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ISP’s Weak ‘Assurances’ on Masked Concealed Carry Offer No Guarantees

We’ve got our masks and guns. You, not so much. (Illinois State Police/Facebook)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- Concealed carriers complying with the governor’s executive order to wear face masks in public settings as a precaution against Covid-19 transmission could find themselves facing serious legal consequences, Fox Illinois reported Monday. That’s because, per Illinois Statutes, “A person commits the offense of unlawful use of weapons when he knowingly…Carries or possesses in a vehicle or on or about his person any pistol, revolver, stun gun or taser or firearm or ballistic knife, when he is hooded, robed or masked in such manner as to conceal his identity…”
“According to the law, this is a class 4 felony,” the report elaborates. “Although this is one of the least severe penalties, it can still carry a potential jail sentence between 1 to 3 years.”
Not to worry, the Illinois State Police implies in its statement in response to concerns:
“The Governor’s Executive Order regarding the wearing of masks or protective facial coverings in public settings during this serious global pandemic was not intended to negatively impact permit holders under the Illinois Concealed Carry Act while legally carrying firearms. The Executive Order does not require or suggest that law enforcement should arrest or criminally charge conceal carry license permit holders for wearing protective masks while in public as long as they are complying with the other provisions of the Illinois Concealed Carry Act and are not committing any other violations of Illinois law. ISP has confidence that law enforcement officers across the state will use appropriate judgment and that elected State’s Attorneys will likewise exercise sound prosecutorial discretion.”
That expression of “confidence” is not a guarantee and has no authority to override enacted law. Relying on “judgment” (with an “appropriate” qualifier) and “discretion” is an admission that any such decisions will hinge on how enforcers choose to respond to a given situation and detainee. It also means a mask charge could be tacked on to an inadvertent violation where no criminal intent exists. (Case in point, how much “discretion” could be involved in defining “partially exposed”?)
It also presupposes everyone in the chain of command has been informed and will act in accordance with ISP’s tepidly-stated intent. We know from experience that expecting all police officers to be informed on such matters falls far short of 100%, often with life-threatening consequences.
Again, case in point, in Ohio, I had petitioned three successive attorneys general over the years to ensure law enforcement officers received training to acknowledge that open carry was legal. Despite that, incidents had been reported of cops holding armed citizens at gunpoint, and two even cavalierly traded Facebook jokes about “double-tapping” open carriers.
That also recalled the incident where a California detective laughed about wanting to shoot gun owners “and get 2 weeks off!!!” and lorded his “Only Ones” status over them:
“Haha that’s when you attend one of their meetings and laugh at them cuz they can only dream to have a ccw”
Closer to home, since we are dealing with Illinois concerns, we mustn’t forget the chilling words of former Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy, who rabidly opposed concealed carry and made what should have been considered an actionable threat with his “shoot first” training policy:
“I don’t care if they’re licensed legal firearms. I’ll train our officers that there is a concealed carry law, but when somebody turns with a firearm in their hand the officer does not have an obligation to wait to get shot to return fire and we’re going to have tragedies as a result of that. I’m telling you right up front.”
Sucks to be a plainclothes officer, a LEOSA retiree, or a federal agent around him. Not to mention a lawful citizen.
With all the cases of documented abuses and in light of its noncommittal “commitment,” we can’t forget that ISP has a history with armed citizens, particularly women, that is ridiculous and offensive.  It was not that long ago women were being advised not to have a gun, but instead, if confronted by an attacker, to vomit, and stab ‘em with a rat tail comb.
Illinois gun owners need something more binding than the ISP statement. It’s on Attorney General Kwame Raoul to issue an unequivocal directive and ensure that law enforcement agencies so instruct their officers. Then again, noting the guy’s monomaniacal obsession with grabbing guns, I wouldn’t be holding my breath.

About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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AG Letter and Lawsuit by State Rep. Challenge Jackson Open Carry Ban

