FK – Those who think they are doomed probably are. Wars aren’t won by such…
FK – Another reason to choose a Glock over a 1911 or similar older design. A Glock can be shucked on your thigh or other surfaces as he was showing.
The writer is terrified by the appearance of a woman with a gun? Really? That explains a lot right there. People are afraid of things they’re ignorant about. That leads to prejudice, which combined with admitted fear and obvious resentment, can result in hate — and when ignorant, fearful people hate, they often try to destroy.
“As in Glock, the renowned Austrian handgun manufacturer?” the feature then asks, returning to its headline and lede pun, just to make sure we noticed. Yeah, we got it the first time. If you need to repeat a punch line, you spoil the joke. Fouad’s “it’s funny because” shtick pretty much only works on “Family Guy,” and it gets old there, too.
FK – We will have to invade England and fix that country by eradicating its commie trash. No other fix will suffice.
“There is definitely going to be consequences, definitely. That is unacceptable behavior. If we let it go, it would continue into the future,” he said.
FK – Consequences indeed. Nazi trash always hate it when their victims point guns at them or fight back or protest their evil in any way.
Arresting or charging any of those patriots should be considered an act of war.
FK – There’s been climate change as long as there’s been a climate, for billions of years as the evidence shows. As always the main thing to understand about ‘global warming’ or ‘climate change’ is that the ameri-commies who call themselves environmentalists to hide their evil are using it as their latest excuse to control every aspect of our existence.
He said Mexican authorities found three guns inside the truck he had recently driven from Florida to make a new start in San Diego. He was jailed, and is now being held in Tijuana’s La Mesa Penitentiary without bail.
Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter last week wrote a letter asking Secretary of State John Kerry to secure Tahmooressi’s release. State Department officials said they were aware of an arrest of a U.S. citizen in Mexico, but they do not comment on arrests of private individuals without the person’s permission.
Similar cases have occurred before. In 2008, an active-duty Army soldier was jailed in Ciudad Juarez, across from El Paso, Texas, for driving into Mexico with guns, knives and ammunition. In 1999, a Marine was detained in Tijuana for two weeks after driving into Mexico with guns, the newspaper reported.
If Tahmooressi is convicted, he faces six to 21 years in a Mexican prison, his lawyers said, adding that alternatively the case could be dropped if the Mexican attorney general’s office in Mexico City requests dismissal.
FK – Time to focus on Mexico’s tourism. The trash will only listen to money.
Watch the next vid and think about ‘borders.’
FK – And we let them vote…
While we won a notable victory against Bloomberg’s minions in New Hampshire, we also suffered a setback at the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sadly, a couple of “pro-gun” groups had pushed the legislation in New Hampshire to send lots of additional names to NICS. They felt that, if the liberal media saw that gun groups were willing to assist in taking away gun rights from some people, then the “gun lobby” would be viewed more favorably. Suffice it to say that this strategy never, ever works.
The bottom line: We need to look more closely at demands for more NICS submissions from supposedly “pro-gun” groups. And we especially need to look at whether people who are being pushed into the NICS system have actually received due process.
FK – I haven’t seen an ‘unbusy’ time in this war over the last 20 years.
Since the Bill of Rights was designed to force the Fed govt. and really all governments under it to acknowledge our most basic right, that of self defense against government, we should be demanding the U.S. Congress pass a national ‘preemption‘ law like Kentucky and other states have that says they can’t limit our most basic right.
All ‘gun control’ is propaganda designed to condition the sheeple to accept further ‘control’ until total civilian disarmament is achieved. Thus all ‘gun control’ is an act of war.
FK – Gee Brits, now you know why they took your guns and why they want ours. But then, guns without the will to use them are nothing but toys.
The question now becomes, especially with a seeming total lack of publicity, is ATF attempting an “under the radar” action to impose on the entire country what they previously imposed (over objections that could have been stronger) on southwest gun buyers and sellers?
“That’s what it looks like,” one legal adviser approached for his read on this development offered. “And no, I haven’t seen this yet, which is strange as I’m subscribed to the ATF Federal Register filings.”
Perhaps congressional representatives should be contacted and asked what they know about this, if anything, and if the administration bypassing the elected representatives of the people to enact “gun control” via executive diktat is something that sits OK with them. That might be especially relevant in an election year, as the move seemingly allows the president’s party to keep a low profile on guns until after the elections, while he does their lifting for them.
FK – We should be ordering our elected public servants to shut down the BATF Nazi trash and repeal all the ‘laws’ they enforce.