Clay Jones for May 01, 2019


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    sipsienwa Premium Member 7 months ago

    Too sad to like.

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    DD Wiz Premium Member 7 months ago

    The NRA, yet again, has blood on its hands. Regardless of whether the NRA itself or any of its members commits these atrocities and hate crimes, they are the ones who bribe legislators to pay them off to make sure they never enact any common sense gun safety oversight that would prevent any TERRORIST, CONVICTED VIOLENT FELON, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ABUSER or someone so MENTALLY INCAPACITATED they qualify for MENTAL DISABILITY Social Security benefits that have to be administered through a conservator (the Obama era standard) from being able to order online or walk into any gun show (not in a state that enacts state laws) and walk out with unlimited numbers of any kinds of weapons with unlimited ammunition and high capacity magazines that they bought from a private party.

    And as to suspected terrorists and the mentally ill, they won’t even allow those to be included on the background checks required from licensed dealers (who have a competitive disadvantage because these Russian puppets create barriers for capitalist entrepreneurs).

    And now the Attorney General of the state of New York, Letitia James, has opened investigations into the tax exempt status of the NRA, after its political activity and crimes of money laundering of THRITY MILLION DOLLARS of illegal Russian campaign contributions to the Trump campaign.

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    Zebrastripes  7 months ago

    What a despicable group of greedy treasonists scum! Congress included, because they are complicit to all the NRA actions and take bribe money so gun laws don’t change. American Govt is so corrupt, politicians don’t work to represent WE the PEOPLE, they work to represent themselves!

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 7 months ago

    The main difference between the NRA and other International Terrorist Groups? The NRA owns more congresscritters!

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    Pickled Pete  7 months ago

    It’s a sad commentary on civilization when mass shootings becomes normalized news.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 7 months ago

    Religious strife is a given.. so it does not count.

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    Rad-ish. Premium Member 7 months ago

    The Russian money grabbing NRA is still going thanks to Republican support.

    Dirty Donald at NRA said the people at the top of government were “scum”.

    The stupid Trump admin is the scum at the top of the government.

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    Nantucket Premium Member 7 months ago

    Another great suggestion from Fox’s Kilmeade – people need to go to church armed. What could possibly go wrong?

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    6.6TA Premium Member 7 months ago

    Gun control — For some of us, it comes down to lethality. When someone with a desire to kill pulls a trigger, how fast and how many people die? How many people have serious injuries? Here are two examples: In 1959, Charles Starkweather killed 10 people over a period of 8 days. In October, 2017, Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and wounded 422, and the ensuing panic brought the injury total to 851. My understanding is that civilian ownership of high rate of fire guns is restricted / prohibited in most major nations. Here in the US … periodically and, increasingly people die, rapidly. Given the increasing rate of shooter incidents, I support efforts to develop and pass prudent restrictions on private gun ownership. (Full disclosure: I own guns. I expect to keep them and I am not worrying about “them” coming to take my guns away.)

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    Ally2005  7 months ago

    Lapierre to his secretary: Have this months bribe payments gone out to congress yet?

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    NeoconMan  7 months ago

    People need to bring their guns to church. Jesus can’t seem to protect them.

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    robnvon Premium Member 7 months ago

    Oops! Underlying beliefs are showing.

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    robnvon Premium Member 7 months ago

    You know, Mr. Tiki Torch. I would not mind it at all if someone replaced you.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  7 months ago

    The NRA sees mass shootings as free advertising.

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    Concretionist  7 months ago

    I do think this unfairly suggests that most NRA members like that there are mass shootings. As I recall it, most of them support the idea of background checks and abhor the killing… They just don’t see that their monomania is part of the problem.

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    Night-Gaunt49  7 months ago

    Don’t forget the Libertarians in the Republican party who are very cold hearted. They simply blame us for not opening up gun ownership free-for-all.

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