Well, there’s a surprise… (Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba/Facebook)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba on Friday said he signed an executive order to temporarily ban open carry of firearms in the city, so long as there’s a civil emergency related to the COVID-19 crisis. And he’s also seeking a permanent ban of the state law,” the Clarion Ledger reported Sunday. “The order remains in effect through Thursday. It is possible it will be extended, according to the city’s existing stay-at-home orders.”
It’s a clearly illegal order that violates state law. That’s never stopped “progressive” mayors from flouting duly enacted laws that stand in the way of their agenda before. In this case, Lumumba’s “justification” ought to anger anyone who can see through the weasel-wording and grasp the significance of what he’s really saying.
“Prior to open carry, when Jackson police officers saw a gun in plain view, it gave them probable cause to seize the weapon and determine whether or not it was an illegal gun,” Lumumba asserted — like that was a good thing. In other words, the trigger for a potentially lethal police confrontation is not whether you’re abusing a right, but that you’re exercising it in the first place.
This is just a new twist on “stop and frisk,” which evidently is dependent on who’s doing it before it is objected to. It would be interesting to review police reports and trial transcripts to see if the stated concern has any bearing in fact and to see if even one case shows this has been a factor in enabling a later homicide.
There’s a history of gun-grabbing politicians imposing “emergency”-based infringements. Hurricane Katrina confiscations come immediately to mind.  And perhaps surprisingly to some, that’s also been backed by some who built a public reputation on being “conservatives,” like former Fox News frontman Bill O’Reilly.
There’s also a history of gun-grabbing politicians imposing disarmament in spite of “preemption” laws. The curious thing about the “home rule” argument is those demanding it never seem to raise it when a national or state law imposes infringements  — cases in point, they’re all fine with national diktats to ban semi-autos or to impose due-process-denying “red flag” edicts.
Still, it’s hardly surprising that Mayor Lumumba would prioritize going after guns. Endorsed by the Bernie Sanders-inspired Our Revolution and promising to make Jackson the “most radical city on the planet,” as well as by the “quasi-Marxist” Working Families Party, he was a beneficiary of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, where he received training from the “finest” apparatchiks rope-selling “capitalist” money can buy.  And while the sins of the fathers can’t be attributed to their progeny, noting that his was prominent in the racist New Afrika separatist movement “that aimed to turn the Deep South into an independent black nation,” shows the fruit hasn’t fallen far from the tree.
It is instructive to see not just what the gun-grabbers would do if they had the power, but also to grok the company they keep. That said, Lumumba’s order is legally DOA.
“Mississippians enjoy the right to lawfully open carry in all of Mississippi’s 82 counties and in every municipality within the State. The City of Jackson is no exception,” State Attorney General Lynn Fitch cautioned the mayor. “The City lacks statutory authority to suspend a state statute or constitutional provision. Accordingly, I ask that you rescind the Order immediately. I take seriously my obligation to protect Mississippians’ constitutional rights, and I will take every action available to my office to ensure these rights are not infringed upon.”
It’s past time we saw some rights enforcement added to the law enforcement mix, especially when it comes to guns.
Additionally, Mississippi State Representative Dana Criswell filed a “Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief” Monday with the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi. He’s calling Lumumba’s bluff.
“Rep.  Criswell intends to continue openly carrying a  firearm in a  holster while in public in Jackson, Mississippi, for self-defense,” the complaint notes. “Rep. Criswell intends to be in Jackson, Mississippi, on or before April 30, 2020, and wishes to exercise his constitutional  right to openly carry a firearm in public in Jackson,  Mississippi, for self-defense.”
Let’s hope Mayor Chockwe has fun looking like an impotent fool. That’s some Bloomberg training he’s managed to misapply through arrogance and overreach. I’m just surprised organized armed civil disobedience hasn’t been reported yet.
Can you imagine the lawsuit if the “leader” of the “most radical city on the planet” had his enforcers arrest anyone for defying a clearly illegal order? Or the fallout should illegal arrests be resisted by those who can?

About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Gillum Actions Give Insights into Man Who Would Disarm Us

Gun Grabber Andrew Gillum
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Police Photos From Scene of Overdose Incident Involving Florida Dem Andrew Gillum Reveal Crystal Meth, Erectile Dysfunction Drugs,” The Washington Free Beacon reported Thursday. “Police were called in the early hours of March 13 by one of the men, who told officers he arrived in the room to find Gillum vomiting in the bathroom and a second person non-responsive on the bed.”
Falling back on the old standby of those who are caught red-handed, Gillum uttered some weasel-worded BS dragging his family further into the humiliating mess of his creation, and, of course, announced he was doing rehab. Tell me if this had been you or me in this situation—which of course it would not have been—that any treatment wouldn’t have been conducted inside a facility with bars.
Naturally, he was not arrested. From the looks of reports, police let him go home “without incident,” meaning they were aware of who Gillum was and behaved themselves accordingly.
This was the man who was almost elected governor of Florida, the chief executive responsible for ensuring laws were upheld. Had he been elected, he’d have worked to criminalize the rights of citizens who aren’t caught vomiting in hotel rooms with drugs.
“When we win, we are going to ban assault weapons in Florida,” Gillum had threatened during the campaign.  No wonder he was supported by the Democratic Socialists of America, the subversive group that tried to hide its “revolutionary” songs, which now are only accessible via the Internet Archive, and that featured such tolerant and inclusive lyrics like:
“And when the revolution comes, We’ll kill you all with knives and guns”
You see why they need to take ours first.
Gillum is just another in a long line of Democrats who won’t control themselves yet harbor a megalomaniacal obsession to control everybody else. Think criminal Bloomberg mayors and Leland Yee.
Curiously, aside from Fox News, national networks and major newspapers aren’t showing much interest in sharing this story. Cases in point, there is nothing about this latest development on CNN’s website or from The New York Times.
Perhaps if he were a Republican…?
One major social media player has gone so far as to suppress newsworthy information involving such a major Democrat political figure. Twitter suspended actor James Woods over sharing such information, while the narrative spinners played the race card, actually having the shameless and calculated gall to call it “the terrorizing of Black life” to chill further dissemination.
It would be nice to think that Gillum’s days in politics are over, but to paraphrase H.L. Mencken:
No one in this world … has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of Democrat constituencies. Nor has anyone ever lost public office thereby.
The stupid – it burns.
It would be a shame if somebody “red-flagged” him. No?

