Figures don’t lie. Gun control advocates, however, will always figure a way to manipulate data to mislead the American people, hoping to trick them into supporting more Second Amendment restrictions.
The most recent and preposterous example comes from researchers at the University of Michigan. They took liberties with the definition of “child” to proclaim that firearms now cause more deaths than car accidents. The problem with their study is they included adults in their figures to make their argument appear impactful.
It’s just one more example of gun control smoke and mirrors.
Maize and Blue Manipulation
Universities and doctors regularly study events and compile reports for public education. Not all studies are created equal. Sometimes authors have predetermined conclusions and cherry-pick data to support those conclusions.