Here at the Radical Agenda, we’ve developed a profound appreciation for the tools of martial conflict. Those of you who have been watching for awhile, will recall my sorry excuse for a studio in Keene, New Hampshire littered with firearms and ammunition, while more recent audience members only got to see me show off the small arsenal I put on display for Vice News.
Becoming a legal gun owner was one of my primary reasons for moving to New Hampshire. Back in New York, I had been convicted of a misdemeanor weapons charge for having a stun gun at age 19, which eternally forbade me from purchasing firearms in the Empire State.
Once I got to New Hampshire I picked up the now infamous revolver, which many of you saw me draw on some punks in Keene early one morning. That night I realized that I had four assailants and five bullets in a snubnose, and though I like to think myself a pretty good shot, I needed greater capacity.
In New Hampshire anybody with a carry permit can buy a gun without going through another background check in the course of a private sale. So I made a regular habit of visiting ArmsList.com each morning and seeing what investments in the future of my country looked appealing. I dreaded a Clinton presidency, and spent way too much on guns leading up to the 2016 election.
Once Donald Trump got elected, I figured I had a few years to ease up on the gun concerns. He received a ringing endorsement from the NRA, and talked a very good game on the campaign trail about preserving our right to preserve ourselves. But then, he talked a very good game on immigration too, and we all see how that’s working out.
I never had any particular interest in bump stocks. From what I understood, they were little more than novelty items which helped shooters spend more on ammunition, and I had just spent a year stockpiling this precious commodity. My AR-15 fires plenty fast for my taste without another moving part diminishing my accuracy. Why blow a hundred bucks on such a toy when I could put that money toward another weapon, or pile of ammo?
I was in jail when 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, fired more than 1,100 rounds into a concert from his hotel window in Las Vegas, leaving 58 people dead and 851 injured. This was not the most ringing endorsement of the bump stock, in my opinion. He had plenty of time and a tightly packed set of targets, so I was certain I could beat his high score with fairly standard equipment.
I did however get concerned when the NRA went full doormat on the bumpstock issue though. I was half tempted to have Jared order me a few of them, just in case. But luckily Harvey Weinstein’s perversions took over the news cycle shortly thereafter, and people forgot all about bumpstocks as their attentions drifted towards sex.
Now that this Jew, Nikolas Cruz shot up his school without a bump stock, Trump wants to ban them.
Again, I’m not going to miss these things folks, but what the hell is the President doing? Does he think banning bumpstocks is going to placate Democrats? Does he think it is going to make Joy Reid reconsider the race war? It is senseless cuckoldry. It buys him nothing. It is ceding ground to the enemy, at a time when we are in desperate need of lebensraum.
As far as I’m concerned, when he was bragging about slashing regulations, he should have had the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms say “Sorry for the F” and leave us in peace with our weapons. On the campaign trail he talked about a nationwide carry permit, but I say the litmus test for the Supreme Court should be saying that requiring a permit to carry is unconstitutional.
Don’t forget what you said about Second Amendment People, Mr. President. We pay attention to this stuff in more than a partisan manner. You would not want us to lose faith in the political system, because as you said “that will be a horrible day.”
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Song played during intro “Crackerz – White With Guns” by RWDS Entertainment. Parody of Gorillaz – Kids With Guns.