So, while the government cannot legally create a list of gun owners specifically, a newspaper led by freedom hating liberals is doing it for them. The media has been the ally of Marxist tactics supported by the Democrat Party and Rino Republicans. Those who do not understand history find nothing wrong with gun registration, but those of us who do know it see the steps falling into place that would allow for eventual confiscation. Only law abiding citizens get CCW permits, and thus ultimately only the lawless will have guns.
It is against the law to gun down people you don’t like, but we have murder. It is against the law to sell cocaine outside of the medical field and yet we have drug dealers and providers to our children and families. It is against the law to go into a movie theater and shoot people, and they even put up signs saying “NO GUNS” and yet criminals don’t seem to care! Does this surprise you? The most dangerous cities to live in have the most restrictive gun laws, and yet the liberals seem to think we need this across America! I would love for every American to carry a gun. I would love for every teacher to be armed as they are in Israel. We don’t see them running around gunning each other down, but we do see lawless thugs doing it in America.
Newspaper conglomerate considers building massive database of gun owners
A U.S. newspaper conglomerate has considered building state-by-state databases of people who have the right to carry concealed firearms.
Civitas Media, which owns 88 newspapers in 12 states and more than 100 total publications, is planning to use public records requests to build their databases, according to an internal Civitas email obtained by the Buckeye Firearms Association in Ohio.
Civitas director of content Jim Lawitz emailed content directors, managers, and producers in a January 19 email, saying that exploring the “explosion” of conceal and carry permits in the U.S. will be one of the company’s short-term objectives.
“We are launching two enterprise projects across our newsrooms this month. The first will deal with the creeping influence of heroin in our communities. The deadly drug has quietly taken over, reaching across all age groups and eclipsing meth as the recreational drug of choice,” Lawitz began.
“The second project examines the explosion of ‘conceal and carry’ gun permits across the U.S. Through public records act requests, we will attempt to build state-by-state databases that list those who have the right to carry a concealed weapon,” Lawitz wrote in the email.
When reached for comment by Buckeye Firearms Association, Lawitz said the news conglomerate currently has no plans to publish the database.
“We do not typically publicly comment on internal propriety communication. However, we have no plans to publish any names on any lists. Further, we are open to discuss any published reports,” Lawitz said. SOURCE