Everytown Claims Victory As Gun Control Bills Pass Across Country

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Several states have passed tougher gun control laws in the past few months, and Everytown for Gun Control is celebrating “winning” over the gun lobby.

While many laws target domestic abusers some were enacted to remove private party sales by making a background check mandatory. Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Tennessee and Utah all passed new restrictions on firearms for domestic abusers, according to Everytown for Gun Safety group, which is funded by billionaire and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Overall, 23 states have enhanced the laws around domestic abusers since 2013, says the gun control advocacy group.  New Jersey already has some of the most draconian gun laws in the nation.

When you look at what’s happening in statehouses across the country, the gun safety movement is winning in state after state — even in this challenging political environment — because volunteers and gun violence survivors have become the counterweight to the gun lobby, said Shannon Watts, who founded Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a part of Everytown.  We should be labeling these groups as they are honestly: people who demand the rights of others be taken by force – since that’s all a law is anyway.

Of course, domestic violence laws aren’t the only ones that governments have passed recently. Hawaii, Tennessee and Washington state passed new laws requiring that police be notified when anyone who fails to pass a background check tries to buy a gun.  For those who can’t understand that one: it means guns will be put the heads of those who dared to asked permission from the government to own a gun and were denied.  No law will control the black market –  which is the way gun sales are headed with the hoops demanding of the law-abiding citizens. Anyone knowing that they will fail a background check isn’t going to head out to the store to buy a gun anyway.

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With more guns than people in this country, no law will ever be effective, except door-to door confiscation.  But don’t look for gun owners to be all that happy about handing over items acquired morally. That may be the one line Americans won’t allow the government to cross.  Also, an odd paradigm when you think about it.  Most allow the government to steal a good portion of their income in the name of taxes but would draw the line at the theft of an inanimate object.

Many of these measures were passed with the support of Republican lawmakers and governors, even though the party itself has promised to roll back restrictions on guns and not to allow new ones, points out Everytown. –RT

Gun control advocates claimed victory and a loss for the gun lobby, noting that attempts to repeal background checks in Iowa and Nebraska failed, while 17 of 18 states rejected bills to allow guns in schools and 14 of 16 states rejected bills to allow guns on college campuses. Additionally, 20 of 22 states didn’t pass bills that would have eliminated requirements for permits to carry guns, a top priority for the National Rifle Association, Everytown wrote in its new report card.

So, nothing has changed really.  Republican politicians are sellouts who helped pass more gun laws, and every law, no matter how ineffective or mundane is celebrated by the weakest members of society as if the invisible morally superior podium they were standing on just got sprinkled with glitter and lit up with pink lights. Gun control advocates actually celebrate the removal of freedom and rights; which is arguably the most disturbing part of this small sect of humanity.

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  • john folger

    will be easyer to put people in box cars when femi comes to pick them up ,,ask hitler

    • Most Americans won’t need to be picked up, they’ll gleefully report to enrollment stations for reeducation.

  • anonQ

    Why does former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg attack one of the birthrights our founding fathers gave us and how is it that so many people have been brainwashed into thinking it’s OK to attack this principle of democracy? Do they want us to be like Mexico; where it’s illegal to own a gun? Are these anti American useful idiots really so blind as to not recognize they are being used to help dismantle America as we once knew it? Are they foolish enough to think this will stop crime? Do they not realize that criminals could care less if it’s illegal to own a gun; in fact it will remove the final deterrent to crime and they won’t have to worry if a citizen is armed. Are these people really that foolish and easily misled? These people are not my countrymen and they should move to Mexico and leave us Americans alone. Their claims of victory are really a great loss for freedom this country is thought to stand for?

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      “May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” ~ S. Adams

      • anonQ

        You need to get outta here; you are a traitor to the principals this nation was founded upon..

        • Principals run schools, nations have principles. Got an education?

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          Stop talking to your mirror.

          I defend those principles, and always have.
          Often, using the Founders’ own words, just to show that it’s not a new idea.

    • Maybe it is a result of us thinking a natural right to be a birthright.

      • anonQ

        NO; it’s written in the second amendment to The United States Constitution. Look it up. I’ve never owned a gun, much less fired one, but I appreciate the right to bare arms if I so choose. If this right is lost the criminals (those in government and those in the hood) will have license to run wild like in Mexico and other backwards nations. We must not lose this right to the BS artists that convince those with easily influenced minds to succeed.

        • Arrow

          Are you implying that the Constitution gives you rights?