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About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Sex Assault Allegation Against Biden Shows Gun-Grabber Hypocrisy

Sex Assault Allegation Against Biden Shows Gun-Grabber Hypocrisy
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “The woman who has accused Joe Biden of a sexual assault in the early 1990s says she’s disappointed that CNN anchor Anderson Cooper failed to ask the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee about the allegation when he had the chance — not once, but twice,” Fox News reported Saturday. It wasn’t until after The Intercept reported on accuser Tara Reade’s mother calling CNN’s Larry King in 1993, the month her daughter left Biden’s office, and NewsBusters retrieved the footage from the Media Research Center archives, that the network finally reluctantly acknowledged what a news organization with integrity would have been first to report.
It’s hardly surprising that the same “progressive” media that went all out to torpedo the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would provide cover for the presumptive Democrat presidential candidate. The New York Times, the self-described “newspaper of record” “trashes Biden accuser Tara Reade as a Putin lover in [a] hit piece,” Red State documents.
So naturally, we haven’t seen condemnation of Biden from others at the forefront of savaging Kavanaugh including the Democratic National Committee, Senate Democrats, and such self-posing “champions of women’s rights” as Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi. Time’s Up, “established in the wake of the #MeToo movement to help survivors tell their stories,” found its excuse to evade the story, and Women’s March word weasels put out a tepid tweet that was just enough to cover them against charges of ignoring this completely but allows for plenty of equivocation. They then promptly dropped the subject.
It will also come as a surprise to absolutely no one who’s been paying attention that all the major gun-grab groups are solidly in the Biden camp. These are groups that pose as being “pro-women,” but discourage female gun ownership by projecting riskier behaviors and violence in criminal households onto the general population.  In other words, as essayist and novelist L. Neil Smith has observed:
“Make no mistake: you victim disarmament types are sick, sick people, in the words of T.D. Melrose, who’d rather see a woman raped in an alley and strangled with her own pantyhose than see her with a gun in her hand.”
So we have Gun-Grabby Gabby Giffords tweeting:
“It takes great courage to speak up in the face of threat and intimidation. You are not alone, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. We’re with you. #BelieveSurvivors #BelieveWomen”
As for Tara Reade, a woman and a survivor, we hear crickets. Instead, we have a full-throated endorsement of Joe Biden.
Likewise, we have the Brady Campaign’s female president, Kris Brown:
“On behalf of @bradybuzz, I am so proud to endorse @JoeBiden for President. There is no other candidate in this race with his record and commitment to preventing gun violence in all of its forms. #TeamJoe #GunReformNow”
Likewise, John Feinblatt of Everytown for Gun Safety, who brags about his group’s role in “crafting the Violence Against Women Act,” and Shannon Watts of Moms Demand Action have come out strong for Biden while ignoring the alleged violence against Tara Reade. (I’d show Watts’ tweet, but her people have blocked me from viewing her feed.)
It’s curious how everyone mentioned, from the media to politicians, to activists, to attention-seeking actresses like Alyssa “Living Proof that a Child Could Do Her Job” Milano, all represent themselves as being attack dogs for women’s rights, yet when it comes time to demonstrate the consistency of principle, they show all they’re really about is power and control.
It’s not so much cognitive dissonance as it is a cynical manipulation of their useful idiots.
Here’s the thing: Biden, until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, must be presumed innocent. Reade could be falsely accusing him. But his is the side that promotes guilty until proven innocent, from sexual assault accusations by women to “red flag laws.”  Ours is the side that demands due process. We also demand consistency in principles. The utter lack of it on display is what the hypocritical gun-grabbers are being condemned here for.
And this just in:
CNN ‘Larry King’ episode featuring Biden accuser’s mother disappears from Google Play catalog
You have to wonder how many women for disarmament will finally wake up and realize they’re being used, that is, abused by apparatchiks. You have to wonder how many of the indoctrinated are capable of opening their minds enough to notice the differences between what they have allowed themselves to become and the free and confident armed women who secure and trusting men cherish and admire.
Also see:

“Women’s March on NRA a Manipulated, Financed Exercise in Fabricated Rage”
“Moms Demand Action Largely Silent on Overt Women’s March Racism”

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About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Deceptive VA Gun Grab Enabled by Deliberately Changed Demographics

Mr. Jefferson could not be reached for comment – which is probably OK since his statue will no doubt be coming down anyway, as soon as the “fundamental transformation” is complete. (Moms Demand Action – VA/Facebook)
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- “Virginia Democrats Delivered on Gun Violence Prevention,” an ARL Now promo piece by Del. Patrick Hope, Democrat, naturally, claims. “Virginia Democrats made gun violence prevention a central campaign theme in the 2019 election. Legislators finally listened to the voices of voters and we delivered.”
The bills will not, of course, prevent any “gun violence.” What they will do is infringe on the supposedly unalienable rights of Virginians who are not part of the problem. It will also move everything several steps closer to the real goal of “law-abiding” citizen disarmament.
Cases in point, let’s examine what Hope, who enjoyed an essentially unopposed election “victory” in his overwhelmingly Democrat district, is crowing about.

