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Video: Netflix Uses ‘The Punisher’ To Preach Gun Control

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The Daily Caller News Foundation’s “Nick At Night” broke down season one of the Netflix original series “The Punisher” Tuesday, and pointed out the subtle gun control message writers have weaved into the script.

Viewers watch “The Punisher” to see people fire off guns – not to be told why they can’t own one. How far is Hollywood willing to go with their political agenda?

WATCH:

We also discuss NBC parting ways with their golden boy Matt Lauer, and what will come of the calls from President Donald Trump to investigate Joe Scarborough?


Is it a false flag? Or is it about time we put the “Morning Joe” host and former GOP congressman under the microscope?

Join us again next week for more liberal bias and Hollywood hypocrisy, as the media madness continues.

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