Door Kickers*

Gun bans? 2nd Amendment repeal? All the rest?

Do you really want to kick in millions of doors because it’s possible someone might be well-armed?

When you don’t how many of what guns maybe they’ve got?

Because some idiot couldn’t be bothered to report a crazy prohibited person to NICS?

How much money do you think you’ll need to pay enough people to conduct warrantless raids in fear of tens of millions of well-armed residents?

I’d say, “Good luck with that,” but good luck isn’t what I’d be wishing for jackbooted stormtroopers.


* I’ve explained all this in rather carefully sourced detail elsewhere. This is for Attention Deficit Disorder “journalists” and snowflakes who have trouble with anything beyond 30 second sound bites.

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Did ANYONE, like, do their fucking job?

The latest report regarding the Parkland school shooter asshole says he was investigated in September 2016 after he cut himself on Snapchat.

“Mr. Cruz has fresh cuts on both his arms. Mr. Cruz stated he plans to go out and buy a gun. It is unknown what he is buying the gun for,” the DCF report reads.

But that didn’t really raise any red flags. Of course.

[The shooter’s mother] said her son did not have a firearm. She said she had confiscated his air gun because he didn’t follow house rules about only shooting it “within the backyard and at targets.”

And that still didn’t raise eyebrows.

But the kicker: the investigation by the Department of Children and Family Services came after he turned eighteen, after he became a legal adult, after he normally wouldn’t be under their jurisdiction. Why?

Cruz came under DCF’s supervision and care because he was classified as a vulnerable adult due to mental illness.

That sounds suspiciously like he was found to be mentally ill by a judge and assigned to DCF. If that’s the case, he was a prohibited person, he should have been reported to NICS by the state, and he should not have been able to buy the AR he used on Wednesday.

To be fair, if that’s how it happened, then possibly the Sheriff’s Office had done their part, gotten him Baker Acted, and that’s why DCF was uselessly in charge.

Pro Tip for DCF: If a guy with a history of mental illness, violence, and destruction starts cutting on himself and tells investigators he’s going to buy a gun you need to get him in a hospital. It’s your job.

Valentine’s Day Massacre

On February 14, 2018 something didn’t happen.

  • Fifty-five to one-hundred-twenty million gun owners did not commit mass murder.
  • Laws forbidding weapons in school did not work.
  • Laws forbidding the unlicensed carry of firearms did not work.
  • A background check did not prevent deaths.
  • School security did not save all the students.

Prior to that, more did not happen.

  • Since at least 2012, police did not arrest a disturbed person for multiple acts of violence, threats, harassment, peeping, and weapons violations.
  • Police did not Baker Act a “weird” “psycho,” making him a prohibited person unable to lawfully purchase a gun.
  • A school did not press criminal charges against a person who broke multiple laws against weapons, destruction of property, and assault.

“Authorities” did not do the jobs they are drawing taxpayer money to do.

So to you celebrity hookers, Z-list actors, Dimwit pols, Repugnant surrender monkeys, lying media, and the rest of the gun people controlling victim disarmers:

SHUT THE FUCK UP.

Stop blaming the fifty-five to one-hundred-twenty million gun owners who did not commit mass murder. Stop screeching for laws that infringe the human/civil rights of the innocent. Stop screeching for preemptively-prove-your-innocence prior restraint of constitutionally guaranteed rights, registration, and licensing with which the Supreme Court says criminals do not have to comply (look it up, dumbasses).

GO FUCK YOURSELVES.

You want to blame someone for the Parkland dead? Try the school administrators and police who looked away. Don’t blame me or the other fifty-five to one-hundred-twenty million who did not do it, and who have proposed solutions.

Solutions that do not involve assuming the innocent are guilty, and criminals will obey laws.

Solutions that do not violate rights.

Solutions that would work.

Solutions that do not involve:

  • trying to figure out how many gun owners there are in that 55-120 million range.
  • trying to figure out who they are
  • trying to figure out where they are
  • trying to figure out how many guns there are, out of estimates ranging from 265 million to three-quarters of a billion
  • trying to figure out where the guns are
  • trying to figure out where to find the money to hire enough SWAT teams to kick in 125 million doors looking for guns
  • trying to figure out where to find the money to buy enough firepower and body armor to make the attempt marginally survivable
  • trying to figure out where to find the money to to buy caskets when it wasn’t enough

Perhaps the mouthy Kardashian Klan, Schumer(s), Feinstein, Grassley, Shannon Twatts, Bloomberg, et al will don jackboots and volunteer to kick doors for free. If not,

SHUT THE FUCK UP.


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That’s understandable…

…when you look at it from their POV.

New York politicians propose new law that would force Procter & Gamble to stop making Tide Pods that look like candy
Two New York politicians are calling for a new state law that, if passed, would force Procter & Gamble to make Tide pods look less appetising, and follows nationwide disgust at the Tide Pod Challenge.

State Senator Brad Hoylman and Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, both New York City Democrats, announced their proposal on Tuesday – in the hopes the new law would discourage people from eating the laundry detergent pods.

Bea in mind that P&G has already changed the packaging to keep innocent little — “if it’s bright it must be candy” — children from eating the things. This is to protect “Tide Pod Challengees,” most of whom seem to be young adults. Who should know better. They’re eating Tide Pods because they know it’s laundry detergent.

In short, this proposed law is intended to protect the Democrat voter base from themselves. Mid-terms are going to be scary enough for the Ds without losing live Dimwit voters. Personally, I’m all in favor of the “Challenge.” “Think of it as evolution in actions.”

We don’t need chlorine in the gene pool. We have Tide.

[UPDATED] Oopsie, someone has a little explaining to do

…to the ATF.

AJC.com, the Atlanta Urinal-Constipation just published a story claiming a reporter built an assault rifle.

I helpfully emailed authorized urinalist, Ken Foskett to explain that if that’s true, someone is going to prison.

Interestingly, it took some searching to find Foskett’s email address. AJC killed the link to the reporter staff directory. I guess they got tired of getting negative feedback from people who know they’re full of shit. Fortunately, they left the actual directory online; you should bookmark it.

Nice try, Foskett.

Yeah, you edited the article from this

to this

but you forgot to change the graphic.