The National Rifle Association calls out gun control in wake of Kim Kardashian being robbed at gun point in Paris.
FOX's Eben Brown has this week's "Bullet Points":
I'm Eben Brown.
The National Rifle Association's been the target of complaints following its tweets questioning the concept of gun control in the wake of Kim Kardashian's gunpoint robbery in a Paris hotel room. NRA's tweets about criminals not submitting to background checks in a nation like France, with some of the world's most strict gun ownership laws, were called 'classless' by some publications, like 'Mother Jones'. Other pro-Second Amendment pundits like Dana Loesch offered to teach Kim-K how to shoot back.
We here at Bullet Points are just glad Kim wasn't physically hurt anymore that she was.
September set a new record for the number of criminal background checks. The FBI says 1.99 million checks were done through the National Instant Criminal Background Check system last month... And that's the 17th month in a row to set a record, though not every background check equals a firearms sale.
And those are your Bullet Points, I'm Eben Brown, FOX News.