          • Ken

            No it just explains God given rights.

        • Any law that mentions arms infringes on the Second Amendment, which is strictly academic since it contains no enforcement clause.

      • Beppie

        It is an “unalienable” right granted by our creator. It cannot be given or taken away by ANY mortal. Continued assaults on our rights will lead to chattel servitude without end. Regarding “constittional rights” you haven’t any, if you are not a signatory on the document then you are not a party to the contract. In addition, the 2nd. amendment “a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”. The militia is the whole people, so what happened to the state militias. Gun grabbers are traitorous cowards who will trade a little liberty for a little order, who according to Thomas Jefferson will lose both and deserve neither.

        • Article 17 of the Wyoming Constitution consists of five sections.
          Section 1

          Text of Section 1:
          Of Whom Militia Constituted

          The militia of the state shall consist of all able-bodied qualified residents of the state, and those nonresidents who are accepted into service, between the ages of seventeen (17) and seventy (70) years; except those exempted by the law of the United States or of the state. But all residents having scruples of conscience averse to bearing arms shall be excused therefrom upon conditions as shall be prescribed by law.

          Section 2

          Text of Section 2:
          Legislature to Provide for Enrollment, Equipment and Discipline

          The legislature shall provide by law for the enrollment, equipment and discipline of the militia to conform as nearly as practicable to the regulations for the government of the armies of the United States.

          Section 3

          Text of Section 3:
          How Officers Commissioned

          All militia officers shall be commissioned by the governor, the manner of their selection to be provided by law, and may hold their commission for such period of time as the legislature may provide.

          Section 4

          Text of Section 4:
          Flags

          No military organization under the laws of the state shall carry any banner or flag representing any sect or society or the flag of any nationality but that of the United States.

          Section 5

          Text of Section 5:
          Governor to Be Commander-in-Chief; Powers

          The governor shall be commander-in-chief of all the military forces of the state, and shall have power to call out the militia to preserve the public peace, to execute the laws of the state, to suppress insurrection or repel invasion.

          From ballotpedia.org/Article_17,_Wyoming_Constitution

          It should be noted that neither the governor nor the legislature has done anything to put this provision into operation.

        • Where would a subpoena be sent to engage our creator as a witness to the lawful possession of our rights should they be challenged by earthly powers, such as those which routinely deny them?

    • Elaine.Benes, II

      Some of these Anti-American Useful Idiots know EXACTLY what they are a part of it. The others who don’t know are not above being propagandized and brainwashed like most of the Citizenry has been by the decades-long Campaign to Destroy America.
      It is apparently led by those “politicians” who know the purpose for which they were carefully selected and then placed into positions of power, the entertainment/music industry, the leftist/libtard mainstream media, the Kardashians (LOL), and the “events” (i.e. False Flag Terrorist Attacks) and “issues” (i.e. Transgender Bathroom Rights) put out there for our viewing pleasure by the Great American Propaganda Machine. From what i can gather, the machine is mostly operated by “public relations experts” for the wealthiest “PR Firms” on the planet. And possibly by some of those who call themselves “lobbyists” or say they work in “Government Relations” for multi-zillion dollar corporations…and agents working with various Agencies…and some Zionist Jews…it’s hard to say, really.

      • anonQ

        Hi Elaine. I agree with and also see the things you mention. They are destroying our sovereignty/way of life from within. It’s all to usher in the one world government which will make even more $$$ for the criminals that have purchased the souls of our so call leaders throughout the world.

        • Elaine.Benes, II

          Exactly. It is a sad realization that these are the things that have become of us and America.

        • Arrow

          Actually, the only way for your sovereignty to be diminished is if you consent to it.

          “The government has no inherent sovereignty within the 50 union states… and Congress can exercise no power which the sovereign people have not entrusted to it: all else is excluded.” Julliard v. Greenman, 110 US 421

          No one is obliged to accept a benefit against his consent. But if he does not dissent, he will be considered as assenting. Invitio benificium non datur. Dig. 50. 17.69; broom, Max. 3d Lond ed. 625. Bouvier’s.

          It does not matter whether we are speaking of a citizenship of the State or the United States; the same voluntary principles still apply. It is basically understood that merely being native born within the territorial boundaries of the United States of America does not make such an inhabitant a Citizen of the United States subject to the jurisdiction of the Fourteenth Amendment. Elk v. Wilkins, Neb (1884), 5s.ct.41, 112 US 99, 28 L. Ed. 643

          And many, many more. A few relevant maxims:

          Favors from government often carry with them an enhanced measure of regulation.

