NRA & All Its Members Declared ‘Domestic Terrorists by San Francisco Board

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San Francisco – -(AmmoLand.com)- By unanimous vote, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has adopted a resolution declaring the embattled National Rifle Association a “domestic terrorist organization,” and is urging the city and county of San Francisco to “encourage all other jurisdictions, including other cities, states, and the federal government, to adopt similar positions.”

Yes, they are talking about you and the other five million law-abiding NRA members of America.

The resolution, authored by Supervisor Catherine Stefani, alleges that the NRA “spreads propaganda that misinforms and aims to deceive the public about the dangers of gun violence.” The five-million-member association, which has been in turmoil over the past several months, has a leadership that, according to the resolution, “promotes extremist positions, in defiance of the views of a majority of its membership and the public” while undermining the “general welfare.”

NRA provided Ammoland News with a rebuttal statement from spokesperson Amy Hunter.

“This is just another worthless and disgusting ‘soundbite remedy’ to the violence epidemic gripping our nation. The same kind of attack the NRA has confronted in New York,” the statement says.

“This is a reckless assault on a law-abiding organization, its members, and the freedoms they all stand for. We remain undeterred – guided by our values and belief in those who want to find real solutions to gun violence.”

The San Francisco vote comes as Congressional anti-gunners are ramping up their campaign to pass more gun control laws, capitalizing on public reaction to recent high-profile mass shootings in Texas, Ohio and California.

In the most recent of these incidents, authorities have determined that the West Texas gunman who killed seven people in Odessa acquired his semi-automatic rifle through a private sale, according to CNN. This will undoubtedly become a talking point for proponents of so-called “universal background checks” and those hoping to ban semi-auto rifles.

The gunman was fatally shot by police after leading them on a wild chase that began when he opened fire on law enforcement officers who stopped him on an apparent traffic infraction. That man, identified as 36-year-old Seth Ator, had been fired from his job earlier in the day.

San Francisco has attempted twice to ban certain firearms within its borders, but both times the city was defeated in court by legal actions involving the Second Amendment Foundation, which was joined in one lawsuit by the NRA.

The 2½-page resolution suggests that the NRA is also enabling hate groups. The full text may be read here.

San Francisco : Declaring the National Rifle Association and all it's members as a Domestic Terrorist Org

“All countries have violent and hateful people, but only in America do we give them ready access to assault weapons and large-capacity magazines thanks, in large part, to the National Rifle Association’s influence,” the document claims.

In an interview with KTVU News, Stefani said “The NRA has it coming to them, and I will do everything that I possibly can to call them out on what they are, which is a domestic terrorist organization.”

Stefani reportedly wrote the resolution in the aftermath of the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting by an individual who violated existing gun laws. Authorities determined that the Gilroy gunman legally purchased his firearm in Nevada, where he had been living, but brought it illegally into California, where such rifles are banned. He entered the Garlic Festival grounds by apparently cutting through a fence to avoid security at the gate. Police who were present at the festival shot him several times before he took his own life.

KTVU reported that NRA’s Hunter also provided this statement:

“This ludicrous stunt by the Board of Supervisors is an effort to distract from the real problems facing San Francisco, such as rampant homelessness, drug abuse and skyrocketing petty crime, to name a few…The NRA will continue working to protect the constitutional rights of all freedom-living Americans.”

Perhaps one of those problems San Francisco faces is news reports that just can’t get away from blaming guns instead of people, as in this KTVU news report about the man involved in the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle on the famous Pier 14 while she was walking with her father. Jose Ines Garcia-Zarate still faces prosecution in relation to the case, but here’s what the news agency reported:

“An undocumented Mexican immigrant who held the gun that killed a San Francisco woman on a city pier four years ago still faces two federal gun charges, even though a California appeals court has overturned his state gun possession conviction.”

In San Francisco, it is apparently always the gun’s fault, invariably shared by an organization and all of it's members defending the right to own guns.


About Dave Workman

Dave Workman

Dave Workman is a senior editor at TheGunMag.com and Liberty Park Press, author of multiple books on the Right to Keep & Bear Arms and formerly an NRA-certified firearms instructor.

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Littlejohn1411
Littlejohn1411
11 months ago

I don’t know about you guys but I’m going to throw something in from there useless book of commie scum. I’m buthurt “a word I’m sure they are familiar with”over the allegations brought forth by the city of San Francisco and I believe we should sue them for defamation of character… I said buthurt

Oldmarine
Oldmarine
11 months ago
Reply to  Littlejohn1411

I think that WE THE CITIZENS should declare the San Francisco Board as TRAITORS to the Constitution because they all Violated the first sentence of their “Oath Of Office” which is Both a State and Federal Felony.

