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Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer of N.Y. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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By Larry Keane

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has one word for lawful, regulated and licensed firearm retailers.


In remarks to media pushing his gun control agenda, Sen. Schumer said, “…the evil gun dealers, pushed by the NRA, have used gun shows as a major way to get guns into the hands of people without a background check.”

What is evil is the senator’s twisted distortions to bastardize the truth to disarm Americans. Sen. Schumer knows he’s lying. He knows all commercial sales of firearms, whether at a brick-and-mortar store, at a gun show or initiated online, must be completed in a face-to-face-transfer with the required background check forms and verification from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).

Sen. Schumer is lying. That’s evil.

Yet, he casually slings insults to those small business owners who follow the law and sell firearms to law-abiding citizens. That’s the mom-and-pop shops on downtown street corners and the destination big-box retailers too, that sell camping equipment, fishing tackle and hunting gear.

He said firearm retailers are evil. That’s not the description he applied to the murderers who commit their horrendous crimes. That’s not the final word for those who criminally misuse a firearm, who wantonly ignore laws and prey on innocent Americans. Sen. Schumer reserved the harsh and final verdict to one of the most regulated industries in America.

Ignorant Hate

Sen. Schumer slapped that label on gun owners during a New York City press conference where he spun tales about home-built firearms, or so-called “ghost guns.”

Charles Chuck Schumer New York Senator
(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

“They’re as easy to buy and easier to assemble than Legos,” he told reporters. Which is another lie. Unless of course toddlers are using drill presses, power rotary tools, metal files along with other hand tools like hammers and screwdrivers, he knows this is another lie.

That’s also assuming that Legos also now fall under the 1934 National Firearms Act, the 1968 Gun Control Act and the 1988 Undetectable Firearms Act to ensure the Legos meet the required specifications, including the 3.7 ounces of metal that must be part of the overall design.

Sen. Schumer’s far-fetched comparisons dare to assume then that, like all firearms, Legos would also be barred from being possessed by prohibited individuals. If Sen. Schumer were less prone to hurl incendiary rhetoric and actually studied the laws he’s maligning, he’d know that children, criminals and those adjudicated mentally defective by a judge are prohibited from possessing firearms.

He Hates You, Not the Guns

Sen. Schumer’s problem isn’t with the gun or the gun retailer. He’s surrounded by guns. As part of the Senate’s leadership, he is constantly surrounded by Capitol Hill police who carry guns to provide for his safety. He went along with Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and surrounded Capitol Hill with National Guardsmen carrying guns.

Clearly, if Sen. Schumer were so disgusted by guns, he’d demand they were nowhere in his presence. He hasn’t.

His slandering of regulated, licensed and law-abiding firearm retailers is because they serve the more than 21 million Americans who rejected Sen. Schumer’s control over their lives and chose instead to protect themselves. It must be infuriating that 8.4 million of them – including a record number of New Yorkers – bought a firearm for the first time.

Sen. Schumer’s only borrowing a page from President Joe Biden’s playbook. President Biden, from the debate stage while running for the White House, called firearm manufacturers “the enemy.” This is the industry that provides the U.S. military with their small arms, law enforcement their tools, and citizens the means by which to exercise their Second Amendment rights and protect themselves and their loved ones.

This is an industry that’s veteran-heavy. These are men and women who literally swore oaths to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic — the cost of which could include their lives.

In President Biden’s estimate, being a firearm manufacturer is now enough to earn the label of “enemy.” To sell a firearm in accordance with the law and regulations is enough in Sen. Schumer’s mind to earn the label “evil.”

This isn’t Sen. Schumer’s first time going off half-cocked, if the pun is allowed. Sen. Schumer threatened U.S. Supreme Court Justices they would “pay the price” if they didn’t vote his way on issues.

The left-leaning publication The Atlanticoffered Sen. Schumer some unsolicited advice then.

Shut. The. Front. Door. Now.

He should listen.


Larry Keane is SVP for Government and Public Affairs, Assistant Secretary and General Counsel of the National Shooting Sports Foundation.


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  1. Why then Don’t firearms groups and manufacturers purchase ad space in left leaning mags and news outlets attacking these lies so that those who have never held a gun or purchased one are told the truth? Doing so in friendly publications already tells the faithful what we already know!!! We need to fight fire with fire!!

