Oh, please, let it be so. A GOP gubernatorial primary over who's the gun nuttiest | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Oh, please, let it be so. A GOP gubernatorial primary over who's the gun nuttiest

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GUNNING FOR GOVERNOR? Jan Morgan might be. - JAN MORGAN MEDIA
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  • GUNNING FOR GOVERNOR? Jan Morgan might be.
Happiest political news of the week is the hint from Arkansas's premier gun nut, Jan Morgan, that she might challenge Gov. Asa Hutchinson in the Republican primary next year. KNWA reports on her publicity trolling.

Morgan would make Hutchinson, a regular carrier of NRA luggage, look like a liberal gun confiscator. She's the shooting range owner and self-styled 2nd Amendment expert who gets a lot of cable TV time for her gun rants. She first burst into the limelight by declaring her Hot Springs gun range a Muslim-free zone.

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