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Las Vegas shooting stuff

Apparently, ATF was not allowed to inspect the shooter’s weapons. This, according to Len Savage, is not good:

ATF did not disclose that they had not examined the firearms prior to promulgating the rule, firearms designer and Historic Arms, LLC President Len Savage notes. And now that the comment period is closed should they go forward with this rule under the Administrative Procedure Act that information can not be used in a court challenge because it was not submitted prior to closing of comments.

DOJ is manipulating the APA to make sure that information will NOT be used to shoot down the rule, Savage concludes. Does ATF prosecute its firearms cases like it promulgates rules, without ever looking at the evidence? ATF is currently attempting to criminalize an industry and a large swath of the population and NEVER looked at any evidence? They claim they were not allowed’? By whom?

7 Responses to “Las Vegas shooting stuff”

  1. Flight-ER-Doc Says:

    And Why the F did the ATF not get to examine the firearms?

  2. SPQR Says:

    There is a lot of suspicious crap going on.

  3. grendel Says:

    Of course they weren’t allowed to examine the belt fed weapon that the .gov spook used to murder those people for political gain.

  4. Remington 700 Shooter Says:

    Very strange situation.

  5. NotClauswitz Says:

    Curiouser and curiouser…

  6. Michael Says:

    Tell me again how Trump is pro-gun? So, his DoJ is propagating a rule it says it doesn’t have authority to, and now they’re lying about evidence that backs up this rule?

  7. The Neon Madman Says:

    That entire “investigation” stinks to high heaven.