Busted: Open Carry Activist Poses As Random ‘Target Customer’ In Front Of News Camera At A Moms Group Protest
The same gun humper who has been posting images of himself Open Carrying in the Richmond, Virginia, area Target stores just happened to be at a Moms Demand Action event over the weekend. Oh sure, there are coincidences in life, but the Open Carry groups are notorious for following the gun safety group around, even to the point of staking them out while they eat lunch in a restaurant.
David Taylor is seen posing as a random customer at Target, then just happens to give his views on gun rights while a news camera is rolling. Of course, he did so without mentioning that he’s part of the Open Carry groups which the Moms group is protesting.
He’s seen posing as a random Target customer and also just happens, by pure coincidence I’m sure, to be interviewed by WRIC. You see how he’s wearing his concerned face?
Strictly by coinky dink, he looks strikingly familiar to this man who has been protesting with long rifles at their stores.
This “random” customer is also this guy, who just happens (wink wink) to be supporting Target for their support of protests inside and outside of their establishments’ premises.
It’s certainly not illegal to be duplicitous. Taylor is not a random customer weighing in on the topic of walking around with long arms strapped to their backs, which most find extremely intimidating.
Watch him just happen to be at the same place and the same time as the Moms group — with cameras rolling, They’re ready for your closeup, Mr. Taylor:
As reported here, a San Antonio based Target store told protesters, including a mother whose daughter was killed in the Colorado theater shooting, to leave because they were a ‘distraction.’ Still, gun fetishists are welcomed into their stores.
I would never want to infringe on David Taylor’s right to be duplicitous but for every action, there’s a reaction. Enjoy your moment, because you were just busted for lying by omission.
Target is so #OffTarget.