Friday, July 27, 2018

Ottawa floats handgun ban.

Well now, that didn't take long, did it?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will decide in mid-August whether to pursue a ban on handguns as part of a new legislative agenda he would outline in a fall Throne Speech, a senior official says.
Mr. Trudeau has asked a team of advisers to examine the pros and cons of proroguing Parliament and starting over with a fresh policies and priorities for the period leading to the election in October, 2019. The official said the Prime Minister wants them to report in time for the Liberal cabinet retreat on Aug. 22 in Nanaimo, B.C.

Y'all wanted to know why the government is so determined to make us think this shooting isn't terrorism? This is why. This is what they want. They want a blanket pistol ban. Then they want a blanket semi-auto ban after the next shooting. Then they'll want a blanket, all encompassing gun ban the shooting after that.

That's the plan.

Of course, after that comes the knife ban, which I wish I was joking about, but I'm not. They really will go there. Britain is, right now.

The Phantom

Update: Oh, and while Toronto is still wondering what the hell happened on Sunday night, Justin Trudeau has been paddle-boarding all week in BC. Nice!



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