Council, had found that if the murder rates in three states and the District of Colombia were excluded, the United States would have a much lower murder rate.
Obama ordered the CDC study in spite of the fact that Congress prohibited the CDC from spending money to research gun control. Obama pushed for new gun control measures after the December, 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.