          Any one may renounce a law introduced for his own benefit.

          No one is obliged to accept a benefit against his consent.

          He who receives the benefit should also bear the disadvantage.

          • If sovereignty is a benefit, why aren’t we asked to consent to it?

          • anonQ

            “Actually, the only way for your sovereignty to be diminished is if you consent to it.”

            Ahh; starting to make sense.Hence the media blitz to convince people that “guns kill” etc, etc, ad nausium

    • SP_88

      Many of them are indeed as dumb as a box of rocks. But there are some who know exactly what they are doing. They are well aware that if you outlaw guns, only outlaws will have guns. They are well aware that places with the most gun control are also places with the highest crime and murder rates. And they are well aware that places with the most gun freedom are places with very low crime and murder rates. They know what we know, but they have an agenda. They are not affected by the crime and violence their unConstitutional laws will cause, so they could care less if there is suddenly a murder and crime spree in every city in America after the citizens guns have been taken. In fact, they would simply use such facts to push more of their oppressive agenda against us. They would try to push more gun control, if we even had any guns left, and if not, they would start with the baseball bats and knives and anything else that could be used as a weapon. They would completely ignore the evidence and facts that prove their agenda is wrong in every conceivable way.
      One of the biggest problems is getting people to understand that this is not being done because the politicians are ignorant, it’s being done on purpose by politicians who want us to be disarmed. It’s not about public safety and crime prevention, it’s about controlling the people. It’s much easier to control people who are unarmed and helpless than it is to control people with guns who can fight back.
      And obviously they can’t just send the authorities out to confiscate all the guns because we would rebel. So they are forced to play this game of pretending to care about wanting to stop gun violence so they can slowly whittle away at our rights until they are gone with the hope that it will happen slowly enough and over a long enough period of time that we won’t do anything about it until it’s too late.

      • anonQ

        I couldn’t have said it better. I believe and see you are right on all points.

    • Undecider

      Bloomberg is a Communist. He’s also going to be at the top of everyone’s list after the crap hits the fan. He probably hasn’t thought about that.

  • Roscoe

    You will also notice that it is senators and representatives that are passing these laws….. These laws are not being put to a vote of the people……… It’s time to flush ALL of those voting your freedom away folks…

    • Would you rather live in a democracy, where the majority decide your rights?

      • Jimmy B

        You already have that, with the majority voting to take away the rights of smokers, the minority. Classic example of mob/majority rule. Although I completely understand the restriction for restaurants, I do not for taverns or bowling alleys, where strong fans can suck up the smoke to the ceiling like they have at casinos. Saying that those employed in taverns should have the right to clean air, is moot, when, knowing that smoking was allowed, should have never applied for the job in the first place. Or, as entrepreneurs could open up shops and venues that cater to smokers only; nope; big government won’t allow it; smokers be damned. Like muslims demanding no pork in school lunches, when pork has been served for centuries. Don’t like it? Don’t go there.

        • If you think that we are already a democracy, what does it matter what else you think? Propaganda has been served for centuries as well, and you apparently have been pigging out on it.

          • Jeff

            I can never understand all this talk about the United States being a democracy. Democracy has nothing to do with it. We are not a democracy. We are a republic. And not even a democratic republic, but a federal republic. Meaning that all the power is concentrated in one place — Washington, DC.

            Just ask the reporter who asked Benjamin Franklin after the first Constitutional Convention of 1787. And I quote the founder: “We are a republic, sir. If we can keep it.”

            Thomas Jefferson wanted nothing to do with the United States being a democracy. Democracy, according to Jefferson, was “rule by the mob.”

            In a democracy the people vote, and they vote often. In a republic the people vote once for the people who will do all the voting the rest of the time. Former President Bush called himself “the decider” for a reason.

          • Where was the power concentrated before Washington, D.C. existed?

          • Seen2013

            Constitutional Republic not Federal Republic. Big difference

          • FWIW, http://www.bartleby.com/73/1593.html said it went differently:

            Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.

            NUMBER: 1593
            AUTHOR: Benjamin Franklin (1706–90)
            QUOTATION: “Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a Monarchy?”

            “A Republic, if you can keep it.”
            ATTRIBUTION: The response is attributed to BENJAMIN FRANKLIN—at the close of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, when queried as he left Independence Hall on the final day of deliberation—in the notes of Dr. James McHenry, one of Maryland’s delegates to the Convention.

