Insanity! Jails Release Prisoners While Anti-Gunners Want Gun Shops Closed

by Dave Workman

Everytown for Gun Safety has spent the last couple of days railing in email blasts about the National Rifle Association “and its allies” allegedly pressuring the Department of Homeland Security to include gun retailers as part of the “essential workforce,” but they’re not uttering a peep about reports of prisoner releases due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Liberal anti-gunners want gun shops closed and prison doors open, it appears. Whose side are they on?

A report Tuesday from MSN revealed that “thousands of inmates” had been released recently in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infection inside the “Graybar Hotel.” Read the rest HERE.

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3 Responses to Insanity! Jails Release Prisoners While Anti-Gunners Want Gun Shops Closed

  1. Michael says:

    How can so many be so naive? You can’t usher in anarchy without anarchists. As “we the people” sit back and whine the Marxist leaders in both parties are removing our rights and replacing them with Marxist principles.

  2. Joe Z says:

    Whose side are they on? Let’s see, I would say the side of: The Establishment, The New World Order/One World Government gang, The Destroy America First crowd and The Chinese Communists for starters. They want to take our guns away and put more lawbreakers back out on the streets. And in Kaleeforneeya they take the homeless OFF the streets and put them in shelters where the homeless are 19X more likely to pick up a contagious disease. Yep, that’s government.

  3. Michael says:

    This is a test by our Marxist leaders to see how many Lemmings will jump off the economic cliff into anarchy. Unfortunately it worked far better than they could have possibly hoped for.

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