Steven Crowder runs gun control buzzword experiment (VIDEO)

Setting up a booth as the “Citizens Committee for Commonsense Gun Control” the commentator live trolls passersby with buzzwords to take the temperature of the man on the street for gun confiscation.

Camouflaged with flannel and hipster glasses, Crowder tosses up scary black rifles next to some more innocuous hunting guns to discern the common fudd from the firearms prohibitionist.

The secret, Crowder contends, is in the spin.

Wood and metal, 30.06, lever action, .357, hunting gun, handgun et. al = “All good”

AR-15, Uzi, tactical, armor piercing, multi-clip = “Nobody needs a fully semi-automatic rifle.”

Hey, it’s just commonsense.

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