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Lefties insist that only police officers should have guns and be able to intervene in school shootings. But they don’t want to hold the officers that failed miserably to do so accountable, because their boss is a Democrat. And so they keep trying to blame the NRA for a preventable school shooting without ever explaining what they would have done to prevent it.
A New Jersey law that makes it a felony to possess a gun magazine capable of holding over 10 rounds of ammunition is now active. This wildly unconstitutional law instantly criminalizes hundreds of thousands of New Jersey citizens who legally acquired normal capacity firearms magazines — which include 17-round pistol magazines and
CNN, along with their self-important, liberal flunkies, need to stop presuming to dictate politically-correct “proper procedure” to us who actually do own guns, and do go armed, sometimes in dangerous places, and go back to eating grass in their ivory towers.
As a result of the investigations, Kelley was convicted by General Court-Martial of an assault on both his wife and stepson, which is reportable to the FBI in accordance with DoD policy. This conviction should have prevented Kelley from purchasing a firearm from a licensed firearms dealer.
It is unknown if the pit-bull victim will be charged with a crime or if he will have difficulty in retrieving his firearms from the police.
California Congressman Eric Swalwell, a man who issued a veiled threat of nuking those who would not comply with gun confiscation laws was challenged by Kent State graduate and gun owner Kaitlin Bennett with questions on why he wanted to nuke Americans and if he was actually going to do anything regarding Google censorship. Watch how fast he runs to the elevator.
Stay vigilant America. The ride is not over simply because you have a guy with an “R” on his jersey in the White House.
Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- -A new study of violent crime and concealed carry law found no correlation between them. The study compared homicide and violent crime at the state level with changes in concealed carry law over a 30 year period, from 1986 to 2015. During this period
“I mean when the Constitution was written initially they didn’t have a protection for guns because our founders just thought it was an assumed right,” he said, “later they added it in the Bill of Rights as the Second Amendment but they felt very strongly that every American has the right to defend themselves.”
A joint effort by research organizations has found after a study during a 10-year period that the rates of firearm-related death did not change after comprehensive background check and violent misdemeanor polices were passed in California.