More of these immigrants please . . . Fabio’s Advice to Americans: ‘Don’t Ever Give up Your Guns’ – “Based on his experiences living in Europe and the ‘out-of-control’ problems now being committed in the name of liberalism in California, model and actor Fabio warns Americans, “Don’t ever give up your guns.” He suggests liberals have divided people and are using the split to push their freedom-crushing agenda . . . “Don’t you ever give up your guns. If people lose that right, forget about it. Politicians — they will take everything away from you. And then what are you going to do, protest with a rock? Because that’s what they do in Europe.”
This again . . . Islamic State magazine steers followers to U.S. gun shows for ‘easy’ access to weapons – “In the most recent issue of Rumiyah, its glossy multilingual propaganda magazine, the Islamic State encouraged recruits in the United States to take advantage of laws that allow people to buy firearms without having to present identification or submit to background checks. Recruits should seek out gun shows and online sales in particular . . . ‘The acquisition of firearms can be very simple depending on one’s geographical location,’ the piece read. ‘In most U.S. states, anything from a single-shot shotgun all the way up to a semi-automatic AR-15 rifle can be purchased at showrooms or through online sales — by way of private dealers — with no background checks, and without requiring either an ID or a gun license.’ ‘With approximately 5,000 gun shows taking place annually within the United States,’ it added, ‘the acquisition of firearms becomes a very easy matter.'” Trucks too!
This is like Newtown families suing Bushmaster or the Indy cop who sued the store that sold the gun to the hood who shot him . . . Families sue Facebook, Twitter, Google over San Bernardino attack – “Family members of San Bernardino terror attack victims sued Facebook, Google and Twitter, accusing the companies of providing platforms that help the Islamic State group spread propaganda, recruit followers and raise money. The lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court in Los Angeles alleges that the companies aided and abetted terrorism, provided material support to terrorist groups and are liable for the wrongful deaths of three of the 14 victims killed in the Dec. 2, 2015, attack on a health department training event and holiday party.”
Can’t let a conflicting viewpoint contradict the narrative . . . Daily newspaper columnist who defended NRA quits after suspension – “A conservative columnist who was suspended by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after she defended the National Rifle Association from comparisons to ISIS fired back with her resignation and a series of targeted tweets. The newspaper on Friday suspended Stacy Washington after a column entitled “Guns and the Media” disputed an anti-NRA article that argued since more Americans die from guns than from ISIS, the Second Amendment advocacy group is the greater danger.” Diversity is great, until someone expresses a dissenting opinion.
Choose your instructor carefully . . . Michigan firearms instructor accidentally shoots student in both legs – “Police say a firearm instructor could face charges after he accidentally discharged his weapon and shot a student during a training class Saturday. The victim was struck in both legs by a single bullet. … The 44-year-old firearms instructor from Farmington Hills was conducting a training class for people hoping to obtain concealed pistol licenses. Another class was underway next door, Nenciarini said.”
Pat Toomey wows the Brady Campaign and Gabby Giffords confab . . . Speaking to gun-safety group, Pat Toomey reaffirms support for background check bill – “‘We have not been successful yet, but my determination has not diminished and one day we’re going to succeed on this (universal background check) bill,’ Toomey told the reception crowd, drawing applause. The event was part of a two-day summit organized by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and Americans for Responsible Solutions, a group founded by former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, who was severely injured in a 2011 shooting.” Anti-gun leopards don’t change their spots.
Guns killed Gander Mountain! . . . Camping World CEO says Gander Mountain made a bad bet on guns – “In a conference call to discuss earnings, Camping World Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis highlighted what he called a barrage of management mistakes from Gander Mountain that he referred to as ‘stupid.’ The blunt-spoken Lemonis — who stars in “The Profit,” a CNBC reality show — said Gander Mountain overspent on inventory and expanded beyond all common sense into markets where they were cannibalizing their own customer base.”
A case of the whole being less than the sum of its parts. Onward, TOGETHER!