Owner Of A ‘Muslim Free’ Gun Shop Is Completely Owned After Unfounded Claims About The Civil War

Andy Hallinan, owner of a ‘Muslim-free gun shop’ called Florida Gun Supply, was utterly stunned when confronted with a question about his views on the confederate flag for a new docu-series about Trayvon Martin entitled Rest in Power

Hallinan has been banned from YouTube over his anti-Muslim views. When the Council on American-Islamic Relations sued his gun shop discrimination, none other than George Zimmerman helped pay his legal bills by selling a painting of a confederate flag.

A clip from the interview can be seen below…

Hallinan can be heard saying…

“When you study the history, that was one thing that the war was about. People don’t go to war for one issue.”

When the interviewer asks him to name three other issues that the south went to war for, Hallinan responds…

“I’m not a historian. I mean, you’re putting me on the spot for something I — you know.”

The interviewer then lowers the ante by asking him to name two, and after a moment, Hallinan says…

“In general, the war was about tyranny.”

The interviewer asks Hallinan to define ‘tyranny’…

“Tyranny is any time a government overreaches, and they control a life too much.”

And then the coup de grace, the interviewer says…

“Like slavery?” 

Hallinan sets there, mouth agape, unable to come up with a response. 

People took the argument even further online…

Though Twitter user Noah Zucker pointed out the issue wasn’t just slavery, it was worse…

Then a debate touched off about why the North went to war…

But most just didn’t know whether to laugh or cry…

In completely unrelated news, President Trump wants to cut $3 billion from the Department of Education…

H/T: Raw Story, Washington Post, Twitter