“Data derived from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) shows that November 25, 2011, Black Friday, had the most background checks for firearm purchases in a single day (129,166) with a 32 percent increase over the previous NICS high (November 28, 2008),” the NSSF (National Shooting Sports Foundation) reports. Ryan Dube [above] wonders what that means, exactly. “Increased sales may represent is a national gear-up toward class warfare,” topsecretwriters.com‘s editor-in-chief writes, “a potential civil war between the haves and the have-nots . . .
The Middle Class continues to shrink, and the gap between the wealthy and the poor continues to grow wider. Meanwhile, the animosity between each side continues to grow – as the wealthy blame the poor for being lazy and inept, and the poor blame the wealthy for corruption and unfair distribution of profits and wealth . . .
In 2010, the Department of Homeland Security issued a warning that authorities recognized an increasing threat from “right-wing extremist groups” in the United States. According to a Politico report, the DHS recognized this increase immediately following the election of President Obama . . .
The release of this DHS report, timed specifically at a time when firearm and ammunition sales began to surge dramatically in the United States, paints a very scary picture for the country if the gap between the rich and the poor continues on its current path, and if some major event sparks the increasing fuel of anger that is evident at both ends of the spectrum.
See how that works? Gun sales are a danger to democracy and social order. In fact, the opposite is true. Go figure.
And while you’re doing that, riddle me this Batman: why would a site called Top Secret Writers list their writers, complete with mug shots? Thank God Second Amendment opponents specialize in personal foot shots. Metaphorically speaking.