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Sphincters & NJ Gun Law Both STINK! James OUT-OF-ORDER Kaleda Interviews CNJFO's Rosey

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James Kaleda.  Yes, the same James Kaleda that was thrown-out of an Assembly Law & Public Safety Hearing for being OUT OF ORDER, interviews yours truly on a myriad of subjects.

by Black Wire Media Tuesday June 12, 2018

Comparing NJ gun law to a sphincter: "in some ways NJ is the sphincter of the United States when it comes to gun law. If it STINKS (gun law) it either started in NJ or NJ LOVES it!". Yes folks that's our "Rosey" being himself. How CNJFO was formed to indoctrination of our youth & the Lacey Twp. HS kids that went to a range on their own time and suffered suspension for it (that he broke that went national), our Dave Rosenthal chats with James Kaleda on a myriad of subjects. A first-hand witness to over 40 years of INCREMENTALISM being used against NJ gun owners, Rosenthal admits to a STRAW PURCHASE & so much more! 

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