    • You assume that those publications would sell the ad space. I suspect most won’t. They have a disincentive to publish the “fake news” put out by the “evil” gun industry.

      • Yes,

        Also the same reason I don’t read leftist papers or publications.

        Works both ways, if we put tons of pro gun messages in magazines such as reloaders digest, good chance Hollywood stars aren’t going to read them.

        • They won’t get the ad space. They literally either will not sell it to the industry people or manufacturers, and even the 501(c)3-4 pro-gun non-profits will get shut down.

          There’s a reason you literally never see an add for a gun or even gun-adjacent stuff like streamlight unless you’re on the outdoor channel or have printed gun literature in your hands. They don’t give them ads no matter what they’d pay.

      • “And she’ll never let your spirits down, (once you get her off the streets! 😉 )

        I met the bass player on that song (he called himself ‘Boogie’), he exposed me to the value of using noise gates in a live concert sound setting…

        • Looking at the studio video, I suppose he may have lied to me. He had someone playing bass on live videos-touring. I dunno. Anyways, his tips on noise gates was helpful when I was doing live sound mixing in clubs.

          Do you follow ‘slapper’ Davie504? He’s *good*… 😉

  2. You wanna see evil?! Come after my guns, you fucking scumbag democrats haven’t seen evil…..yet.

    • He see’s evil every time he looks in the mirror ! Wish the guard would walk off and refuse to protect the evil bastards in D C.

    • And to him ANTIFA and BLM are righteous social activists (shortened to socialists) who are righting historic wrongs while punishing those who have abused their privilege. They can do no wrong, even when the commit aggravated assault, robbery, extortion, arson, and murder, because it is social justice.

  3. Golly I know a few gun dealer’s. Generally good people. Amy’s cousin is an idiot…

  4. hes inciting people to violence against the type of individual that one generally shouldnt attempt violence against…
    IF you know what i mean
    like everything that any democrat has ever started…
    this wont end well…

  5. Chucky needs to have some kind of live altering event.
    Be it stroke, heart attack, whatevever.. he needs to attend to his home life.

  6. Dems and media are operating as good (can do no wrong) vs evil (those who disagree with them on any topic), but conveniently reverse the definitions of good and evil. It probably won’t end well.

  7. “What is evil is the senator’s twisted distortions to bastardize the truth to disarm Americans.”

    This is deliberate. Simple psychology. Once you label a group or organization as ‘evil’, you gave them the green light to destroy it.

    It is literally a declaration of war, and “all’s fair in love and war”, as the ‘ole saying goes.

    If we don’t take these attacks seriously, the consequences to civil rights will be catastrophic…

    • Living through a country coming apart at the seams isn’t as fun as all those boogbois on message boards made it out to be.

      • Just set back and enjoying legalized weed. We no longer have a common set of values we all agree on. It’s time we go our seperate ways. Peacefully I hope.

        • Hope is not a good plan and what you hope for was nearly impossible a year ago, it’s entirely impossible today.

          Just look at what they’re planning to do in terms of a medical police state over CoV-2 and ask yourself how that will expand. Forget the 2A, you’re about to lose all your rights if you don’t wise up to what these people are doing.

          Sure, it’s a “cOnsPiraCy tHeOrY!” to some but just look at what they’re openly planning to put into place over the UK which has the dictatorial assholes here in the US salivating at the possibility.

          A blockchain based digital passport combined with facial recognition for internal movement within the United States, to even go to a supermarket. That’s what they’re going to push here and they’re going to do it via trying to get businesses to help them do an end-run around the BoR, Constitution and written statute so they can say it’s “not government” doing it. Exactly as they’re already doing with using threats to try to get social media to eradicate free speech.

          And I’m sure this won’t expand past Covid, right? I mean, they didn’t turn civil asset forfeiture into a weapon against normal people at all, right? That like, totes, never happened.

          I’ve said for a long time that the 2A is part of a package and the entire damn thing is in danger. Shit dude, only 49% of people oppose the Democrats eliminating the filibuster at this point. They do that and what do you think they do next? Or after that? What, you think they’re just gonna stop at spending another $3 Trillion we don’t have? LOL! If it wasn’t a coup before, it’s rapidly becoming one.

          You’re about to lose the entire package, the whole kit and kaboodle, and you’re still whining about about pot? Myopic doesn’t even begin to describe that kind of warped set of priorities.

        • Well the covid protecting mask kinda fcks up the facial recognition. I’m pretty sure my fear of the deadly virus will have me wearing a mask for the rest of my life.

        • “Well the covid protecting mask kinda fcks up the facial recognition.”

          There’s a work-around already.

          The size, shape, and position of human ears is highly variable. They can easily ‘fingerprint’ you just by seeing your ears, even marsupial ones.

          And Strych is correct on the tracking they intend to do to Americans, especially *us*…

        • Their “separate way” is spending *your* money for what *they* want. They will have no interest in peacefully letting go of what they consider barnyard animals ready for slaughter.

    • Since you’ve never seen me, or even a (non-existent) picture of me on the internet, exactly how do you know my BMI?

      Sounds a whole lot to me like someone is ‘projecting’ his obesity issues.

      Deal with your weight issues, and maybe even you can get a woman! 😉

  8. Loud mouth Chuck. He’s getting fiery because he knows he won’t get the votes he needs for his gun control or the massive spending bill that they’re trying to push. He knows they are running out of time before the midterms. He knows the photos and footage of the catastrophe at the border are hurting the Dem cause. JoHo is collapsing before our eyes. They couldn’t manage their way out of a wet paper bag, and that incompetence stains the budding authoritarians in Congress.

    Chuck, we had a saying when I was a kid. PFO. Please fuck off.

    • I suspect he’s getting firey because Morning Joe [Scarborough] faceplanted on selling a police state this morning. One that’s part and parcel of the rest of the bullshit these creeps are trying to sell.

      • What was ‘gist’ of the faceplant?

        Google had nothing on his name and ‘news’…

        • He got shredded for his whole “If you don’t support vaccine passports you’re a moron/bad person/anti science/not following the word of Jesus” on-air freakout.

          The soft-peddle it was not and it neither advanced his cause of high-tech tyranny nor his personal reputation.

          I mean fuck, if you actually want me to believe you know any basic biology/give a shit about people, at least make it an antibody passport.

          He knows neither. He’s a bootlicker and a cocksucker. If he got Daniel Pearled on LiveLeak I honestly wouldn’t care.

  9. Time to quote various authors on this subject!

    Hoplophobia is a political neologism coined by retired American military officer Jeff Cooper as a pejorative to describe an “irrational aversion to weapons.” It is also used to describe the “fear of firearms” or the “fear of armed citizens.” HOPLOPHOBIA. (1966) From the Greek___(weapon) plus __ (terror).

    An unreasoning, obsessive neurotic fear of weapons as such, usually accompanied by an irrational feeling that weapons possess a will or consciousness for evil, apart from the will of their user. Not equivalent to normal apprehension in the presence of an armed enemy. Hoplon also means instrument, tool or tackle, but it is the root of hoplite (man-at-arms, gendarme) and thus principally signifies “weapon” in English derivations.
    Col. Jeff Cooper, widely acclaimed as “The Father of the Modern Technique of Shooting,” introduced the two-handed grip at eye level, when it was standard for people to shoot one-handed, and often from the hip. Far less known, Cooper was a historian with a Master’s Degree in History from the University of Calif. at Riverside and he held a B.A. from Stanford in Political Science.
    Hoplophobia, n. Irrational, morbid fear of guns (c. 1966, coined by Col. Jeff Cooper, from the Greek hoplites, weapon; see his book Principles of Personal Defense). May cause sweating, faintness, discomfort, rapid pulse, nausea, sleeplessness, nondescript fears, more, at mere thought of guns. Presence of working firearms may cause panic attack. Hoplophobe, hoplophobic.
    Hoplophobes are common and should never be involved in setting gun policies. Point out hoplophobic behavior when noticed, it is dangerous, sufferers deserve pity, and should seek treatment. When confronted about their condition, hoplophobes typically go into denial, a common characteristic of the affliction. Sometimes helped by training, or by coaching at a range, a process known to psychiatry as “desensitization,” a useful methodology in treating many phobias.
    Hoplophobic behavior is often obvious from self-evident irrational responses to real-life situations and is frequently seen in the news media and public debate. When a criminal commits a crime using a gun, hoplophobes often seek to disarm, or make lists of, innocent people who didn’t do anything, a common, classic and irrational response.
    The idea of creating an enormously expensive government-run 90-million-name database of legitimate gun owners — which would not include armed criminals — is a prime example of an irrational hoplophobic response to the issue of crime. How writing your name in such a list would help stop crime is never even addressed. (See, “The Only Question About Gun Registration”)
    An effort is underway nationally to have Hoplophobia recognized in the DSM, the official directory of mental ailments. Resistance from elements in the medical profession suggest this may be quite difficult, but that does not reduce the importance of recognizing a widespread, virulent, detrimental mental condition commonly found in the populace. The actual number of undiagnosed hoplophobes is unknown but believed to be in the tens of millions.
    Read Dr. Sarah Thompson’s brilliant essay on the medical nature of this affliction, the article that got the ball rolling on serious medical study of a condition affecting millions of Americans.
    Read Dr. Bruce Eimers’s insightful short description of the problem.
    Hoplophobes are dangerous. They should not be involved in setting public policy.
    Hoplophobes are victims. They are sick and need help.
    Hoplophobes deserve sympathy. It’s not their fault they are afflicted.
    Hoplophobes should seek treatment. Help shoot for a cure.

