You refer to the fact that he said 'brainwash' in a manner that denoted attempting to aggressively alter the mindsets of citizens in regards to guns? That's not difficult to isolate in the speech. I fail, however, to discern exactly where he asserts that this campaign must pursue a pro-gun control stance.<quoted text> I watched the video, either it's way over your head or your liberal programing prevents you from understanding.
I'm largely against gun control and feel that it's never actually stated so in this address in either direction. It simply maintains that youth have a view of guns in keeping with the times of 1995; movies and music put forth a very provocative and stylish image of firearms in that time period, in music lyrics and film images. Guns appear to give one power. Action films, rap music/videos, and the then-blossoming video game industry gave them a fashionable appearance as tools of power and influence.
I don't agree with Holder's resume; I believe he's corrupt and has committed crimes and must lawfully answer for them. This press conference, however, is a sign of the times in the mid-90's and little more. Don't let paranoid nuts in the comments section sway you; YouTube commenters are no better than the average Reddit or 4chan poster, and often even more idiotic.