An MSNBC reporter attempted to do a live report from a Nevada gun range on Tuesday.
It didn’t go so well.
Host Andrea Mitchell asked MSNBC reporter Kerry Sanders to discuss Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s poll numbers prior to the Nevada Republican caucus on Tuesday evening.
Sanders then attempted to do the report at Reno Guns & Range, but he was inaudible due to the sound of gunfire.
“I put myself here because, as you’ll see over my shoulder here, there’s lots of folks here who believe that the Second Amendment in this country is under attack,” Sanders began.
The Washington Free Beacon published a “rough transcription” of what transpired next:
“(Bang) (Bang) (Bang) They say that the (Bang) short distance away (Bang) (Bang) Donald Trump (Bang) (Bang) (Bang) (Bang) (Bang) about protecting the Second Amendment (Bang) (Bang) (Bang) (Bang) All the Republicans (Bang) (Bang) support protecting the Second Amendment. Donald Trump (Bang) has said in speeches (Bang) the First Amendment and he supports the Second Amendment (Bang) (Large Bang) (Bang) (Bang) from the crowd when he says that. (Bang) (Bang) As we look at what Donald Trump has been doing (Bang) (Bang) Jeb Bush now, he’s focusing on Ted Cruz. (Bang) Saying in a tweet (Bang) Wow was Ted Cruz disloyal to his very capable director (Bang) used him as a scapegoat (Bang) like a dog (Bang) talking about (bang) fired his spokesman (Bang).”
“Kerry, I’m afraid we could not hear most of that, because the firepower was a little bit too great,” Mitchell said at the end of the segment. “We didn’t know you were going to be there today.”
(H/T Washington Free Beacon)