While researching money given to certain anti-American terrorist politicians and groups, I see an interesting list that begs the question…….
Just HOW does a Federal Government agency and it’s employees, paid by the American Taxpayers, donate money to these politicians? Here’s a list of some of obama’s major donors in the 2012 “election”. I would very much like to know how some of these federal agencies and their taxpayer-funded grunts are getting away with this. Or, rather, I’d very much like to know why the American Taxpayers are ALLOWING them to get away with it.
There is something very wrong with a system that allows this.
|University of California||$1,212,245|
|US Dept of State||$417,629|
|Sidley Austin LLP||$400,883|
|Walt Disney Corp||$369,598|
|University of Chicago||$357,185|
|University of Michigan||$339,806|
|US Dept of Justice||$334,659|
|US Dept of Health & Human Services||$309,956|
Serbu Firearms, a manufacturer of bolt-action and semi-automatic .50 caliber sniper rifles, is refusing to sell their wares to the NYPD. Their reason, of course, is that owing to unfair gun laws, they will not support law enforcement in New York.
Serbu is one of almost 150 companies that has officially refused to sell to law enforcement in New York following the passage of the SAFE Act, the controversial gun control package that has been met with scorn by gun owners across the nation.
The company posted the NYPD’s inquiry as well as their refusal to their Facebook page, with names omitted.
Company founder Mark Serbu said, “Unfortunately, we have a policy of selling to state law enforcement agencies only what is allowed to be sold to private citizens in that state. Since the passage of the NY SAFE act, the BFG-50A is considered an assault weapon and as such is no longer available to private citizens in the state of New York. Therefore we have to respectfully decline to supply your department with BFG-50A rifles.”
He also said he felt bad about not being able to outfit the officers, because although he would like to get his guns into “as many police departments as possible,” his decision is a matter of principle.
“Because of a stupid law the venerable NYPD won’t have the best tools for the job.”
What’s interesting about this is that while Serbu makes a fine firearm and impressive .50 BMG rifles, they’re not a first-tier company in the sniper rifle world and are perhaps best known for their compact Super-Shorty shotguns.
Two of the biggest names in sniper rifles, Barrett and ArmaLite, have already stated that they will not sell to the police departments of New York. If the NYPD is calling Serbu, we have to wonder how many other companies have told them to keep walking.
Serbu is the 137th company to halt sales to New York law enforcement according to the unofficial official New York Boycott list, which is now up to 142 companies (at the time of writing) and likely to keep growing.
The New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, an NRA affiliate, along with the Westchester County Firearms Owners Association, Sportsmen’s Association for Firearms Education, Blueline Tactical Police Supply and several other plaintiffs have filed suit against the state of New York and the SAFE Act.
If you want to let them know what you think yea or nay, of just “like” them, head over to the Serbu Firearms Facebook page.
READ MORE ABOUT THE “FIREARMS EQUALITY MOVEMENT” HERE
TWG: BOYCOTT those idiots in EACH AND EVERY State that’s infringing on our unalienable rights. Come to Montana, where the hunting and fishing is abundant, and law abiding gun owners are not treated like mass-murdering criminals!
- March 21, 2013
- By: Anthony Martin
The pressure is building on Colorado in the wake of its new laws that infringe on the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Gun owners across the country now say that they will hit the state in the pocket book, punishing Colorado economically for essentially kicking gun owners in the teeth.
Magpul, a magazine manufacturing company located in Colorado, has already announced it will be leaving the state, taking hundreds of jobs with it, and creating a hole in Colorado’s economy to the tune of $85 million this year alone.
But this action is far from the worst of what Colorado faces as a consequence of its new law that bans magazines and guns that carry over 15 rounds, eight rounds if it is a shotgun, and mandates background checks on private, citizen-to-citizen gun sales and transfers. Gun owners plan to avoid the state as a regular destination for hunting, fishing, and other recreational use of firearms — one of the major sources of revenue for the state government.
Outraged by what they view as a direct attack on their rights as citizens, the gun owners who regularly visit Colorado wish to send a clear message to the state legislature — you can’t expect us to continue allowing Colorado to benefit from the revenue generated by our sporting activity if the state is going to treat gun owners as criminals….
“Yes, we must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.” ~BenjaminFranklin, 1776
Firearms Equality Movement
What is the police loophole?
There are some states, counties, cities, and municipalities in our great nation that fail to allow their citizens to fully exercise their right to keep and bear arms with restrictions such as magazine capacity or types of firearms. However, these government entities do not place these restrictions upon their own employees, such as police officers.
What is this list?
This is a list of companies that have taken the step to publicly announce that they will not sell items to states, counties, cities, and municipalities that restrict their citizens rights to own them; therefore closing the “police loophole” themselves. It is important to note that we are against gun control; we are not against any particular government agency or individuals.
View The Up-To-Date List Here: http://www.thepoliceloophole.com/
TWG: These firearms companies need to move to MONTANA. We LOVE them here.
By Aaron C. Davis, Published: February 23
Gun-grabbers grabbing Beretta jobs: ‘Why expand in place where people who built the gun couldn’t buy it?’
Maryland gun-grabbers are now grabbing jobs away from workers in their state. Forward!
You see, gun manufacturer Beretta has just about had it. How can a company function where it is being legislated and regulated out of business? As Sen. Feinstein (D-Calif.) said, the goal is to “dry up the supply.” As Twitchy reported last week, Magpul Industries is leading the charge in Colorado. They, too, may move out of a state due to gun-grabbing legislation.
Is Maryland next?
Perhaps not for long.
More from The Washington Post:
“Why expand in a place where the people who built the gun couldn’t buy it?” said Jeffrey Reh, general counsel for Beretta.
Concern that the company will leave, and take its 300 jobs with it, is palpable among state lawmakers who worry it could be collateral damage from Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposed gun-control bill.
“I’m concerned. I think they’re going to move,” said Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert). “They sell guns across the world and in every state in the union — to places a lot more friendly to the company than this state.”
They aren’t bluffing, and he knows it. Beretta already moved its warehouse to Virginia, after an onslaught of new gun-grabbing laws in Maryland in the 1990s.
And, like with Magpul, freedom-loving citizens in other states welcome Beretta.
And Texas! Get Senator Cruz (R-Texas) on this one, too!
Will he? Stay tuned! In the meantime, gun rights advocates, like this Twitter user, are standing strong with Beretta.
Here’s what appears to be an ongoing, up-to-date listing of the companies that have taken a stand against anti-Bill of Rights Government. You may also want to double check the “BOYCOTT” category here at TWG.