    People who are terrified of and hate guns — hoplophobes — don’t care about anything rational, and we waste our time on such arguments. They want guns to go away. They don’t trust guns. They don’t trust people who have guns, and especially people who like guns. The only exception is “official” people with guns, meaning, they’re from the government, a source of relief.
    They will seize on anything else, because Hoplophobia is an irrational fear. Conveniently for them, the language of the report itself says that the limits of this individual right have not been clearly defined.

    To a Hoplophobes, that means your right to arms can be legally limited to a single gun, with a single round, that does not operate, and is locked away, with government holding the key. And even that leaves them nervous.

    What we really need is research and medical-treatment programs for the poor, unfortunate people who are terrified of guns, won’t go near guns, who would not defend themselves or their families if they had to, and who, very plainly, hate guns.

    Hate is a terrible thing.

    It must be confronted vigorously, righteously, and in a forthright manner. Logic and law do not confront hate or help lessen it. We must learn not to tolerate gun hate, anywhere we find it.

    Hoplophobic behavior in government, schools, and all facets of public life must be recognized for what it is, exposed, and rooted out or treated. Seemingly utopian pacifists are free to profess their love of a weapon-free world, but they must start by disarming the evil, criminal and tyrannical. Disarming the public is a vent for their twisted fear and hatred, a grotesque affront to freedom, and unacceptable. Disarming an innocent person is an act of violence.

    Guns save lives. Guns stop crime. Guns are why America is still free. The history of freedom is inextricably tied to the development of weapons (an interesting study, by the way, if you have the time to examine it). Good people need guns. Efforts to end that are immoral and unjust, and when done by government, is a direct failure to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.” That’s a violation of the oath of office, which should lead to removal from office and possibly even criminal charges.

    The people we elect or hire for public service should be screened for latent or overt gun hatred, and disqualified if such hatred is found, before it can do any more harm to our nation and its values.
    It is well past the time when the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), the catalog of recognized mental infirmities, includes “Hoplophobia,” in all its forms, and serious medical research is conducted to identify and treat this pernicious condition that threatens us all. The doctors among you should begin raising this issue. If you’re not a doctor but have one or two, ask them about it.
    The opponents of gun rights come in four fundamental categories:

    Utopian Idealists – Dreamers willing to ignore human nature (anger, hostility, temper, greed, lust, hunger, poverty, want, megalomania, social pathologies, etc.) in the vain hope for a world where no one ever needs to defend themselves or others; Result: misguided efforts to disarm the public since no one should ever be capable of exerting lethal force for any reason. Fairly rare.

    Routine Bigots – Ignorant gun haters who, generally, have never actually seen a real gun much less fired one, and hate what they don’t know; strong corollaries with race haters; Result: Vigorous anti-rights profile if left alone, however they often resolve their blind hatred when education removes the ignorance — frequent anecdotes of such folks “converting” after their first time at a range. Quite common.

    Hoplophobes — Unfortunate souls afflicted with a phobic terror of firearms, deserving of pity, and in need of medical attention; Result: Though they should never be involved in setting policy on self-defense, national security, or Second Amendment rights, they often insinuate themselves into such positions, their need for treatment goes unattended, and they cause grievous social harm. Easily mistaken for plain bigots. Too common.

