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Cognitive dissonance

Helmke has a case of it. He notes that the school killer mentioned here a bit back applied for a carry permit and was rejected. Well, that’s how it’s supposed to work. But Helmke continues:

Not too long ago, the National Rifle Association claimed that criminals never subjected themselves to legal means of getting firearms, and that no amount of criminal background checks would make a difference anyway.

So, do you think the lack of a permit to carry will completely prevent this guy from carrying? Or any other criminal for that matter?

2 Responses to “Cognitive dissonance”

  1. ParatrooperJJ Says:

    Keep in mind he could maybe get one by appealing the decision or by getting one in a different state. I don’t think he has lost his firearm rights at least federally.

  2. Rabbit Says:

    Bear also in mind that the little miscreant had changed his name in the legal system and had attempted to disassociate himself from his past over the past few years. Good research discovered who he *really* was and the system worked as designed and intended. He had attempted to create a new identity for himself to circumvent the system.

    Sometimes you don’t get do-overs for a good reason.


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