            McHenry’s notes were first published in The American Historical Review, vol. 11, 1906, and the anecdote on p. 618 reads: “A lady asked Dr. Franklin Well Doctor what have we got a republic or a monarchy. A republic replied the Doctor if you can keep it.” When McHenry’s notes were included in The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, ed. Max Farrand, vol. 3, appendix A, p. 85 (1911, reprinted 1934), a footnote stated that the date this anecdote was written is uncertain.
            SUBJECTS: Republic
            WORKS: Benjamin Franklin Collection

          • Jimmy B

            Why would you state that I believe we are a democracy, and then slanderously state that I pig out on it? I said nothing of the sort. I only made the statement that in a democracy, the majority rules, and I gave a living example of just such a thing. YOU stated that we are not a democracy, and yet I just gave you an example that says otherwise. We are supposed to be a Constitutional Republic, but are neither; we are an Oligarchy ruled dictatorship.

            When did the people vote to put Cannabis on the schedule one list? NEVER. When did the people vote to suppress EVERY SINGLE cancer cure that people have come up with? NEVER. When did the people vote to make sure our little girls and boys can be arrested and their parents jailed, tazed, beaten or killed, for setting up a lemonade stand and refusing to comply when they tell us to take it down? NEVER. When did the people vote to ensure that the development and manufacturing of the engine that can run on water would never come to see the light of day? NEVER.

            In a democracy, WE would get to vote on all those things. Since we have NO SAY whatsoever, we do not even live in a democracy.

          • When you wrote that “You already have that, with the majority voting to take away the rights of smokers, the minority,” you said that we are democracy, but now that you realize what you said, you are upset at me for pointing out that you said it? How am I responsible for you not knowing what you are saying and slandering you with your own words?

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  • gazoo3

    Death to traitors.

  • No bureaucrat is going to take away a legally owned weapon where there are 14 registered guns per capita, where I live.

    • FollowDaMoney

      Who registers their guns? I don’t have one registered firearm.

      • Then you bought them all from private owners and/or inherited them. If you didn’t register them, they are still registered, to someone else. Guns are like vehicles, they come out of the factory registered.

        • FollowDaMoney

          Yes, guns are registered as being produced unless you build them yourself.

          Guns are not registered with the State or Federal gov. as a vehicle with the owners name and address. The only record with my name would be with the FFL that sold the firearm.

          It’s to bad that I had a boating accident a few years back and lost them.

          • If you don’t register them as a manufacturer, you are committing a felony. You have already admitted committing a felony, they won’t need evidence to convict.

          • FollowDaMoney

            What did I do to commit a felony? Re-read what I said. Did I say I was building guns and selling them as a Manufacturer without a License? Nope. Did I say I built guns? Nope. You missed the whole point. The government doesn’t know who the end user of a ‘registered gun’ is unless…… What? I was just trying to help…..

          • Manufacture of a firearm does not require doing so as a business or for profit or gain. The serial number of every gun in my possession when the FBI searched my van is in my dossier. Fortunately, with the exception of two Ramline 50 round .22 banana magazines, they were all owned and possessed legally. I got the “illegal” magazines back after I paid the fine and the court costs at my trial for illegally possessing them, and carried them pout of the police station, in violation of the original charge. I was given the correct day and time for my appearance, or I might have wound up like Randy Weaver.

          • FollowDaMoney

            Where do you live? Why was the FBI searching your van? Tell them to come back latter with a warrant.

          • Down by the river, of course!
            That was a lot of years ago, and I was given the choice between letting them search it or they’d seize it, and I needed a place to live, so…
            The FBI just wanted to slap me quiet, because I’d made the comment in a Federal building that McVeigh didn’t finish the job…

          • FollowDaMoney

            Sad.

          • On the contrary, it has given me a lot of insight into the workings and the incompetencies of federal and local governments that so many of us are cautious and/or afraid of, and for the most part, pity is what I feel.

          • Undecider

            Registration isn’t required if they are for personal use. Look up the laws, if you don’t mind.

          • What evidence have you given that you have done so?
            Use of the firearm is not an issue under the registration laws.

          • NonYo Business

            Built my own. 80% lower.

        • Seen2013

          Not all States requires a register or forensic piece turned in to Police Department for example Baltimore.