Background checks: Yeah, those will stop “out of control” MS-13 gangsters. Besides, no less an authority than the National Institute of Justice, in its “Summary of Select Firearm Violence Prevention Strategies” admits “Effectiveness depends on the ability to reduce straw purchasing, requiring gun registration…” (That’ll be on the way soon enough.)
One handgun a month law: Again, anyone who thinks that will slow criminals down one bit had best check the “Yes” box for Form 4473 section 11.e.
Requiring lost/stolen firearm reporting: Guess who cannot be required to do that, because being forced to admit to authorities that they had a gun would violate their Fifth Amendment protections against self-incrimination.
Extreme Risk Protection Orders: You know, punishment without due process. Or as the Queen of Hearts declared in Lewis Carroll’s purposefully absurdist classic, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, “Sentence first — verdict afterwards.”
Protective orders: As if someone who is a genuine threat will be deterred by a piece of paper…
Child access criminalization: God forbid that a minor family member (defined as under age 18, and keep in mind Democrats want to lower the voting age to 16) — one you have trained and know can be trusted — has access to guns like many of us did growing up. No, best give the advantage to pitchfork murderers. 
Eviscerating preemption to allow Democrats to set up a patchwork quilt of conflicting edicts that no one can be sure they’re in compliance with, and thus using the threat of prosecution to discourage the “law-abiding” (and only them) from being in possession of a gun.

Additional infringements this overbearing statist is trumpeting include requiring citizens to “demonstrate competence,” creating a “Gun Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund,” banning “bump stocks,” prohibiting arming “untrained personnel” at schools, and requiring “family day homes” to lock up guns during hours of operation. In other words, set up discriminatory barriers akin to unconstitutional literacy tests used to disenfranchise minority voters, redistribute tax plunder, enact a redundant edict, ensure “gun-free zones” stay that way and expand that into private homes so that they, too, are defenseless by mandate.
Still to come— a ban on semiautos and standard capacity magazines. Cue The Terminator, threatening “I’ll be back.”
“The last election gave us a bad hand to play this year and next. We need to fix that,” Virginia Citizens Defense League observed in an email alert. “Elections are in 2021 and the entire House is up for grabs. This ship can be turned around if gun owners all do their part, beginning with voting in every election, voting for freedom, and actively supporting pro-liberty candidates.”
Perhaps. And the proliferation of Second Amendment Sanctuaries accentuates the divide and the renewed motivation. But unmentioned is how Virginia got to the point where the majority has managed to turn the state Democrat and anti-gun. Even The New York Times recognizes what too many in “gun rights leadership” fail to even acknowledge, which those who want your guns are exploiting to full advantage:
“How Voters Turned Virginia From Deep Red to Solid Blue…Unlike three decades ago, the residents are often from other places, like India and Korea. And when they vote, it is often for Democrats.”
No matter what others tell you, and always without addressing my challenge, the issues of guns and immigration are inextricably intertwined. “A” grades and endorsements for candidates who vote “right” on guns, but then undo those votes when immigration policies they support come to fruition mean ultimately if that does not change there will be no voting our way out of this.
At least at the polls…
And as an aside for those who call for outreach, that’s a good idea and long overdue. It cannot be overstated that the right to keep and bear arms is a human right, not just an American one, and the big national and state groups should have been doing that all this time. But we also have to face the reality that resource-limited efforts they put forth are unlikely to result in any significant and timely attitude changes when pitted against generational cultural predispositions, 2A-hostile educational, political and media interests, and stepped-up marginalization/ostracism of “pro-gun” influencers by social media and search engine giants.

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About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Brady McDonald’s Analogy More Evidence of Desperate Gun-Grabber Lies

