Sunday, July 25, 2021

Congressional Democrat spills the beans, says “gun confiscation” is the ultimate goal

by Ethan Huff, DC Clothesline:

Shall not infringe. Shall not infringe. Shall not infringe. How many times do the gun-grabbing Democrats in Congress need to hear these three simple words before they get it through their thick skulls that the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, which protects and guarantees Americans’ God-given right to bear arms, is non-negotiable?

Apparently a few more times, as House Democrats are busy scheming up legislation that would make it much more difficult for the people of this country to rightfully buy, sell, and possess firearms. And their ultimate end game, as openly admitted by California Democrat Mike Thompson during a recent press conference, is to eventually confiscate everybody’s guns.

New York Times wants banks and credit card companies to monitor and ban gun purchases


from Fellowship Of The Minds:

Although there are rules preventing banks and credit-card companies from seeing what customers are buying, if the New York Times has its way, those financial companies would begin to do just that. Not only would they see what we purchase, but the NYT would also have them monitor and ban our gun purchases.

Writing for the New York Times on Dec. 24, 2018, financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin justifies himself by asserting that “credit cards have become a crucial part of the planning” of mass shooting in the past decade in that “many of the killers . . . built their stockpiles of high-powered weapons with the convenience of credit”. Not only did “the killers financed their attacks using credit cards. Some used credit to acquire firearms they could not otherwise have afforded.”

EXCLUSIVE: The Daily Wire Speaks With Cody Wilson About His 3D-Printed Gun Blueprints, Free Speech, And The People Trying To Shut Him Down


by Frank Camp, Daily Wire:

Cody Wilson, a self-proclaimed crypto-anarchist who lives in Austin, Texas, is at the center of a developing philosophical and legal debate about the nature and limits of free speech, which has the potential to be a flashpoint in American political history.

Wilson’s blueprints for a 3D-printed handgun called the “Liberator” went online in April 2013, and were downloaded approximately 100,000 times before the State Department stepped in, claiming Wilson had violated International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) law, reports The Washington Post. Wilson subsequently sued the State Department, and in June 2018, the case was settled. Wilson received a license to have the blueprints appear on his website, DEFCAD.

American Patriots Push Back Hard As Backlash Against Gun-Grabbers Escalates With 2nd Amendment Supporters Severing Ties With Anti-Gun Entities

by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

Dick’s Sporting Goods put themselves right in the middle of a firestorm after the Marjory Douglas shooting in Florida by immediately announcing they would stop selling one of the most popular modern sporting rifles, which were still being sold in their Field & Stream stores.

They also made it company policy to “no longer sell firearms to anyone under 21 years of age,” and “no longer sell high capacity magazines.”

Despite customer backlash, and two separate lawsuits in Oregon and Michigan, over age discrimination, Dick’s then doubled down and announced they were “in the process of destroying all firearms and accessories,” rather than trying to return them to their manufacturers.

In early May, Dick’s then decided to make it very clear as to their anti-second amendment stance by hiring a gun control lobbyist group to pressure Congress to push for more gun control laws, including banning what they called “assault-style” firearms, which are modern day sporting rifles, pushing for a 21 year-old age minimum to purchase firearms, even if a state’s age of consent is 18, and to ban high capacity magazines.

Another Example Of Why ‘Gun Free Zones’ Actually Aren’t

by Tom Knighton, Bearing Arms:

When anti-gun zealots want to keep an area safe, they pass requirements that guns aren’t allowed. They see the signs warning people that firearms aren’t permitted as magic talismans that repel anything that fires a bullet.

Of course, more rational sorts recognize that these rules only apply to those inclined to follow the rules. For those who aren’t, they’ll try and find a way.