Country Boy
Country Boy
11 months ago

the 2nd Civil War has been going on for over 3 yrs now…although we’re just in “the political stage” of it, as of now. look back to 1854 and the events leading to the 1st civil war in 1861.

Strangely it seems the repubs are the “rebels” this time, and the dems are ‘the Union”, so to speak.

if fighting breaks out, it’s going to be particularly bloodier this time I predict.

Mark 2nd
Mark 2nd
11 months ago

I’ll probably get more flak for this, but… I still believe we’re beyond any political solution to the communist cancer metastasizing in our nation. I don’t believe voting is going to help as you can’t trust Republicans either. This country is clearly going down the fascist/communist rat hole. I believe we either have to fight an actual war or resign ourselves to be subjects (slaves) to communism. We are at the point of the colonies right before the revolutionary war, Germany right before the Nazi takeover. I may be wrong and I hope I am, but at this point I… Read more »

james
james
11 months ago

Time for all NRA members to start a CLASS ACTION against the city and all the members on the Board to hold them fully responsible for tarnishing the reputation of the NRA and the membership.

buzzsaw
buzzsaw
11 months ago
Reply to  james

I think the term for this is “libel.”

The alleged NRA management shenanigans aside, I would put the violent crime rate of NRA members up against any comparably-sized group.

John Dow
John Dow
11 months ago

It’s hard to take seriously anything from a city that lets poop and needles pile up on its streets.

a.x. perez
a.x. perez
11 months ago

So according to the City of San Francisco I’m a freedom fighter.

Firewagon
Firewagon
11 months ago

I vote that Californication be classified a “Terrorist State,” and nobody allowed to enter or leave it! The crazies there have brought back ‘medieval’ diseases, typhoid, the black plague, etc. ad nauseam – any people there are subject to infection and spreading it nation wide – SHUT “that border” down, NOW!

Happyjack
Happyjack
11 months ago

The San Francisco communists got this bass-ackwards, as usual. To my knowledge, no NRA member has ever been responsible for a mass shooting. Mass shooters are invariably demorats. It is time to outlaw demorats…not guns!

Reloader7
Reloader7
11 months ago

If you were to replace “The National Rifle Association” with “The Democratic Party” then the San Francisco resolution would be 100% true and correct. There is a reason it is called “The Left Coast”.

American Patriot
American Patriot
11 months ago

Come on…Does any sane American take anything that Mexifornia says as anything other then complete Anti American propaganda?

V12Guy
V12Guy
11 months ago

Left CA 15yrs ago. It seems as if they try to justify my decision every chance they get. Weather was great. They can keep their politics over there.

uncle dudley
uncle dudley
11 months ago

This is closer than some may think, remember Diane (take your guns) Feinstein was a member of this board and is connected to it’s members, plus this is in Nancy Pelosi’s neighborhood.

TexDad
TexDad
11 months ago

Ever notice how the left tends to resort to name calling when they don’t get their way?

KDad
KDad
11 months ago

Only in Calizuela !

DCW
DCW
11 months ago

I find it hilarious that a city covered in human excrement and drug needles, with severe homelessness problems, and a group like antifa running rampant, has the nerve to talk down to anyone.

Beowulf
Beowulf
11 months ago

Defecating and shooting up in the public ok. Also diseases like typhus spreading throughout the city. Sounds like the city council are the terrorist.

a.x. perez
a.x. perez
11 months ago
Reply to  Beowulf

Rat’s are intelligent. They are currently avoiding Frisco.

Gdubb
Gdubb
11 months ago

There was once a time in America where we would prosecute and hang communists. We knew then that they were attempting to destroy America.

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
11 months ago
Reply to  Gdubb

We need to return to that!

Gdubb
Gdubb
11 months ago

Another great write up Dave. It’s funny how such moronic libtarded organizations such as this particular group of morons in SF refuse to label violent, fascistic groups such as antifa as “domestic terrorists” – yet fight to criminalize and continue to slander law-abiding and citizen rights-protecting groups like NRA. Then they go on and fight to protect the non-existent rights of other law-breaking groups, such as illegal aliens. These people are a very special kind of stupid, and should have no clout in America. These people provide a great deal of material to the world, making a laughing stock out… Read more »

UncleT
UncleT
11 months ago

Do you think the NRA will still keep compromising with these evil people?