    Power Mongers – Like some at the U.N or many anti-gun-rights politicians, they know full well that an armed public interferes with their plans, and they insidiously use lies about the gun issue, and “disarmament (of you but not them) as a road to peace” as a power base and source of support; Result: truly evil, tyrants’ who ultimately suppress human rights, contribute to global genocides, live an elite lifestyle, care not for their fellow citizens. Rare but extremely dangerous.

    Example of the Sickness:

    “My own view on gun control is simple: I hate guns and I cannot imagine why anybody would want to own one. If I had my way, guns for sport would be registered, and all other guns would be banned.”
    –Deborah Prothrow-Stith, Harvard School of Public Health

    The right of decent private citizens to personally possess, transport, and responsibly use arms without government interference is the ultimate freedom and the main pillar supporting all other liberties. Few cultures have allowed their general population access to weapons, the tools of power, to the same degree as the United States. Instead, most societies have restricted the keeping and bearing of arms to a select few power brokers and their agents, often resulting in oppression on a grand scale.
    Despite a massive amount of historical evidence to the contrary, there is a substantial body of Americans, many occupying positions of influence, who contend that the abrogation of the Second Amendment is the quickest path to domestic tranquility. Since this is as absurd as advocating blood-letting as a cure for anemia, it would seem advisable to question the motives and mentalities of the gun control advocates themselves.
    In my observation, weapon prohibitionists can be broken down into seven major categories. Even though their motives may vary they all pose a mortal threat to liberty.

    Many of those in favor of oppressive firearms legislation are best classed as elitists. Elitists frequently identify with a peer group based on wealth, power, rank, social status, occupation, education, ethnic group, etc. and perceive themselves and their peers as inherently superior to and more responsible than the “common people”, thus more deserving of certain rights. Since elitists practically consider those outside their class or caste as members of another species, that most anti-elitist list of laws, the Bill of Rights is viewed by them as anathema. Naturally, the Second Amendment is their first target as it serves as the supporting structure for other nine amendments.

    Another type of individual who favors the restriction of private gun ownership is the authoritarian. Authoritarian personalities are characterized by their belief in unquestioning obedience to an authority figure or group and a disdain for individual freedom of action, expression, and judgement. Those with authoritarian personalities function well in symbiosis with elitists occupying positions of power. Because authoritarians repress their desires for autonomy they harbor a deep resentment toward free and independent thinkers. Of course, authoritarians do not want firearms in the hands of the general population as this constitutes a major obstacle to fulfilling their pathological and obsessive desire to control people.

    It goes without saying that career criminals would like to see the public disarmed for obvious reasons. A well-armed population makes crimes such as assault, robbery, and burglary hazardous for the perpetrator and this is bad for “business.” Also, even non-violent or “white collar” criminals live in constant fear of retribution from the public that they financially bleed and would therefore prefer that the public be disarmed. Evidence supporting this hypothesis can be gathered by studying the Second Amendment voting records of those legislators who have been convicted of willful misconduct.

    Cowards are easily or excessively frightened by things and situations that are recognized as dangerous, difficult, or painful. It therefore stands to reason that the mere thought of guns and the circumstances in which they are employed causes them abnormal amounts of stress. Rather than admit their weakness to themselves or others, some fearful types jump on the anti-gun bandwagon and purport moral superiority to those “barbaric” enough to employ lethal force against armed assailants by claiming various humanitarian and pragmatic motives for allowing evil to remain unchecked. Many of these individuals harbor an envy induced resentment toward anyone with the means, skill, and will to successfully stand up to criminal aggression.
    The desire to assert oneself exists in nearly everyone, wimps included, so cowards seek out tame enemies against whom they can ply their pitiful brand of machismo. Instead of the sociopaths who commit acts of wanton aggression with guns, guns themselves and responsible gun owners are the main targets of their attacks. After all, real criminals are dangerous, so cowards prefer doing battle with inanimate objects that do not have a will of their own and decent law-abiding people whose high level of integrity and self-discipline prevent them from physically lashing out against mere verbal assailants, however obnoxious they may be.

    Ideological chameleons follow the simple social strategy of avoiding controversy and confrontation by espousing the beliefs of the people in their immediate vicinity or advocating the philosophy of those who scream the loudest in a debate. Quite a few supposedly pro Second Amendment public officials have shown themselves to be ideological chameleons when they supported restrictions on the private possession of military style semiautomatic rifles following recent atrocities in which such firearms were employed. Like their reptilian namesake, people who merely blend in with the ambient philosophical foliage seem to have little insight into the moral and social ramifications of their actions. Political and/or economic gain along with avoidance of confrontation are their only goals.