          • All states follow federal law because gun registration is federally mandated, and they will lose their federal bribes if they don’t comply. Maryland doesn’t have it’s own federal law. Baltimore certainly isn’t exempt from federal law, although their high murder rate indicates they are exempt from common sense.

          • William The Warlord

            The Federal government does not have or keep a registry of firearms made or imported.Manufacturers must put serial numbers on all modern guns and maintain a record of which distributor bought which firearms but that data never is sent to the Federal or State governments. Firearms are only traceable to the FFL point of sale.Gun Dealers (FFL) do not provide any data to the government unless asked specifically to trace a specific gun in a criminal investigation. When FFL’s retire they can send in their records but many do not making tracing most guns difficult as time flows on.It is an Urban Myth that the Federal government knows who has what gun.Only Machine Guns and “Destructive Devices”,(Bazookas,Artillery,Tank Cannons,Grenades,Explosive Shells,etc)are required to be registered with the ATF and pay a $200 dollar “Stamp Tax”!

          • Arrow

            Thank you for saying what I was about to.

          • Are you a manmufacturer or a an FFL? There are several in my county and state, and they are under constant BATFE supervision, requiring reporting of every gun they ship out of the state, which, as a result is damn few.

          • William The Warlord

            Yes I was an FFL and had several other related Federal Dealers permits.FFL’s can only ship intra-State direct to a non FFL individual if they are a low volume dealer and sell less than 50 guns per year.To use that exception,the Chief of Police must be notified by certified mail and given 7 business days to reject the transfer.Most of the hundreds of thousands of intra-State gun transfers done each month today are done FFL to FFL.There was never a Federal notification requirement.That is why direct non-over- the -counter -sales to individuals almost never happen today.

            It is another “Urban Myth” that the BATFE is constantly supervising the thousands of gun dealers. Most compliance checks come every 2 years and only verify that the FFL is actually keeping a bound book and 4473 forms.Most FFL do not hear from the criminal side of BATFE unless a gun needs to be traced by the FFL.The BATFE can barely supervise it’s own agents much less the thousands of gun dealers!

          • Judging by Ruby Ridge and Waco, they ain’t doing a very good job supervising much of anything when they are up for budget appropriation consideration. I don’t know if you do black powder, but they have been a real pain for a friend of mine who does. They love to act like they have comparable authority with black as with smokeless.

          • It is a governmental myth that the federal government doesn’t keep the application for a permit to purchase every gun that an FFL won’t sell without it, unless you can provide proof that the federal government has never lied before.

  • Jeff

    “But don’t look for gun owners to be all that happy about handing over items acquired morally. That may be the one line Americans won’t allow the government to cross.”

    Horse cr*p.

    Every time some idiot talks about lines that cannot be crossed, the very next thing is how the forbidden line is crossed.

    Every time. Pathetic.

    • TGFD

      TGFD here.
      Jeff…..When are you going to stand-up and do something heroic?
      You know, like taking-out a police goon who’s munching on a donut in his/her car? Keeping the blue filth scared $h*tless is actually a good thing.

    • Elaine.Benes, II

      The GD line that we Americans should not have allowed the Government to cross should have been drawn WAY before NOW and if it was EVER going to be drawn, it already would have been. Hell, it will take most being 6 months in to imprisonment in some FEMA Camp before they even come out of denial that being there is not “a good thang”. Only then will even some of them say “Damn, we should have drawn the line when (Fill in the Blank).”

  • Roy Hobs

    Hitler’s Gun Control was not for Germans. It was for subversives. If Hitler were alive he would enact a gun ban for all blacks in Chicago. Oh………..that’s RACIST!

    • Erin Anderson

      Hilter’s Gun Control Act of 1938 was used to disarm German Jews. Hitler knew that he need to disarm the Jews before he could round them up and send them to the Concentration camps.

      • ProudAmerican

        Why did he do that, Erin? http://judaism.is/holocaust.html

        Remember this—The Germans had plenty of reason to incarcerate their DECLARED internal enemy:
        • World Jewry’s 1933 declaration of war against Germany
        • Jewish led and funded revolutions in Germany while Germany was trying to fight World War 1 (e.g., the Berlin Spartacist uprising, the Bavarian Socialist Republic revolution)
        • MILLIONS killed by Jewish revolutionaries in numerous European nations in both the 19th and early 20th centuries.

        http://judaism.is/images/judea%20declares%20war%20with%20inset.jpg?crc=4241471279

      • Roy Hobs

        “German Jews”……………that’s an oxymoron. But you are correct. Nothing wrong with wanting a “Germany” for Germans. Especially considering the Jew is hostile toward the white race. A good study of the Weimar Republic is essential in understanding why the NSDAP sought to remove Jews from Germany. Jews exhibited a lot of chutzpa with their Economic Boycott — Judea Declares War on Germany.