I do. I think their leadership is so bad they think they can surrender more rights to appease them to be liked better. It’s myopic and absurd to even think that.

MajorMike
MajorMike
11 months ago

The NRA’s response……(crickets)……

Justista
Justista
11 months ago
Reply to  MajorMike

I’ll respond for them. The S.F. board of supervisors should replace the phrase NRA with U.S. constitution in their resolution. All the NRA is doing is to try to keep American’s rights from being violated.
I am still a proud NRA member

MajorMike
MajorMike
11 months ago
Reply to  Justista

Justista,

I don’t share your youthful optimism with the NRA. Waiting for the NRA to stand up and protect our second amendment rights is like waiting for Captain Smith to suddenly prevent the Titanic from sinking.

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
11 months ago
Reply to  Justista

Riiiight… Let’s look at the NRA’s track record, shall we?
1934: National Firearms Act. NRA Approved.
1968: Gun Control Act. NRA Approved.
1986: Hughes Amendment. NRA Approved.
1994: Assault Weapon Ban. NRA Approved.
2018: Bump Stock Ban. NRA Approved.

With “friends” like the NRA, who needs enemies??

option31
option31
11 months ago

These are the same tactics used by all authoritarian regimes. We need to recognize,understand and point this out.Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao used this type of thing to disparage groups they did not like or hoped to put down. We need to tie these modern day authoritarians to those authoritarians. Not to do so is a disservice to the people of the United States.

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago
Reply to  option31

Been doing that for years.

Jim
Jim
11 months ago

These are militant liberals the same as those currently in power in DC, some states and those wanting in power. Dumb ass Democrat Party gun owners had better start to wake up about their “beloved Democrat Party.” This is no game when you consider all the other stuff these admitted socialists and communists want to do! Vote the bastards out!

KenW
KenW
11 months ago

Well one thing that is painfully obvious is that San Francisco is literally full of __it!

Read Michelle Malkin’s Wednesday’s op-ed relative to Revelator’s post.

24and7
24and7
11 months ago

I am still waiting on a class action lawsuit to be filed by the NRA against the Municipality of San Francisco..it is NOT FREE SPEECH to declare normal people terrorist..they cant even back up their claims with one fact! CALL THE NRA ILA and demand a defamation of character or libel class action suit..if San Francisco can get away with this kind of Injustice, it will happen in every liberal City in America.. that will cause vigilantes to take so-called Justice into their own hands.. just like they do against MAGA hats and shirts.. the municipality May settle quickly and… Read more »

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  24and7

@31, While I admire your enthusiasm, that is not how class actions work. NRA can file on behalf of itself. That would be a class of one.
The members could all contact a Ca. lawyer and files for themselves. That would be up to five million tort claims. Then those five million cases could be consolidated.

24and7
24and7
11 months ago
Reply to  24and7

I called the NRA ILA and suggested the lawsuit idea..the NRA apparently has taken a very weak position on this.. They are saying that it’s just an opinion for a metropolitan municipality to call 5 million people terrorists without proof or Reason .. San Francisco is a form of government NOT a free citizen with free speech.. They speak for the people of San Francisco collectively.. Do you think that there’s people in San Francisco that feel differently than their city government..If the NRA doesn’t take a very strong and proactive position on this, it’s time to put them out… Read more »

Rock R
Rock R
11 months ago
Reply to  24and7

If the Great WP and NRA isn’t going to file a lawsuit, then the GOA and other 2A groups should because they will be next… Also dumping NRA should have happened long ago, leaving WP and his new suits to rot together …

freewill
freewill
11 months ago

there was 2,153 vehicle breakins in August and the city labels an org. and its members terrorists for advocating stopping those thieves!

xring2245
xring2245
11 months ago

It’s a smoke screen. The abysmal quality of life in San Francisco has to be defended at all costs.

Dumdfounded
Dumdfounded
11 months ago

Absolutely laughable! These are the same people who have made SF as a drug invested sanctuary city, disregarding federal laws. Serving in political office should like jury duty, it’s mandated for a short duration and then you are done. Once politics came a career path, our government stopped serving the people.