    Security monopolists are those members and representatives of public and private security providing concerns who want the means of self-protection out of private hands so that they can command high fees for protecting the citizenry against the rising tide of crime. These profiteers stand to lose a great deal of capital if citizens can efficiently defend themselves. To the security monopolist, each criminal who enters and exits the revolving door of justice is a renewable source of revenue providing jobs for police, social workers, victim counsellors, judges, prison employees, security guards, burglar alarm installers, locksmiths, and others employed by the security monopolies or their satellite organizations. No wonder it is so common for an honest citizen to be more ruthlessly hounded by the authorities when he shoots a criminal in self-defense than a criminal who shoots honest citizens.

    Just as a limb will weaken and atrophy if not used, so will aspects of the mind fail to develop if nothing in one’s environment exists to challenge them. People who have led excessively sheltered lives tend to have a difficult time understanding certain cause and effect relationships and an even harder time appreciating just how cruel the world can be. These dysfunction ally unworldly types are truly perplexed at the very notion of firearms ownership regarding defense. To them, tyranny and crime are things that happen in other places far removed from their “civilized” universe. Also, they do not understand the value of private property and why some people would fight for theirs since they never had to work hard to acquire what they possess. While those suffering from dysfunctional unworldliness are most often people who have been born into considerable wealth, this condition is also common in members of the clergy, academicians, practioners of the arts, and others who have spent much of their lives cloistered in a safe and pampering environment. While many of these people may be quite talented and intelligent in some ways, their extreme naivety makes them easy prey for the tyrants who use them for the financial support and favorable advertisement of their regimes. The anti-gun movement is well represented and financed by the dysfunction ally unworldly.
    The price of liberty is eternal vigilance, and it behooves all vigilant lovers of liberty to know and be able to recognize the various types of arms prohibitionists and understand their differing but equally dangerous motives. Acquiring knowledge of one’s foes is the first step toward defeating them. We must never forget that a threat to private firearms ownership is a threat to all freedoms.
    The inalienable and fundamental right to keep and bear arms which is enumerated by (but predates) the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is not about hunting, gun collecting, or target shooting. Its purpose is to ensure that every responsible American personally possesses the means to defend the Republic from all forms of tyranny, within and without. It is what permits the other nine Amendments in the Bill of Rights to be more than mere hollow phrases on a piece of paper. Its free exercise is the antithesis of serfdom and the only meaningful form of holocaust insurance known to man.
    We must never insult and degrade the spirits of our Founding Fathers by permitting the Second Amendment, the pillar of freedom, to be destroyed by the cold flame of legislative ink.

    • Yes, that is precisely the problem. This isn’t going away until and unless some massive cultural shift makes NYC more purple.

    • Problem is, many people have NOT stopped listening to him or stopped believing him, even though he has been PROVEN a LIAR time and time again!

  10. Close the internet “loophole” = purchase from a FFL
    Close the gun show “loophole” = purchase for a FFL
    And finally close the FFL “loophole”

  11. Why can’t Schumer, Feinstein, and Murphy all be diagnosed with metastatic pancreatic cancer? Evil deserves to be hit with an evil disease. Far too many good people dying these days.

  12. If any one needs to eat lead it’s this prick & his side kick Pelosi.
    Ya I said it …
    carry on…

  13. As soon as I hear that obnoxious mugger accent, I know I am about to be scammed, lied to or stolen from. It never fails.

  14. “A lie told once is a lie, a-lie told a thousand times becomes the truth”. Joseph Goebbels. Schumer and the democrats are aware and following his playbook. History repeats itself.

    • Exactly and the Democrats are well studied on this way of doing things. One of the many disgusting things they have done and are still doing is whenever they get caught doing something illegal or immoral they somehow turn it around and say this Republican or that did the same thing! It is never true! Biden was even caught BRAGGING about screwing over the Ukraine and threatening them if they didn’t drop charges against his son for bribery. When that crime didn’t look like it was going to go away suddenly the accused President Trump of doing something simuliar on a phone call to the Ukraine which was ALL LEGAL AND MORAL and the tapes of the phone call was made public for all to see that it was not true. Still thanks to the Media the story stuck and they even tried to impeach him over it! It worked too as the Bidens’ corrupt behavior dropped off the MSM’s radar.