        • Erin Anderson

          German Ashkenazi’s

          • Roy Hobs

            How about — Ashkenazis living in Germany. Or better….Ashkenazis parasiting off Germany. That’s better.

          • Erin Anderson

            The Ashkenazi Rothschild central banking system caused a lot of problems for Germany after WW1. Usury is the weapon that the Ashkenazi’s used to try to destroy Germany.

          • Roy Hobs

            And Pornography.

          • It is working pretty well for the Fed as well.

          • Erin Anderson

            The Federal Reserve should be abolished. Our government should not be paying interest on paper/digital currency that a Central banker creates out of thin air and that’s backed by nothing.

          • The Federal Reserve Board and Banks are not part of the United States or any other government.

      • Before it was translated into English for passage as America’s gun control act.

    • Elaine.Benes, II

      Well, we can’t have THAT here!

  • TGFD

    TGFD here.
    The counterweight to the gun-control legislation, is finding more ambushed police in their cars, with bullet hole in their heads. The more scared-$h*tless the police are, the less willing they will be to enforce those “common-sense” gun-control laws. LOL!!

    • William the Resolute

      Why don’t you just STFU you spineless keyboard warrior. You don’t know a damn thing about reality…f**king troll.

      • TGFD

        TGFD again.
        William….Talk about spineless. You’re the one whose activity is labeled, “Private” and, “Deal with it”. LOL!! Ashamed of something? Afraid of someone finding your sorry a-$$?

        • William the Resolute

          Watch your own 6 a**hole….f**king troll.

  • Erin Anderson

    The ultimate goal of the anti-gun Communist group Everytown for Gun Control is to eventually disarm ever single law abiding gun owner in the United States. It is our job to make sure they fail at achieving this objective. We must never allow them to destroy our 2nd amendment.

  • Elaine.Benes, II

    I am in one of the states that is gonna report you to the PoPo (the NWO “overseers” of Formerly We The People) when you “fail” your “background” “check”. So, in other words, if you are even remotely concerned that you MAY not “pass” your “background” CHECK from something you were even remotely involved in 50 years ago, DO NOT BOTHER trying to LEGALLY acquire a firearm. If you are an otherwise law-abiding U.S. Citizen who does not want “any trouble” do not even attempt to purchase a firearm even though the thing you did or the problem you had 27 years ago had NOT SHIT TO DO WITH A FIREARM, because if you dare to, The Nanny State is a comin’ to getcha! So I am interested in whether they will call it something other than a background “check” as they have now LEGISLATED it a “required” that you pass it; a REQUIRED background check you are REQUIRED to pass.
    Ya know, at this point, I doubt if even a Government led door-to-door “Arms Recovery Program” will be the place where any Citizens, other than SOME who post here and others likewise, draw that line the author refers to above. That line should have been drawn well before now, much less when they show up to take our weapons.
    This consistent and now chronic passage and enactment of legislation by these Useful Idiots of the Masters/these NWO Minions to further destroy any semblance of our freedom from government harassment and documentation and right to be left alone has made me very sorry that I brought an innocent child into the world. In fact, i am nauseated as I write this.

  • dav1bg

    Jws sure don’t want the general public to be able to defend themselves. Especially from their government.

  • dav1bg

    The Swiss people had 1 million guns in WWII. Germany had 3 million Jews with no guns.

    • Gil G

      What about the million more Germans who had guns in WW2?

  • Tom J

    They can pass these laws, doesn’t mean law abiding citizens are going to comply. We we know the constitution is on our side.

  • Mike

    from my cold dead hands after I have passed out all my lead.

    • Are we talking about fishing line weights here?

      • Mike

        I don’t do any fishing with my guns.

  • Liberty Valance

    Sons of Bitches are still trying to overthrow our Country. We have no real government. The two party system turned out to be a one party system, best liar wins.

    President Trump is first outsider to disrupt this bull crap system.

    Let us all support President Trump, and keep our guns.

  • That will one of the shortest careers in crime known to man.

  • Undecider

    These laws passed because the Pro-Trump crowd went to sleep as soon as he became President.