Brady McDonald’s Analogy More Evidence of Desperate Gun-Grabber Lies
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Let’s be clear, gun stores are NOT McDonald’s,” the Brady Campaign asserts in a transparently ridiculous attempt to deceive its low information Facebook followers. “You shouldn’t be able to buy an AR-15 like you do a burger and fries.”
Let’s be clear: You can’t. Just as first-time gun owners are finding out they can’t just “buy a gun online” and they’re not easier to get than “books” and “vegetables,” all state and federal infringements that the gun-grabbers have insisted on still apply.
The Bradys know that. They’re just counting on those uninformed enough to believe them staying ignorant and falling for increasingly desperate gun-grabber lies. That becomes even more apparent reading the “press release” their Facebook post links to that elaborates on what they’re whining about this time.
“Brady condemns new ATF guidance for gun stores, ‘unsafe and indulgent,’” the headline scolds. “The Administration has used broad interpretations of the federal Gun Control Act to suggest that FFLs conduct business at a drive-by or walk-up window as if they were a McDonalds, or at a temporary table or booth, as if they were a lemonade stand, removing the protective influence that responsible gun dealers can have on stopping the proliferation of crime guns and on educating gun owners about the risks of guns and how to mitigate them.”
You’d think an organization claiming to be about “safety” would approve of measures encouraging “social distancing” to protect customer and employee lives, but as we’ve seen time and again from the contempt gun-grabbers display, it’s clear gun owner safety is not a priority. That’s hardly a surprise to those who are on to their ways, as writer L. Neil Smith so brutally (and correctly) observed in his classic 2000 essay, “Murder by Gun Control”:
“Make no mistake: you victim disarmament types are sick, sick people, in the words of T.D. Melrose, who’d rather see a woman raped in an alley and strangled with her own pantyhose than see her with a gun in her hand.”
That’s obvious from the McDonalds hysteria over what turns out to be a fairly tepid statement by ATF in its Friday letter to FFLs:
“Specifically, Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) have requested guidance regarding whether they may verify customer identity and permit the completion of paperwork, including for purposes of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System; accept payment; and deliver firearms or ammunition to customers (collectively, ‘the requested activities’) in the following settings: (1) a drive-up or walk-up window or doorway on the FFL’s property; (2) a temporary table or booth located in a parking lot on the FFL’s property…”
“[P]rovided, the activity … would not violate any State law or published ordinance applicable at the place of sale, delivery, or other disposition…,” the letter concedes, meaning don’t hold your breath if you think the feds are going to frog march a governor into a waiting van the same way they would if he were violating politically preferred civil rights.
“Guidance documents, like this industry letter, are not binding and lack the force and effect of law,” the letter acknowledges. It’s the same with the revised Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency “guidance” acknowledging “Workers supporting the operation of firearm or ammunition product manufacturers, retailers, importers, distributors, and shooting ranges”:
“This list is advisory in nature. It is not, nor should it be considered, a federal directive or standard.”
So while ATF’s letter is “welcome” (as a “legal” self-defense measure as long as infringements are in place), it’s no “supreme Law of the Land” reset, and you can bet if a political sea change happens in November, they’ll reverse themselves quicker than you can say “bump stock.”
That’s just another reason why letting Democrats gain a majority in November will spell “Put up or shut up” time for gun owners who are quick to say “Molon Labe!” while simultaneously decrying the uselessness of voting. As maddening as that process is, one needs only return to the Brady Facebook post and read some of the comments by their useful idiot following to remove all doubt as to how their votes will be driven by ignorance and bias.
“I just bought a fried chicken dinner at a drive through,” one representative cud-chewer bleats. “Buying a gun should be a lot harder than buying lunch.”
“TWO HAPPY MEALS AND A 357 [sic] MAGNUM PLEASE!” bellows another ignoramus who sounds a few fries short of those meals.
The Brady’s job is done here. You can find plenty more idiotic assertions like these. Just realize: Like all cult members, the self-deluded are not inclined to have open minds and be approachable with anything as mundane as the truth. There is no point in trying to debate them.
And they vote.
Those who trade in deception and who have as their goal your disarmament are counting on that.

About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Ridicule of Guns During Covid-19 Pandemic Predictably Ignorant ~ VIDEO

Once more the establishment media acts as an amplifier for billionaire Bloomberg, this time in the guise of “satire.” (Everytown for Gun Safety/Facebook)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Of course, guns are essential! We are at war with this virus!” Washington Post “lighter take” columnist Alexandra Petri ridicules in a Friday hit piece that once more proves gun-grabbers who presume to instruct are long on unfounded opinion but come up painfully short on both knowledge and originality. In other words, considering the source and its editorial bent, she’s exactly what we would expect. After all, we’re talking about a paper that still employs an award-winning anti-gun plagiarist.
“Quickly, everyone, let us buy 17 firearms and ask no further questions.” Petri continues. “Donald Trump is a wartime president, and he has deemed gun shops essential to remain open at this time.
“I am armed with my Second Amendment rights in one hand and my total ignorance of medical science in the other,” she asserts, assuming the imagined sentiments of a gun owner that presumes her superior sophistication. Where have we seen our urban media betters dismiss flyover Americans as “Deplorables” and slack-jawed yokels before? Or perhaps I should ask “When haven’t we?”
Still, why shouldn’t we bow to the superior medical science experience of someone with a degree in English as opposed to, say, a “retired Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery and Adjunct Professor of Medical History at Mercer University School of Medicine, and Associate Editor in Chief and World Affairs Editor of Surgical Neurology International who served on the CDC’s Injury Research Grant Review Committee”? One who escaped from a “progressive paradise” where guns are “controlled,” at that…?
For what it’s worth, I’ll bet he never “worked with the Hasty Pudding Club”!
The lack of originality doesn’t stop there. Petri is hardly the first self-appointed “wit” to parrot the “progressive” narrative meme that the reason ignorant rustics want guns during this time of extreme social upheaval is to open fire on the pathogen itself. As noted recently in this column, “comedian, slanderer, perpetual [email protected]$$ punk (and hypocritical self-admitted gun owner) Bill Maher thought it was somehow funny to conflate taking very real and pragmatic preparations in the face of indeterminate civil unrest with a stereotypical redneck threatening to shoot the virus.”
More recently still, British comedian and Monty Python alumnus John Cleese took his idiotic Nigel Incubator-Jones character to heart, tweeting:
“It strikes me that it’s terribly funny that the response of some Americans to a virus is to buy guns.”
Jeez, guy, you used to be clever.
Petri, Maher, Cleese, and others know damn well the reason why. The extent of what we are facing is yet unknown, as is the potential for social upheaval, violence, anarchy, and mayhem, along with a government response that will only get more repressive the more its control is threatened. Let the food supply get interrupted and those who thought they saw it all with toilet paper brawls will find they ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
Don’t expect ignoramuses who fancy themselves smarter than everybody else, who try to get their  followers to laugh at the concept of guns being critical and essential, to do anything but ridicule what the Founders knew to be “necessary to the security of a free State.” And that brings us to the last bit of unoriginality they all are guilty of, a tactic that has lost its potency through both overuse and the discovery that “progressives” are not immune to a table they set being turned.
“Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It’s hard to counterattack ridicule, and it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage,” collectivist organizer (and the subject of Hillary Clinton’s senior thesis) Saul Alinsky wrote as “Rule 5” in his subversive manifesto, Rules for Radicals.
Let them laugh. If TSHTF, it won’t be their residences people will be turning to for anything other than easy pickings. Gated communities notwithstanding, who thinks underpaid “Security” (i.e., “the help”) is going to hang around if civil order goes to hell?
And here’s one thing they’re not laughing at, and is probably one of the things they’re trying to discourage: Citizens who never before gave it much thought — but who, now that it’s apparent to all but provincial dolts that the government can’t protect us — turning to guns.
If there’s one thing calculating gun-grabbers and their useful idiot followers, that is, those who would rather see you dead than armed,  can’t stand, it’s people waking up and realizing the joke’s on them. As long as turnabout’s fair play, a Nelson Muntz response seems in order.

