Is it just me or did USA Today try to subtly shame Vince Vaughn for his pro gun stance. If you read the article itself, it is a well written uneditorilized piece on some quotes from different interviews that indicate the reasoning behind Vince Vaughns pro gun stance. No problem right? But what about the headline "Vince Vaughn: Guns Should Be In Schools" Now maybe I am wrong, but does this not convey an image of like a toybox filled with guns for kindergartners to use as if Vince Vaughn would just have all your children haphazardly playing with guns. I'll admit, the primary reason I clicked the story was because I wanted to know what the crap they meant by that. As it turns out he didn't actually say "Guns should be in schools" (at least I couldnt find that quote anywhere in the article). He just believes that our children should be protected by armed security in schools the same way as a politician's child is.
So is this just click bait or is this a media bias against a pro-gun opinion? OR am I overthinking the whole thing?