Fort Worth Weekly link sent to me by ssgmarkcr who thought the Michael B mentioned below might be me. It's not. The part I liked best is where the mom denies the kid's finger is on the trigger. Who's that remind me of?
Her kids said they’d like a photo with a gun, and she asked OCT members if she could take a photo of her kids holding the weapons. But she wasn’t the only one taking photos. Other photographers snapped away, and the internet did the rest.
“I was standing there and they took a picture, and I’m going to own that,” she said.
Police officers were nearby, the guns weren’t loaded, and it seemed like a fun and safe thing, she said.
“My father was a federal officer,” she said. “I was raised around guns. My kids are well educated. But they don’t own guns. They had nothing to do with the Open Carry. They just took a picture and it’s gotten all blown up.”
She was particularly annoyed by a commenter named Michael B. who wrote that, “for people claiming to love guns and their 2nd Amendment, they are doing a horrible job raising their children. Look at the boy with the rifle. Bolt closed, finger on the trigger. At a public event. Look, if you feel inadequate and want to compensate by carrying a weapon in the open that’s just fine. Given the strength of the argument given by Open Carry, I gather more than a few of them don’t qualify for concealed. But poor trigger discipline is appalling.”
The boy’s mother said the photo is deceiving, and said his finger was never on the trigger.