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About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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After Coronavirus, California Has a Major Disarmament Edict Waiting in the Wings

“Commonsense gun safety laws” include banning every gun on the California “safe” roster” that doesn’t have microstamping? All of them? But no one is talking about taking your guns? (David Chiu/Facebook)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- While gun owners are properly focused on the immediate threats arising from the Coronavirus pandemic and associated disruptions of “normal” life, once the manipulated crisis passes the enemies of the right to keep and bear arms will be ready to hit the ground running. That’s the case in California, overwhelmingly ruled by anti-gun (in private hands) Democrats, where the ordered closure of gun shops using the “nonessential business” excuse ignores the one thing the Founders deemed “necessary to the security of a free State.”
Shortly before all eyes became focused on that, one of the more committed citizen disarmament enthusiasts in the legislature, Assemblyman David Chiu, resurrected a gun-grabber dream list priority, microstamping, a requirement for firearms to mark an identifier on ammunition casings, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Disregard for a moment that professional reporter Alexei Koseff and his editors seem confused at times and tell readers the “unique imprint [will be left on] on bullets that are fired.”
That’s not what it’s about anyway, since, after then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (warned ya!) signed microstamping into law in 2007, manufacturers stopped introducing new models and limited their California inventories to models without marking technology that had already made it on to the state’s “certified” list (and in a related story, the state Department of Justice never did ‘fess up to how a stampless “smart gun” they were greasing the skids for apparently made it on the list illegally, after the mandatory microstamping deadline).
No, the object here is to ban the guns still on the list. Requiring one mark instead of two is not “‘calling [the gunmakers’] bluff’ and removing their excuse to ‘boycott the law.’” It’s dictating to supposed free citizens there are even more “in common use at the time” firearms that Democrat tyrants intend to deny them, first in California and then to any other state where the citizens are suicidally ignorant enough to vote in swindlers intent on gutting their birthrights.
“It creates a mechanism for unsafe guns to be phased out and safer guns that assist with crime-solving to enter the market,” Chiu lied. All the guns on the list had already been deemed “safe” by the state in order to be included. And the technology is easily defeated by those who intend to criminally misuse guns. Not that they have to. And it will, of course, stop and/or solve no violent crimes (as if that’s justification for infringing on our rights). That’s not the point.
The point is to further limit the availability of firearms to California citizens by drying up their sources of supply. The state started with their stupid “drop test” requirement (as if there was an epidemic of “gun deaths” and injuries resulting from that nonexistent problem, and as if there were no remedies through the courts if there were), and then moved on to mandated loaded chamber indicators (like the kind that was on the Beretta 92 Compact L that a 14-year-old used to kill a 15-year-old during a practical joke).
As if reptiles that leave brass at crime scenes get their guns through channels traceable to them. Chiu, of course, knows that. It’s just another calculated harassment of gun manufacturers and dealers, designed to drive them out of business. It’s more “In your face, California gun owners!” from someone who hates and wants to disarm them.
His attitude points to a tangentially-related issue that the gun-grabbers are counting on and the so-called “gun lobby” has been shamefully hiding from lest they are smeared as “haters”: Chiu is the son of Taiwanese parents who came to this country to enjoy the benefits of American freedoms unavailable in the land they fled. And we know from all credible means of observation that immigrant groups, particularly Hispanics and Asians, overwhelmingly follow their cultural biases down the “pathway to citizenship” to the Democrat/anti-gun camp. You would think a people who resisted Chi-Com tyranny would know better, but “civilians are not allowed to possess any firearms with narrow exceptions” in Taiwan.
It’s not like Taiwanese citizens need to risk themselves when they have treaty guarantees that American lives, blood, and treasure will be spent on their behalf should the need arise “to maintain the capacity of the United States to resist any resort to force or other forms of coercion that would jeopardize the security, or the social or economic system, of the people on Taiwan.”
Look for Chiu’s bill to pass as soon as the legislature feels it’s the best time to capitalize on the publicity, and for Gov. Gavin Newsom to happily stick it to that part of the California citizenry that doesn’t vote Democrat. And look for it to be upheld since by ignoring the core militia purpose of the Second Amendment and relying pretty much exclusively on self-defense in its legal arguments, the “gun lobby” has undermined its ability to fight for “ordinary military equipment” intended to be taken into “common defense” battles. That’s left us in a situation where courts rule as long as you can have a gun for “self-defense,” the state can limit your options on what you can keep and where you can bear it.
The appropriate response, of course, if for the manufacturers who depend on gun owners for their livelihoods, to take the Barrett/Hornady approach and tell the tyrants to make, service, and supply their own damn guns, rather than continuing to supply enforcers who will use their superior armaments to disarm Americans. Just don’t hold your breath waiting for gun owners to unify and demand that of them.

