To all of you liberals who ran out to become first-time gun owners on the second or third day of riots following George Soros’ murder – congratulations. Your ten-day waiting period is almost up! Those tense, unarmed days between purchasing your new gun and the day in which you finally get to pick your property up at the gun store are a result of “gun control” policies you liberals have championed for years. While we’re on the subject, let’s look at some of the most popular gun control arguments and see how relevant they are when the SHTF, shall we?
First, there’s the argument that only cops should have guns, because the cops are there to protect you. If you’ve ever made that argument as a good liberal, that probably seems really silly after watching Minneapolis. Remember that part on the third night of riots when the police – the only ones with guns on the streets of Minneapolis – ran away from the looters? The only ones with the guns in that scenario, who were supposed to protect the people of Minneapolis… ran away.
The taxpayers in Minneapolis could have saved a bunch of money if they had really thought this one through. If the Mayor wasn’t going to allow the police to follow their own procedures to stamp out a riot immediately, then the only equipment the cops really need to purchase are a nice pair of track shoes. That’s way cheaper than all the guns, body armor, ammunition and other toys that the cops carry around!
Also, we need to point out that the argument that only cops should have guns seems a little weird right now. After all, the exact same people who have been telling us on the news for years that only cops should have guns are now telling us that all cops are racist and should be abolished.
Bit of a logic disconnect there, no? It’s similar to the argument that Trump is literally Hitler and therefore only the government should be allowed to own guns.
Next, there’s the adorable argument that no one needs a gun with a 100-round… you know, the thing! Huge clips that hold lots of bullets are unnecessary, because you really only need one bullet for deer hunting. (Please stop calling them “clips,” liberals. They are “magazines.” And you can’t spell “magazine” without “MAGA!”)
Even if you have been able to purchase a firearm in a blue state after filling out all the forms and paperwork and waiting for the ten-day waiting period, I’ll bet you’re a bit miffed that you are only allowed to own a gun that holds fewer than ten rounds, amiright?
Your problem, liberals, is that you are thinking of firearms in terms of a mass shooter who is trying to take out as many people as possible. Gun owners look at the situation from the opposite direction: How much ammo do I need for defensive purposes for my family?
If you’ve been watching the size of the crowds that are burning down police stations, looting Target stores and murdering people in their driveways, you should be able to come to a conclusion about how many bullets it would be nice to have in a gun. The answer is: More than six!
There’s also the silly argument that an AR-15 is a “weapon of war,” and that the Founding Fathers only meant for the people to be able to use the weapons of war from their day, meaning single-shot muskets. This argument, like all gun control arguments, is riddled with holes.
The AR-15, while it is effective and popular, is not the same rifle that the military carries. And the Founding Fathers knew about many other “weapons of war” besides the single-shot musket. Ever heard of a puckle gun? That was of the the first “machine guns” in history, patented in 1718. And Thomas Jefferson owned a pair of Girardoni rifles with 30-shot magazines.
Last but not least, how about the argument that you should have a 10-day waiting period for firearms purchases, so that people who are angry can’t just buy a gun and shoot the place up? I’ll bet you’ve noticed that this silly and arbitrary rule also applies to people who are fearful and want to be able to own a gun just to defend their home, their family and property.
All of us gun owners hope that you liberals have learned a valuable lesson from all of this, and that this lesson will affect your voting habits in the future. There are very good reasons for why the Second Amendment is in the Bill of Rights. And one of those reasons is probably burning down a looted Best Buy store near you right now.