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Democrat Controlled Virginia ‘Working’ On Confiscating Guns From Law Abiding

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3 hours ago, JackDaWack said:

Shit.. we could knock out all the water to Newark and JC from right here in Sussex county... 

When do we start? I want to get it on the calendar before I get all booked up with holiday stuff. 

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Not that I'm advocating for such actions..... 

 

Just a friendly reminder that liberals should consider where their resources come from before shitting on those places.. 

 

Wars have always been faught by attacking infrastructure and supply lines... 

Not sure who @AVB-AMGis kidding... most Liberals will die day 2 without their starbucks.

I had to listen to some dipshyt complain that she couldn't buy a star bucks coffee because they kept shutting the power off in California from wildfires.... 

Yes, that was her greatest concern.... no starbucks.

 

 

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Lets see how similar acts went in other states:

New Jersey:  banned mags over 10 rounds.  Number turned-in to NJ state police? --- Zero.

Connecticut:  Mandatory "assault weapon" registration --- achieves approximately 13% compliance.

New York:  Mandatory "assault weapon" registration under NY's SAFE act --- achieves approximately 4% compliance.

 

Internationally: 

New Zealand --- ban/buyback netted around 700 "assault weapons"

Australia --- collected less than 20% of the firearms banned in 1996.  Currently has more firearms in-country than they did in 1996.

 

 

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