Eating their own: When anti-gun activism and PC culture collide

According to Vigilant Holsters, an Ohio-based maker of Kydex, leather, and hybrid holsters, the Sanford, Florida, Police Department’s recent publication of a “gun buyback” event has been censored as a violation of Facebook’s “community standards.” The alleged violation? Describing “the purchase or sale of drugs, guns, or regulated products.”

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President Trump supports arming citizens

“Armed congregants quickly stopped a crazed church shooter in Texas. If it were not for the fact that there were people inside of the church that were both armed, and highly proficient in using their weapon, the end result would have been catastrophic. A big THANK YOU to them!”

President Donald J. Trump via Twitter
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21 state attorneys general ask the Supreme Court to void a Maryland gun law

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, a Republican, and the other state officials filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the Supreme Court on Dec. 18 in a case cited as Malpasso v. Pallozzi. Morrisey and the others want to expand the scope of protection afforded to gun-ownership rights after the high court ruled in District of Columbia v. Heller (2010), that the right to possess a firearm is an individual right, and in McDonald v. Chicago (2012), that the right of an individual to “keep and bear arms” applies to the states.

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