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Bloomberg Assaults Nevada Gun Owners

The lamestream media told you:

Nothing yet. Insiders are aware billionaire former NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg will be attempting to ban gun transfers, and register all guns in Nevada, by voter initiative, since he can't get it through the legislature, and has failed miserably at the federal level.

His similar successful effort in Washington state, known as I-594, was accomplished with a $10 million advertising scheme, relying on money from fellow anti-rights advocate Bill Gates and others. He convinced voters the bill was a simple background check, not the universal transfer ban and registration system it turned out to be.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

This is what it will take to legally transfer guns in Nevada if anti-rights crusader Bloomberg succeeds in Nevada. Anyone who thinks this is about crime control and not just control needs to switch Kool Aid brands.

The title of this chart is misleading.
It's not about background checks.
It's a ban on any simple transfer of any firearm.



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