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About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Thailand Mall Shooter Broke Every Law Democrats Say We Need in U.S.

General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and head of Royal Thai Police responds to killings at Terminal 21 Korat mall. (Royal Thai Government/Facebook)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Thai Gunman Who killed 26 in Rampage Shot Dead in Mall,” the Associated Press reported Saturday. Another 57 people were wounded in a standoff at Terminal 21 Korat initiated by a soldier said to be “angry over a financial dispute,” who reportedly killed two people on a military base before driving to the mall. It took police sharpshooters 16 hours to put the killer down as terrified, unarmed shoppers fled, ducked for cover and “ran to hide in toilets.”
Television footage showed the attacker carrying “what appeared to be an assault rifle.” And it was the second “high profile mall shooting” in a month, the prior one committed by a masked  school director “carrying a handgun with a silencer [who] killed three people, including a 2-year-old boy, and wounded four others as he robbed a jewelry store.”
As the anti-gunners say here when such atrocities are committed, “something must be done.”
In the cases of the Thai mall shooters, something has been done, including everything Democrat politicians and gun-grab groups have been loudly demanding to be imposed on a state and national level here. Thailand’s got it all.
“The regulation of guns in Thailand is categorized as restrictive,” GunPolicy.org, a project of the Sydney School of Public Health advises. We need to stipulate up front that this effort is being bankrolled by globalist citizen disarmament interests, including the United Nations, but that doesn’t invalidate the reporting of restrictions, all backed with extensive source citations. Instead, it makes using the documentation “bullet-proof” from challenges by the antis, since we’re using their data.
So we find that “In Thailand, the right to private gun ownership is not guaranteed by law.” We find “In Thailand, civilians are not allowed to possess automatic and semi-automatic rifles,” that is, weapons the mall killer, being part of the government, reportedly had no problem getting his hands on.
If you want a handgun, a rifle or a shotgun, citizens have to overcome several prior restraints, including satisfying the government that they have a “genuine reason” for the license need to obtain a firearm and its ammunition (one license per gun). They need to pass a “universal background check” that includes “income” among its considerations (like “gun control” here, poorer citizens are most affected). And there are “red flag” disqualifiers like “domestic violence … Where a past history or apprehended likelihood of family violence exists, the law in Thailand stipulates that a gun license should be denied or revoked.”
“In Thailand, the law requires that a record of the acquisition, possession, and transfer of each privately held firearm be retained in an official register,” GunPolicy.org continues. We also find that in Thailand they have storage laws and transit laws. Open carry is banned, and if a citizen wants to carry concealed, they must “apply for permission to carry a firearm … to the officials who are competent to issue such license.”
Think of it as “Santa Clara carry.”
So leave it to the media to present Thailand as “awash with easily obtainable firearms, featuring one of the highest gun homicide rates in Asia.” To back it up they cite “the US State Department’s Bureau for Diplomatic Security wrote in its 2013 safety report for overseas staff: ‘Thailand has a fervent gun culture on par with the United States and has become a world leader in firearms-related homicides.’”
Who headed State back then?
With the headline and the lede having established that murder with guns is comparatively high, we have to venture deeper into the report to find that the violence is being perpetrated by those who ignore all those “restrictive” laws. Millions have said the hell with approvals and licensing and registration and permits. GunPolicy.org estimates there are over four million “illegal” guns in Thailand but admits it really doesn’t know for sure. Plus there’s a Malay-Muslim insurgency with armed rebels, “as well as the mafia syndicates across the country.”
And then there’s the proliferation “along the Thai-Myanmar and Thai-Cambodian border,” as well as the claim by “experts” that “military, police and paramilitary officials not only have easy access to such weapons but have also been known to sell these to non-state officials.”
In other words, “gun control” doesn’t and can’t work, because the bad guys will always find whatever workarounds they want. And it’s not hard to see the parallels here, especially with the way the Democrats, in addition to demanding disarmament, also ensure our borders remain porous and that foreign populations with priorities inimical to founding principle established in the Constitution are being brought in and embedded into communities throughout the Republic.
Just like our Democrats, Thai officials point to more measures that will have no effect on those causing the problems. They’re calling for more registration and “introducing so-called ballistic gun data.” When those don’t work, and they won’t, they’ll be back demanding more.

