Reports and political hacks should also cry equally hard over why it's so simple for someone to have counsel and a swift jury trial, without a criminal record (beyond the current accusations that the charges represent).Reporter Cries About How Easy It Is For Someone With No Criminal Record To Buy A Gun
She’s being paid way too much if she is going to pay $759.99 then just go and give it away, maybe the PD will look at it as a gift to their SWAT team instead.Go to a licensed gun store. Fill out about a page and a half of forms. Wait (if that’s really the right word for it) for an instant background check, and then pay the man. I told the guy I was on a budget, so I got an AR-15 for $759.99. God bless America.
The dumbest thing is that after Helen makes her completely legal and above-board firearm purchase, she goes straight to the police department to turn it in. She complains that it takes so long for the police to take the weapon from her – probably because they’ve never seen an upstanding citizen with no criminal history and no reason for suspicion turn in a perfect good (and expensive) firearm that hasn’t been used to cause harm or carry out a crime. In fact, I wonder if some of the delay wasn’t because the officers at the station had to excuse themselves from the room to have a good laugh at her antics –
That's fantastic. Please keep us updated on her legal troubles.Her article was splashed on the front page of our local newspaper, the picture took up the entire front cover. Here is our local firearm attorneys with a response to her.
I agree, before exercising their 1st Amendment rights reporters should complete at least 25 hours of English comprehension training, submit to a comprehensive background check, a physiological evaluation and purchase a permit to write at the minimum cost of $1000 renewable every 5 years. They want that for then they should have the same requirements.We've come to the point of regulating & licensing almost every occupation & business endeavor, right down to kids' lemonade stands. Seems to me that requiring some study & understanding of The Constitution by members of the press wouldn't be a such a bad idea. Since so many sheeple use them as their only... "Source of Truth". :blink: