Watch: Mr. Huckabee’s Response to Emotional Anti-Gun Marchers Is Best We’ve Heard To Date

Kirsters Baish| We all know Mike Huckabee for his calm approach to politics. The former Arkansas governor had something very interesting to say when it came time to comment on the “March for Our Lives” protests. Huckabee made an appearance on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” this weekend to speak about the recent leftist demonstrations which were supposedly intended to stop violence, but instead have become hate-filled anti-Second Amendment marches.

Huckabee started off by commending these young people for standing up for what they believe in, but he offered some advice. He stated, “I salute these students for their passion and their energy, and for their interest in helping to shape public policy. But I would say this to them: Emotion is a terrible substitute for truth.

“It is a terrible substitute for facts,” Huck went on. “And they’ve been used, by believing that if they just ban a certain type of firearm, that things are going to be better.”

Huckabee wasn’t the only one with a similar opinion on the matter. There is a lot of evidence that supports the left’s “solutions.” A lot of these “solutions” have been tried in the past, but they will not stop criminals.

Huckabee explained, “Here’s the facts: Five times more people are killed in America by knives… than they are by rifles.”

The mainstream media and the Democratic Party are hiding facts and lying about stats so that they can push their twisted agenda.

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