Katie Couric targets the Second Amendment By Tim Yahoo! Global News superstar Katie Couric has found a new passion: filmmaking. Despite landing A-list guests such as supermodel and philanthropist Beth Ostrosky Stern, her daytime talk show, Katie, was canceled after one season due to humiliatingly poor ratings; but Couric says her journey is just beginning. Her groundbreaking new documentary, Under the Gun, features dramatic footage of those whose lives have been destroyed in mass shootings. Couric says that her goal in making the film was to fairly look at both sides of the complicated gun rights debate. Lee Daniels, the director behind such cinema classics as Precious and The Butler, has praised Couric's film, saying, “My dad was a cop. Age 5 or 6, I played with his revolver. I grew up with that stuff. My friends in Philly were shot dead. I’ve had the experience. Seen the pain it causes.” When asked whether parental ineptitude on the part of his father could have played a role in these shocking childhood experiences, Daniels refused to comment. Variety magazine calls the film an "essential primer on the rise of gun violence". Unfortunately for Couric, new evidence has surfaced proving that her new film has been aggressively edited to silence and embarrass her interviewees. In the following clip from Katie Couric's documentary, pro-gun rights neanderthals are left in a state of utter confusion and despair after Couric asks, “If there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from purchasing a gun?” The interviewees had been caught completely off-guard by Couric's hard-hitting line of questioning, and proceeded to hang their heads in shame. But in newly obtained audio by the Washington Free Beacon, an entirely different exchange occurred, in which the interviewees immediately presented their thoughts and ideas. Liberal extremists like Katie Couric constantly claim to want an "honest, national conversation" about gun rights, but their actions prove otherwise.