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Democrat Nebraska Senator: “owning guns is for slave owners and women haters”

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Yet another fine politician who is intelligent, well spoken and level headed who is endorsed by Moms Demand Action who thinks paying fees makes people safer🤪.

Oh, and the Senator is obviously not paying attention to the shifting demographics of gun ownership. Are black women “slave owners“ and “misogynists”?

In recent years, story after story has furthered the narrative that Black women are the fastest-growing group of gun owners in the country. While there are some surveys and recent academic research to support this assertion, conclusive evidence remains elusive. Yet the narrative rings true to many Black gun owners, including many of the more than a dozen interviewed for this story. It’s also supported by the gender breakdown of the more than 40,000 members of the National African American Gun Association, a majority of whom are female.

WASHINGTON — A report produced by the Firearm Industry Trade Association noted a nearly 60% increase in firearm sales among Black women and men in 2020. And when you consider all buyers, the organization said more than 8.4 million people purchased a firearm for the first time last year.
“We had been seeing the market shift over time,” Mark Oliva, Director of Public Affairs for the Firearm Industry Trade Association, said. “It was looking less like me (a white man) and more like the rest of America. We’re seeing more African Americans, more Hispanics, more Asian Americans, and we’re seeing more women buy guns.”

No wonder the leader of the organization that endorsed the Senator is mad. Non-white males (minorities and women) are starting to ditch support for gun control.

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Larry Spencer
Larry Spencer
19 de mar. de 2022

"Owning a gun isn't a God-given right."

Resistance to sudden violence, for the preservation not only of my person, my limbs, and life, but of my property, is an indisputable right of nature which I have never surrendered to the public by the compact of society, and which perhaps, I could not surrender if I would.


Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.


Any single man must judge for himself whether circumstances warrant obedience or resistance to the commands of the civil magistrate... This political judgment, moreover, is not simply or primarily a right, but like self-preservation, a…

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