The Government Accountability Office investors attempted to buy guns illegally on Internet forums 72 times. None of their attempts succeeded. Why was this not given a fair airing on the major media networks?
Hmmm…. Well… It was published here:Most illegal attempts to buy guns online failDem-ordered study to expose illegal online gun sales backfireshttp://www.wnd.com/2018/01/dems-...What Happened When Undercover Agents Tried to Illegally Purchase Guns Online - GunsAmerica Digest….But, you should know that there are some serious problems with this news. And, they are very obvious:It doesn’t fit the Gun Grabber narrative. It’s just like the (non-existent) “Gun Show Loophole”. There’s no there there! So, because there’s no there there, it’s ignored.It’s reported by the GAO (required by law) & a crowd of Right-Wingnut Newspapers & Websites that have no credibility with the Gun Grabbing crowd. So, it’s obviously suspect!All of those 2nd Amendment (the Horror!) Gun advocate Websites picked it up. “Oh! Thank goodness” (the Gun Grabbers say), “nobody actually reads that trash! We can safely ignore them, too.”And, the old time main-stream media? Well, they’re still screaming, crying, shouting, marching with protestors, and covering how the Russians & T stole the election from H. (In the interim, H wrote a really great book that blamed everyone else but her for the loss.) … Now, that’s BIG NEWS!So, that’s why!//ADDED: I forgot to mention the fact that this is the same government crowd that initiated “Fast & Furious!”
Are there any ex social justice warriors? What made you change? What was your tipping point?
When I left for university, I was definitely an SJW (although I had never heard that pejorative). I was the kind of scarf-wearing douchebag who preached about socialism while mommy and daddy shelled out $100K for my theatre degree.There wasn’t really one moment where I realized what SJWs were and why I didn’t want to be one of them, but here’s an incident that stands out.In one third-year class, a well-meaning theatre professor had each of us write something we were afraid to say aloud on small slips of paper and deposit them in a box, whereupon she read our confessions to the group.What I was afraid to admit I don't recall, but several others chose to share (anonymously) that they were feminists, and that they were scared to say it out loud.We were at just about the most liberal university you could imagine. Our curriculum was steeped in feminist theory. Most of our professors were open feminists. We went to class in buildings with transgender washrooms ten years before that was even a conversation. I can imagine no safer place to espouse any progressive viewpoint.Far more unacceptable was questioning them - which I had occasionally taken to doing, sometimes out of conviction, sometimes merely to disrupt the nauseating group-think. And yet, apparently, some of my feminist classmates felt the same weight of persecution in 2010 as their foremothers in 1910.To me, this minor example offered a major insight into the psychology of what we today call SJWs: reality doesn’t matter to them. It doesn’t matter how safe you make the space, how open you are. Even when they’re in the majority, as they are in academia, they act like a persecuted minority. However much you concede to them, their level of outrage remains the same.I think by then I had already realized I couldn’t stand these people; that they were actually anathema to real change; that, worst of all, maybe they secretly didn’t want real change, because then what would they have to be pissy about?