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An Attack On Gun-Rights Leaders Is Underway – Spread The Word!


An Attack On Gun-Rights Leaders Is Underway – Spread The Word!


Virginia – -(Ammoland.com)- Last weekend, while doing what seemed to be a regular interview, I discovered that a movie is being made with the intent to discredit gun-rights leaders across the country.

No, this is not a joke, it is real and we need to get the word out to other gun-rights organizations, gun-rights leaders, and prominent firearms trainers across the country and we need to do this FAST.

Back in 2014, alleged Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein said he was going to make a movie “that would make the NRA wish they weren’t alive.” (All gun organizations are the NRA in his mind.) And he was dead serious. Michael Moore has been attempting to discredit gun owners and leaders for years by tricking people and using creative editing techniques to make them look foolish or idiotic.

Who’s behind this effort isn’t clear, but they are EXTREMELY WELL FUNDED PROFESSIONALS. For example, to reel me in and to try to make me feel beholden to them, they laid out the red carpet, by providing luxury accommodations, limousine service, and providing a generous monetary allowance to cover meals and other expenses for two days.

They use psychological manipulation, as well as lies and tricks to put their victim into comedic situations that subject them to public shame, embarrassment, and ridicule. I believe the intent is to destroy reputations and even lives.

Go to the link and continue reading, it is long but very informative .


  • PM, did you hear about the tolerant left screaming for Dana Loesch to be burned Salem Witch trials style?
  • Don’t worry about that, worry about Trump saying get rid of due process and add restrictions to firearms...

    They don’t need help discrediting themselves when they don’t distance themselves from crap like that.

  • Admin wrote: »
    Don’t worry about that, worry about Trump saying get rid of due process and add restrictions to firearms...

    I agree not liking the sound of that.
  • He remarked before on Nobama's executive order crapand he'll end up doing the same thing.
  • Trump won't win next election if he does, he just put in his bid too.
  • He will get re-elected unless he does significantly more than he’s already saying. His base is like Obama’s base, neither can do wrong in their eyes. It’s “compromise” to “prove” the other side is unwilling to cooperate and compromise. Even when it goes against their alleged core values it will be excused because “we will get it back later.”
  • I’ve already seen the excuses made for Trump on this. His base is already making more excuses than a Thai whore fakes orgasm when 7th Fleet hits port.
  • My opinion on him will be what he does on this. All the rhetoric he spewed during the campaign would be out the window. This is one of those things you don't come back from.
  • She love you long time for $10.00 .... :*

  • Too bucoo
  • Several of us wondered when the other shoe would drop, and we all had a good idea of what would cause it.

    Looks like we were right. One mass casualty event that was mostly “children” and the 2A was out the window. Trump even had Feinstein cackling and looking like Gollum when he told her to put her ban in the upcoming bill.

    This won’t fix the problem. I can think of 5 cities and two states that prove it’s not the gun laws that will keep us safe.
  • I don't think the NRA will be able to get a sunset clause put in the next awb either.
  • Sunset or not, it’s BS. They don’t have a spine right now anyway, and keep changing things to keep good people running for the BOD off.
  • That's very true...
  • You know it's bad when not even Fox News is agreeing with thier orange messiah.
  • I was saying this during the primary...hate to say it, but when I heard him say it was cool to take people's guns on the no fly list....I knew he was a grabber
  • Pussy grabber?
  • You can now drag and drop images here to add them to your post! They will appear wherever your caret is.
    JWF wrote: »
    Pussy grabber?

    looks like fienstien grabbed his pussy
  • How so? I didn't hear anything on her lately really.
  • Does anyone know exactly what states have passed that bill where the States claim they will ignore federal gun laws if they're unconstitutional?
  • They were all made Wednesday afternoon.
  • So Trump wants the government to be able to take peoples guns without due process? He dosn't sound much better then Hilary ,he just uses a different rhetoric.
  • You can now drag and drop images here to add them to your post! They will appear wherever your caret is.
    JWF wrote: »
    So Trump wants the government to be able to take peoples guns without due process? He dosn't sound much better then Hilary ,he just uses a different rhetoric.

    hmmm...wasn't someone saying that he was a gun grabber way back when?????
  • Yea this cross dresser named BCT...you wouldn't know him, he's from the old forum :D
  • At least I have a smart county sheriff

    February Sheriff Column

    Following every mass killing, I ask myself, what has happened to our society? I also wonder what the solution is to ensure our families do not become future victims.

    Many have pointed out that years ago, people would go to school and have hunting rifles in their vehicles. Yet, mass violence in schools and other locations did not happen as in society today. It makes me think that there must be a root cause that we are not addressing that has led to this change.

    So what has changed and more importantly how do we fix it? Media reports of school walk-outs and gun control discussions are becoming more prevalent than ever, all in an effort to find a quick and easy solution. I think it is safe to say that there is no quick and easy solution.

    I think perhaps we are not evaluating the true root cause which is obviously very complex. We must make efforts to change our society as a whole. It’s my belief that the root cause starts with our youth lacking basic skills including respect for authority figures like parents and teachers, the ability to cope with conflict and the ability to handle rejection. Further issues like mental health and alcohol/drug use also play a role, but column length restrictions limit my ability to cover all aspects of the root cause today.

    I believe it is imperative that we raise our children in a manner that instills respect for authority. While we all love our children, we need to get back to a society of parents who expect a level of respect toward both them and others in authority, including teachers. Discipline needs to be reintegrated into our society. Parents, don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t or shouldn’t reasonably discipline your child in a non-abusive manner. Teachers need to have the support of parents when they make disciplinary decisions and parents need to resist the urge of running to the defense of their children when a teacher feels the need to discipline. It undermines their authority and will likely be treated as an example for actions toward others in authority in the future.

    What about inability to cope or handle rejection? For years we have watched as competition has been replaced by participation awards that are given to make children feel good. While no one wants their child to ever be disappointed or upset, when they are young, they need to face conflict and disappointment and learn to resolve it appropriately under the guidance of adults. It is part of developing their personality and dealing with conflict in the future. When youth are not taught how to handle difficult situations, they must find their own way to cope, which without guidance may be result in unhealthy or even dangerous future behavior. I am no expert and am merely giving an opinion of what I have seen in my own experience, but I feel that my opinions have merit as I have witnessed people dealing with difficult situations at the worst times of their lives.

    My point in writing this is not to place blame but rather to start conversations on what truly is the root cause of violence in society. Many have strong opinions about gun control but realistically gun control will do nothing more than place a very small band aid on a much bigger problem. It is imperative that we have serious discussions on what we can do to change the norms of our society and positively impact the decisions our youth make. It’s time to refocus our energy to affect long lasting change so that we can keep Dodge County a safe and enjoyable place to live, work and visit.

    Sheriff Dale J. Schmidt
  • I will trade you all the local PD and sheriffs here in Oregon for that guy and David Clarke.
  • That was spot on.
  • David Clarke is in Washington now. DAC Enterprises seems like its going to be a conservative lobbyist. Based in Maryland working with con think tanks and speaking at Things like CPAC.
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