Look on the left-hand side of the page, the box headed "Concealed Carry Killers" and sporting a nifty bullet hole graphic.
Right off, what kind of mental picture are we getting here?
We've got the words "concealed carry" and "killers" paired together.
The Average Person, when seeing those words, will likely immediately assume all persons who carry concealed are killers.
Now, look at this tweet in that box. (I marked it for clarity.)
Here's a better look, from VPC's Twitter status page:
Egads! It's listed under "Concealed Carry Killers" which must mean, by leaping to conclusions, that this woman planned to kill people!"
But go read the article they link to. It notes:
[NBC 5] reports that she told police she forgot the gun was in her bag.But the VPC conveniently forgets that little tidbit of info and only tells you the woman went aboard a plane with a gun and later got arrested.
See what the VPC is doing here?
Sin of omission, for one thing.
But more importantly, guilt by association.
Here's what they want you to be thinking: "Since some concealed carriers have committed horrific crimes including killing people, then it must follow that all concealed carriers are planning to kill people."
This, of course, makes no sense.
This is the same as saying if there is one bad apple in a bushel, then the entire bushel must be bad.
This is also the same as saying if a robbery is committed by a black or Hispanic male, then all black or Hispanic males are robbers.