About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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Failed Florida Semi-Auto Ban Petition Still Helped Divert Gun Owner Attention

Who wants to break it to them that the red slash is supposed to go in front of the gun? (Ban Assault Weapons Now – Facebook/Requested Attribution: Lorie Shaull)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Florida semi-auto ban fails in 2020 with 19% of needed signatures,” AmmoLand correspondent Dean Weingarten informed readers Tuesday. “While touted in the legacy media and in proponents’ advertising as a ‘ban on assault weapons,’ the measure bans possession of virtually all semi-automatic rifles, many semi-automatic shotguns, but no handguns or pistols.”
Weingarten does a great job of showing us how the petition was based on ignorance and fraud, so there’s no reason to restate his work here. Instead, I’d like to ask a question repeated in the classic Western, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid:
“Who are those guys?”
After all, if they are trying to infringe on our rights, shouldn’t we at least know who is attacking us, and importantly, who is either feeding them or pulling their strings?
“BAWN is leading the grassroots movement to put an amendment on Florida’s 2020 ballot to constitutionally ban the sale of assault weapons,” the group calling itself Ban Assault Weapons Now claimed on its petition page. First, there is no provision to do that “constitutionally,” and second, we still don’t know who the man behind the curtain is and what his special interests may be.
Oh, sure, we see it’s “leadership” consists of dropping names like oath-breaking political opportunist Ted Deutch and a dead Bloomberg mayor on the “steering committee,”  that its committee members include David Hogg and various “survivors,” their kin and the like, and that other groups like Brady Campaign and Marx…uh…March for Our Lives are presented as “partners,” but that still doesn’t tell us who’s really running the show (with one exception, Gail Schwartz, who I’ll get to in a bit).
Why not?
Checking their URL on the “Who Is” registry is no help—they used a proxy out of Toronto.
So now what?
Their website lists a “Donate” feature, but that goes through Act Blue, a Democrat/ progressive” suckerfunding site, so we’re still no closer to getting names of any significant principals. Not very “transparent,” these gun-grabbers, are they? Still, we do find a clue, the same meatspace address that appears at the bottom of the BAWN site:
6619 S Dixie Hwy #148, Miami, FL 33143
It turns out that’s a box in a UPS Store in Miami and you can reach both BAWN “Chair” Gail Schwartz (who I mentioned earlier) and one Gloria Maggiolo. You can see that for yourself by doing an “entity name” search at the State of Florida’s Sunbiz.org Division of Corporations website.
Ms. Maggiolo evidently plays both sides of the street regardless of what they believe, because in addition to BAWN and Mary Barzee Flores, “a gun control advocate and critic of the National Rifle Association [who] will oversee consumer services for the department, including the concealed weapons permitting and licensing program,” the Tampa Bay Business Journal identifies her as “campaign treasurer” for Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, called “the most anti-gun Commissioner of Agriculture in over 40 years — maybe ever!” by former NRA President Marion Hammer.
I said “both sides” of the street” because another entity listed at Maggiolo’s SunBiz link is Javi for Congress, LLC, which the Federal Election Commission tells us:
“This committee is a Principal Campaign Committee. Candidate: Javier Manjarres Party: Republican Party.”
Manjarres, per Florida political analysis site FLAPOL, lost in a three-way primary where contestants were vying for the seat of the aforementioned Ted Deutch (small world, eh?). Per the “Issues” page on his discontinued campaign website (but copied at the time on my The War on Guns blog), he had pledged:
“The right to self-defense is protected by the 2nd Amendment. I will protect this most fundamental right by standing against those who are trying to undermine it. We can all come to the table and agree on enforcing sensible and existing laws that will keep us safe, but these laws can not undermine or erode the rights of law-abiding citizens.”
First of all, there are no “sensible and existing” Intolerable Acts, and what a load of crap his contention that infringements keep us safe. Still, his statement makes it fair to wonder how incestuous politics are, where fundamental principles don’t even enter into who you do business with (kind of like with NRA and its Obama and Hillary donor lawyer).
Anyway, we’ve taken some side tours, but aside from these “fun facts” and peculiar relationships, we haven’t really followed the money to a place that those seeding and feeding BAWN are. I suspect it’s because the “group” looks to be mostly there to make noise rather than get things done.
I say that based on its Facebook page with under 6,000 “followers” and its Twitter feed with under 200, and that’s despite all the free press the effort received. Ditto for Ms. Schwartz. Had a big national group funded this to any real extent, its footprint would be much larger, and one gets the feeling BAWN is more like a puff adder, venomous but nonetheless self-inflated to appear larger and more threatening than it is. That tells me that those with big money did not feel the timing was right – yet – to invest significant resources, but still found it convenient to support the petition enough to create a bluff against which gun owners would need to spend time that could be put to better use against more probable perils.
This points to a need for organized “gun rights” groups to perform and then publicize threat analyses subject to updates as conditions change. I can’t begin to tell you how many breathless fundraising alerts I receive wherein some rice bowl groups hysterically warn against this bill or that, only to check on sites like GovTrack to find the measure we were being all stirred up over had a “3% chance of passage” prognosis, like this one from, again, Ted Deutch.
Sure, we need to be aware of everything that approaches, and sure, it helps to show where the enemy would like to go if he could, but as a general practice, we also need to have our state and national leaders give us the real lowdown to help us direct where our attention and limited resources would best be placed. And then we ought to do a bit of checking ourselves.

About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
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