A few weeks ago we wrote about Defense Distributed’s appeal for help in fighting lawsuits filed by 21 attorneys general in an effort to stop the Austin company from distributing its 3D gun files. In that post, we included a video that ghostguns.com produced in support of the fundraising effort.
Given the new prevalence of corporate gun control and coordinated attacks on various forms of unpopular expression by platforms like Google, Facebook, Apple and others, it probably won’t surprise you to learn that YouTube has now scrubbed Ghost Guns’ dangerous content from their otherwise pristine video hosing service.
But never fear, because Ghost Guns has reposted their video at real.video. Here it is:
Similarly, Cody Wilson and Defense Distributed are now selling (you can name your own price) their 3D files via thumb drive and on dead tree. You can buy yours here and it will help DefDist fund their legal fight to defend their First Amendment rights.
Oh, and don’t forget that you can also download those same 3D files — the very ones that have so many pearls being clutched — right here.
It seems that matter how hard they try, all the statist attorneys general, all the ineffectual black-robed wannabe-legislators, and all the left-leaning Silicon Valley moguls will never succeed in stopping the signal. That’s a fact you’d think they’d have learned by now, but which apparently needs to be reiterated over and over again.