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— WeaponOutfitters.com (@WeaponOutfitter) June 1, 2020
By Theresa Inacker
We all know that Moms Demand Action and Everytown are against “gun violence.” Have you ever asked yourself why the gun control ‘Karens’ aren’t against ALL violence? Why are they only against “gun violence?”
I ask gun control shills like Shannon R. Watts, why is “gun violence” more condemnable than placing a knee on a man’s neck and depriving him of oxygen until he is dead? And is it any less condemnable for a group of men to beat business owners bloody — nearly to death — with 2×4 pieces of wood? Unequivocally…no. The gun control nags also want you to believe that only the police should have firearms.
It has never been clearer to America why civilian disarmament is a bad idea.
Second Amendment advocates and those of us who believe in the personal responsibility of self defense condemn all forms of violence whether it’s committed by the public, the police or anyone else.
Propagandist gun control advocates have now been exposed. Just like a magician conniving tricks behind the curtain, the truth is being revealed for all to see. Shannon R. Watts, you’ve been made. People are no longer buying what you’re selling.
One surely unintended consequence of this week’s violence: When the National Guard is patrolling the streets because huge armed police forces can’t keep criminals from turning cities into war zones, America’s gun control debate is *finished* for at least a generation. Over. Done.
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) June 1, 2020
Whatever vestige of the gun control argument that lingered during the Covid-19 lockdowns has been eviscerated by the violent riots and looting Americans are seeing and the direct threats to residential areas made by ANTIFA.
Everyday people are being threatened with arson, Molotov cocktails, and bricks. These are real threats coming to a neighborhood near you. And the best answer to these threats is what we have been telling you all along: be responsibly armed and trained. Yet purveyors of gun control propaganda would have you think otherwise, leaving you at serious risk.
People want to defend themselves against these threats. Those of us who are well-armed are feeling grateful and secure. Those who have never owned a firearm before are looking to purchase, scrambling through the mountains of red tape they were told by skilled liars either did don’t exist or are far too weak.
They’re submitting to the background checks they’ve been told are all but nonexistent. It was easier to purchase a toy gun than a real one, right? Let us not forget that according to New Jersey’s Junior Senator and former Democratic candidate for President, Corey Booker, toy guns are subject to more federal regulation than real firearms.
Why should toy guns be subject to more federal regulation than real ones? It’s time to change that. pic.twitter.com/pCmlGGL22Q
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) May 7, 2019
Lies like this result in more limits and restrictions on civilian gun ownership and put everyday people at risk of violence by others. That includes “everyday” criminals and ANTIFA-fueled violent mobs.
Recent FBI NICS data is not available yet, but anecdotally, gun shop owners are seeing a “phase 2” of panic buying, similar to the “phase 1” surge of purchases that occurred during the lockdowns and toilet paper shortages. New purchasers are also asking for magazines that can handle multiple attackers, realizing they are severly disadvantaged without access to such magazines.
Those of us who live in New Jersey are permitted magazines that can hold no more than ten rounds. While litigation challenging that limit is pending, we are vulnerable and put at risk against groups of multiple attackers, an argument we made when opposing the legislation.
Once called paranoid by the prohibitionists, Second Amendment advocates are now having their day in the sun. We welcome all who are new to gun ownership, encourage you get properly trained and find a local or state-level firearms advocacy group to join. These groups will keep you informed about all the gun control measures we must constantly defend against and all the litigation that has been filed to ensure your Second Amendment rights survive.
Theresa Inacker, an attorney and Second Amendment advocate, is a member of the US Supreme Court bar, the New Jersey delegate to The DC Project, and serves as the Communications Director for the Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners.