This is the embarrassing message on representative Pat Davis thought was appropriate to air on T.V. after which Tucker Carlson got into a fiery debate with the U.S. House candidate in New Mexico over his airing of the advertisement in which he said “f— the NRA”.
Carlson asked the candidate whether he knew gun control policy or the organization itself. Pat Davis, who is seeking an Albuquerque-area seat, said the National Rifle Association’s “pro-gun policies resulted in dead children, dead mothers, and dead fathers.”
Carlson asked if it degrades Davis, a former cop himself, that he used an obscenity in a political ad. “Being polite hasn’t made our schools any safer or protected officers like I used to be,” Davis said. “Clearly this got the NRA’s attention.”
Carlson remarked that the ad got attention, but only because it showed “how embarrassing you are.”
What do you think was this a good call on Davis’s part of a terrible error in judgment.
Comment below and let us know.
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