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The state of gun control

Sebastian isn’t that hopeful. I would also offer that the trend away from actual grassroots websites with SEO driven firearms content and social media is a factor. And with social media, they increasingly can manipulate the message.

4 Responses to “The state of gun control”

  1. Sebastian Says:

    I would agree. And it’s not really that I think things are hopeless. But we have a lot of challenges we wouldn’t be facing if the Gun Control movement had to raise money.

  2. Sebastian Says:

    I also don’t rule out funny business on the part of Google in regards to search results.

  3. Fred Says:

    I agree. Things were rolling along until the string of mass shootings from late 2017 into 2018. Then the media focused on the “grassroots” “march for our lives” crowd and fawned over them for weeks. Public schools pushed students to walk out. In the 2018 midterms, I have never seen so many politicians openly advocate for gun control, rather than “i support the second amendment, but…” type platforms.

    Flordia passing gun control? Who would have thought of that a few years ago?

    Stay vigilant. And stay vocal with your elected officials.

  4. Ravenwood Says:

    Politics is local. I’m afraid the Virginia legislature is about to turn Democrat and pass a bunch of gun control laws. It all depends on what bills get out of committee and right now the Republicans control the committees by razor thin margins.

    Currently good gun bills narrowly pass and always get vetoed because we have a racist democrat governor. But the GOP is only 1-2 seats away from losing control of the committees after which all the gun control bills will narrowly pass and get gleefully signed into law by Governor Blackface.

    It all comes down to the elections this November.