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You can’t be pro-LGBTQ & against gun safety laws anymore
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Another week in the United States means another mass shooting, this time at the hands of an alleged anti-gay, anti-trans 21-year-old NPR says “evaded” Colorado’s red flag gun laws after reportedly threatening his mother with a bomb. His alleged crimes in Club Q in Colorado Springs were so clearly motivated by bigotry that state officials threw the book at him nearly immediately with murder and hate crimes charges.
|So be it then... anti-LGBTQRSTLNE it is, then.
I bought my first semiauto military-type rifle during the assault weapon ban of 1994-2004, legally, in compliance with all federal and state laws. It cost $400. I picked up a number of preban 30-round mags relatively cheaply too.
If you think that law saved any lives, you're insane. Of course, we already knew that. All it did was make my rifle's manufacturer remove the flash hider and bayonet mount prior to sale.
An outright ban will not happen. SCOTUS has been clear that this is unconstitutional, in a break with late 20th century jurisprudence and a return to the way things had always been from the founding of the country until then. And even if you did ban them, we would not turn them in.