John Annoni may have walked into New York City’s NBC Studios for his live appearance a wolf dressed in sheep’s clothing. The founder of Camp Compass and 2 Million Bullets was a guest on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show this past Sunday, December 9th, to discuss guns, youth, violence and of course hunting.
The segment included a panel of four New York University professor Kenji Yoshino, Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Md. but ended up pitting John against Demos fellow Bob Herbert ,an American journalist op-ed columnist who wrote for The New York Times. The discussion quickly turned to John after the replaying of him being featured on the NBC Nightly News, “for making a difference”, with Brian Williams using firearms to help inner city youth. It was clear from the start John was put in a position that would make most firearm/hunting rights’ defenders run for the comfort of their local gun clubs. The piece titled “Young people learn how to safely pack heat” was to be a discussion about how John has used his pro firearm agenda to keep kids safe and healthy but quickly turned into a debate with John scoring often.