  15. It’s time for Schumer & Pelosi to go rot in the garbage.

    If there is any evil in this country, it is they. They have caused more harm & hate in and towards this country in the name of law than any one thing has.

    Schumer is an idiot. He’s never been right. He’s fouled the integrity of government and only works to destroy the very fabric of our nation.

    The main thing we have going for him and his crew of EVIL is humans don’t live forever. Nature will take care of him and his cronies.

  16. They’re evil in his mind because they’re political enemies. He thinks he’s the good guy.

  17. Schumer is the EVIL one! He is supposed to represent the people and be a top citizen yet here he is telling out and out lies to the People that he KNOWS are LIES! ALL sales of firearms MUST go through a background check, period! As a private citizen when I sell a firearms to even a friend I make them fill out a background check and they must wait until I hear back from the ATF that they are okay to sell a firearms to! I did that just a week ago! I have know this guy for over 10 years yet I still rather embarrassed him to make him go through that process just to protect myself in case the Feds manage to pass a law that requires even private sales to submit to a background check.

    • And you did that exactly WHY? If they pass the law you describe I will STILL not do that, and you are volunteering in advance? Such a law is unenforceable unless fools comply voluntarily, and you have already started? Unbelievable.

  18. “Sen. Schumer knows he’s lying. He knows all commercial sales of firearms, whether at a brick-and-mortar store, at a gun show or initiated online, must be completed in a face-to-face-transfer with the required background check forms and verification from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS)” I dont know about that. Most politicians are totally ignorant about gun laws and guns period. They literally dont know which end the bullet comes out of. The old saw about better to remain silent and let people assume you are ignorant vs opening your mouth and proving your ignorance without a doubt.

  19. Before the COVID crazy, went to a gun show.
    Bought a lightly used bolt action hunting rifle.
    Yep. Background check. Two guys, paid by the gun show, only job was to process background checks. Filling out the paper work took longer than the check.
    And this was in the state of NewYorkistan.

  20. It’s a sad, but little known fact, that membership in the Democrat party is based solely upon the individual’s capability to obfuscate and lie. Show me a Democrat, at any level of government that hasn’t lied upon at least one issue? I’ll expire and decompose waiting for that answer.
    The Main Stream Media, is the Democrat Party’s Propaganda Apparatchik. They are incapable of honesty, period. The late Reichminister for Propaganda and Misinformation, Joseph Goebbels, is smiling in pleasure at his protogés.

  21. Chuck Schumer the TREASONISTIC COMMUNIST Left Wing Traitor is EVIL! One Enlightened Patriot. Team Trump And His Allies 2020 – MAGA (WE’RE NOT going AWAY!).

  22. Schumer is an idiot. What next? Legally licensed chefs in regularly inspected restaurants are evil and should be banned because they serve food that, if eaten to much of, makes people fat? Stop with all the bullshit cancel culture and get rid of these LIFETIME, SELF SERVING POLITICIALS. They do not represent anyone but themselves in anything they say or do Why else do they become so rich while in office?

  23. Let him know that before he can say things like that, he must give up his armed guards thathe has to keep him safe, those people may be evil , and for sure would shoot you for no good reason.

  24. I am afraid Schumer is not lying. He does believe leally licensed gun dealers are evil. Legal gun dealer sell to legal gun owners, and legal gun owners must be eliminated because to him, they are evil too.

  25. Yes, 1 year has passed since I eventually quit my last job and that choice was a life changer for me… I started functioning over the internet, for this particular company I stumbled upon over the internet, For a few hours daily, and I make substantially more than that I did in my last occupation…My past month check was for 13 thousand dollars… The awesome thing relating to this gig is that now I’ve more time for my children. Here is what I do………

  26. The beast lays low with its natural camouflage. Those who have reason to fear the beast watch for signs of its presence. Those who know the beast and profit from its actions wait in anticipation of its actions hoping for spoil. The beasts appetite never decreases, it only knows the need for more. When the beast is excited or in pursuit of its objective, it looses its camouflage appearance because of movement and the sounds of excitement it makes. Those who know it’s objective chatter as they watch it get closer to its next achievement. Only those who recognize the peril and are willing to fight the beast have a chance of survival. The beast has instinct over reason and that is its weakness. Until a joint effort that’s willing to recognize the intentions of the beast and fight as a cohesive force is assembled, we are destined to its will.

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