assault weapons

This got SasSy, real quick:

I was curious (haha no pun actually intended), so I went to the FCKH8 website but all I see is merch.  Did I get bamboozled?  Was the video just promotional material for their witty t-shirts?

Hating guns must be so exhausting.

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Gat tip: Spencer

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Painful:

Wat-memeWho let this slide?  This guy thinks he’s pretty slick.

1:52 – “Facts go out the window.  We’re not interested in facts.” <– Yea that’s the truest thing he said.  The media definitely isn’t interested in fact, nor seeming the public because repeatedly calling semi automatic weapons “Assault Weapons” and pretending they have no hunting, or self defense application etc… is rampant.  It’s obvious why the media does it though.  The more hysteria you create, the more you can report on the same thing over and over, which results ultimately in more money.

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This juvenile looking work of art:

New-Yorker-Magazine-Drooker-Assault-Weapons-Shopping

The cover story for the Dec. 14 of the New Yorker issue is entitled,” Shopping Days,” in which writer Eric Drooker asks: “What would it look like if I took America’s obsession with firearms to its logical extreme?”  The source of this picture goes on to talk about “the too-easy access to military-grade weapons” right on cue.

Meh… well at least he put the iron sights, EOtech, and the Magpul AFG facing the correct direction.  That magazine is looking awfully straight and QUITE assaulty.  New neva-bin-done-befo 45 round straight magazine maybe?  The grenades *eye roll* were a nice touch too.. oh and the milk.

I searched google images to see if the rest of Eric Drooker’s art is as mediocre.  Thankfully it’s not.

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Oh wow this is too good:

The same guy who wanted to ban “assault weapons” and bullet buttons in trouble for firearms trafficking and a slew of other crimes.

He was charged with conspiracy to traffic in firearms without a license, and to illegally import firearms as well as a scheme to defraud citizens of honest services.

Yee and Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, leader of the Chee Kung Tong Free Masons in San Francisco, were among 26 defendants charged in the federal criminal complaint Wednesday.

If convicted on all charges, Yee could face more than 100 years in prison. His bail was set at $500,000, unsecured, with the provision that he not leave the state. He was released from custody late Wednesday afternoon.

Full story – NBC

LOL “Shrimp Boy”, what an epic nickname.  I need to know the story behind that.

Looks like the Brady Campaign fails again. They honored Yee in 2006 for violence prevention.

mr-chow-hangover-did-you-dieThoughts?  I can’t say I’m surprised… he seemed like a slimeball to me from the beginning.  There are a lot of details about this case still emerging, but all I know is it all looks real shady.

Hat tip: Hydepark, Van

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Dom Raso x NRA News:

Yea exactly, from what I’ve heard / seen, thugs use hi-points, llamas, lorcins etc…   Mainly I’d assume because they are cheap, easy to get, and most importantly easy to conceal.  Walking around with a 3ft long AK-47 when you’re trying to duck the law isn’t exactly a great plan if you want to stay out of prison.

Holy Jerry is huge!  I bet he’s got a cool ironic nickname like “Little Doorkicker”.

Dom-Raso-NRA3:24 – So Dom’s friend would admittedly lock up regular citizens for stupid shit like high (standard) capacity mags if the laws changed?  *sigh* I suppose him and his family need to eat. I’m not a fan of that kind of thing though.  I wish law enforcement would band together and be like “UHHHH no.. these people are not the problem. You politicians can go get your hands dirty and arrest harmless people if you want, but we’re not doing it.”

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The shiesty reverend testifies:

Deadly!  Ban them all for the sake of the children!  Only the police should have guns!

jackie-chan-mind-blownIt’s so great that background checks will stop criminals from getting guns.  Hearing that always gives me hope, and warms my heart.

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