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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Of course, they are colluding with the Biden administration. Why else would they bother to collect such information?

Montana's Attorney General, along with AG's from seventeen other states across the nation are demanding that shipping companies UPS and FedEx explain their implemented policies of tracking firearm and ammunition purchases of Americans and disclose whether or not those polices have been coordinated with the Biden Administration. Read the entire story HERE.

H/T to Bob in E-Town
 

16 comments:

  1. Don't even bother, you know the answer to that one!

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  2. There is only one reason to register or track guns. It is for future confiscation. It will happen. And as sure as day follows night after confiscation will come repressive government.

    In unrelated news North Korea executed two teens for the crime of watching movies which originated outside of North Korea.

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  3. Every task costs,right? Data collection, software,
    Who is paying for that? Who decided to implement that program?
    I'm just getting So tired of the bullshit.

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  4. like a lot of older guys around here, I just recheck my zero on my rifles. and no I don't hunt anymore, too busted up to
    hike up and down the hills around here. never cared for deer stands either, a lazy way to hunt.
    funny thing, at the range. most of us old guys where shooting rifles we can't use for hunting in this state (pa)
    we just smile at each other and make a comment or two about what you using and why. maybe.
    weird too how a lot of the same guys turn up using the pistol range as well. seems like the old guys have the best toys.

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    1. Same reason you only see geriatrics driving corvettes. Young bucks ain't got the cake for fancy toys!

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  5. Amazing how much personal information is >needed< now that never used to cross anyone's mind. Wait until "digital cash" comes about - sooner than we think. FJB et al

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  6. It all seems pointless. About a month ago, I found a Package on my porch.Right number, wrong street. Apparently "diversity" doesn't mean "able to read". The intended recipient already had a confirmation email. That is an appropriate system for the FEEB to tack onto.

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  7. All transactions are no person to person using cash. I still buy ammo at LGS, that do not capture identification with purchase (happy to flash my permit or license to verify age, but since I'm almost 50, I don't get proofed much, either.)

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  8. What the politicians cannot accomplish via legislation they will accomplish via corrupt businessmen. Molon Labe

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  9. Years ago after vacationing in the Florida panhandle when two hurricanes devastated the lower peninsula on the way home I saw flat bed after flatbed full of transformers heading inbounds.

    I guess pretty soon after North Carolina that will be seen all over the country. Make sure you have backup and redundancy as well as old school. I was born a hundred years to late.

    Bear Claw

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  10. "along with AG's from seventeen other states"

    Corporations exist, solely, as creations... departments... mere appendages, of the state (in the United States, that would be "states" -- as their charters are by, individual, state law).

    Are *any* of these states going to revoke the charters of these treasonous state agents? Hold these treasonous agents guilty of their treason?

    What does one define as government support of treason?

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    1. Innteresting to note that one "of the AG's from seventeen other states" was NOT Tennessee.
      Must be because of where Fred Smith lives.

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  11. NOTHING the feds have done in the last 20 years to address gun violence will ever work. The vast majority of gun crimes are committed by Obama sons and very few politicians are willing to admit that, let alone do anything about it. The democommies hope no one notices they're putting a few drops of oil on a bicycle chain because the car won't start.

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  12. "Nice delivery trucks you have there-be a shame if something were to happen to them."

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  13. Yet more law breaking collusion brought to you by a .gov agency that shouldn't exist in a representative republic with the Constitution as written and intended.

    Nemo

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