1 month, 1 week ago
Everytown For Gun Safety — the lobbyist for HB 50 and SB 48 — says private party sales allow felons to buy guns online. The ATF rules are clear here too: Online sellers must ship their guns to a FFL willing to receive them and run a background check on the buyer. That Everytown For Gun Safety found felons trying to buy a gun from one of their fake online ads only means that criminals are criminals. It so happens that those banned from buying a firearm also come into FFL retail outlets fully knowing they will not pass a background check just to see if that FFL would be willing to sell it to them anyway.
The author, Elisabeth Miller, has an impressive CV at the end of the article, and her husband owns Miller Guns & Ammo. Listen to me my New Mexico friends. This is part of Bloomberg’s state-to-state strategy to infringe on God-given liberties.
You cannot deal gently with Everytown. You will get buried. You must deal with them harshly. When Everytown folks invaded my back yard, they tried to run with the big dogs and got chewed up by my readers.
That’s what you have to do to these people. Chew them up. Make them regret ever targeting New Mexico. Make them sorry to have ever known you.
I’m not kidding. They will use Alinsky techniques. If you’re not prepared for battle, you need to get prepared. You must savage these people. Do not talk with them, do not banter with them, do not try to persuade them, do not compromise with them. Savage them.