Gun Controllers Don’t Really Want that ‘Conversation’

Gun Controllers Don’t Really Want that ‘Conversation’

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Opinion By Larry Keane Gun Controllers Don’t Really Want that ‘Conversation’ USA – -( AmmoLand.com )- Time and again, we hear from those advocating for more gun control laws who intone with a sense of moral superiority that we need to have a “ conversation ” on guns. The goal, they say, is to reduce violence, suggesting that they are somehow more evolved. Yet, just this week, some anti-gun activists and politicians were caught red-handed fantasizing about wanting to shoot politicians and gun rights advocates as well as suggesting the “ doxing ,” or publicly posting private information, on gun owners. In one instance, a woman attending the Connecticut General Assembly’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary hearing on several gun control bills, was photographed texting a threat against Republican state Sen. Rob Sampson and NRA members. “If I had a gun, I’d blow away Sampson and a large group of NRA,” a photo of the text message reads. The anti-gun activist was escorted from the hearing. Later, Sampson said that wasn’t the first time he’s been threatened with violence for standing up for the Constitutional rights of Connecticut citizens. No charges were filed against the woman. Sneaking in A Lower Receiver It didn’t end there. At the same hearing, Jeremy Stein, executive director of Connecticut Against Gun Violence, was escorted out of the state legislative office building for smuggling in an 80 percent lower firearm receiver. Stein had reportedly asked Bridgeport Police Chief A.J. Perez to bring the firearm […]

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