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Take Away The Bad Guns

New York Times assaults the best guns, the ones the public wants

The gloves are off, no more weasel words, confiscation on page one


The lamestream media told you:

OMG, The New York Times ran an editorial on Page One! Pundits go wild!
The first time since 1920, so it must be critically important!
(Readers of The New York Times of course know a good percentage
of everything in that paper is editorial, and it is not right-of-center,
it is hopelessly biased to the left.) This one demands gun confiscation.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

For years the gun-owning public has known left-wing radicals like the people at The New York Times and their followers want to outlaw guns and confiscate them from the public.

The left wing, in typical totalitarian fashion, has denied it, lying to our faces. They've decided to stop lying, though we've outed them in the past. Now it's a big deal the The Times said it in an editorial on their front page, as if this is more meaningful than all the other covert and overt threats we have endured, and stories they have run. They said:

"Certain kinds of weapons... and certain kinds of ammunition, must be outlawed for civilian ownership."

It's time to, "require Americans who own those kinds of weapons to give them up for the good of their fellow citizens."

Just wait until you see the bills they draft to do this.

Diane Feinstein's bill outlawed guns with grips. I kid you not.

Bobby Rush's bill required tests, designed by government, with no controls (and more) before you could exercise your rights.


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