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago

Writing this because I have been unable to find anyone else talking about it. Currently in the White House, there is a push going on to use violations of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Amendments of the constitution as a basis to deny people rights to the 2nd Amendment. The name of the project is called HARPA, or Health Advanced Research Policy Agency, and is being pushed by the Suzanne Wright foundation. Suzanne Wright was the wife of Bob Wright, the former CEO of NBC. “Ahhh starting to make sense now) The idea being pushed to Trump, who is reportedly… Read more »

JMR
JMR
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

Man what a nightmare that would be if that passes, even worse if the Taps act being pushed by republicans was as well.

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago
Reply to  JMR

Indeed. And if Musk and Zuckerberg get their “BCI”(musk) and mind reading algorithm (Zuckerberg) it will really hit the fan. Culmination of 1984, Agenda 21, Fahrenheit 451, and Brave New World all rolled into one.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

@Rev, that strikes me as a good basis for a short letter to Hon. Donald J. Trump, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500. or a quick email: whitehouse.gov/contact.
Every letter is a torpedo.

Rock R
Rock R
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

There is a very quick and easy solution !!! Through all that crap away if you have it and don’t allow it in your home !!! After all it is your home !!! Stay off social medias … Oh and by the way they are already “listening” and “monitoring” your every move .. What about video cameras everywhere “Provided By” Fed, State, local Governments, Airports and businesses and privet individuals …. The state of Oklahoma has cameras on the interstates that check your tag number for the right vehicle and if you have insurance … People are just more than… Read more »

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  Rock R

, well said.

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago
Reply to  Rock R

@Rock R Never bought any of that crap to begin with as I never trusted it. I don’t have a “Smart” phone either because I hate those dumb things. The reason I didn’t bring up the “Video Camera’s everywhere” even though I hate that as well is because that isn’t a right protected under the bill of rights. What is a right is to not be spied on in your own home, not to have your personal effects or correspondence(Papers) searched without due process and probable cause, and I could keep going explaining how this violates numerous other rights which… Read more »

Knute
Knute
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

I’ve always said I keep my old, dumb, blackberry phone because unlike “smart” phones, mine does what I tell it to do, and not what some anonymous dweeb in seattle (or anybody else) says to do.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

@Rev, Here is a proposed letter: Hon Donald J. Trump,
I will not buy an extra car to support the Trump economy, but I will buy an extra firearm to support the Trump economy, unless your administration backs any proposed gun control.
V/r,
my name

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

@Wild Bill,

oh I already sent a letter yesterday. I was not about to wait. I was also a little more direct than that. The possibility of making sure that all gun owners in the future think back to him as “Traitor Trump” may have been floated.

Dave in Fairfax
Editor
Dave in Fairfax
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

TheRevelator, the only mention I can find of this is from captainjournal. Is there a link to any other source? I’m leery of single source intel.

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago

@Dave in Fairfax. No official source other than a leak so far. That’s why I put it out. I’ll take that on my own hands for now. Reason being, make a big stink about it now and make sure Trump knows going in if he does this he can kiss 2020 goodbye. Make sure he does not even want to be seen near it. If we can do that, he is welcome to come out and say its part of a left wing plot to discredit him, as long as we make sure he understands he cant get away with… Read more »

Dave in Fairfax
Editor
Dave in Fairfax
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

The Revelator, Thanks for getting back to me on that. Hopefully another source will pop up, in the mean time we’ll just watch.

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago

in Fairfax

Not a problem. Stay vigilant, and keep your powder dry.

Will Flatt
Will Flatt
11 months ago

I have a better idea: keep the state and instead DEPORT ALL THE COMMIECRATS and their ILLEGAL ALIEN BUDDIES!! We could go nationwide with that, too! No more MS13, no Antifa, no BLM, etc.!! Oh and to pay for all the deportations, seize all their assets including freezing their bank accounts!

Then all we have to do is level all the shithole cities that the Commiecrats have ruined, and build on the rubble!!

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago
Reply to  Will Flatt

@wjd Flatt Better idea, and more constitutional as well. Remove all tax payer subsidizing of states, and make states pay for their own cities and initiatives. Reign in welfare, and solidify the constitutional protections against government, clean out the judicial branch and reset them back to their original duties, repeal direct election of senators and go back to the elector system. The people outside of the cities wont elect electors to install city backed senators, the states wont be able to rob peter to pay paul to cover all the welfare programs they want to do to buy votes politically,… Read more »

Greg K
Greg K
11 months ago

So it only took less than 2 months after I urged idiots like Wild Bill not to get on the ANTIFA Domestic Terrorists label, for Governors like Abbott and San Fran’s leadership to start declaring anybody they disagree with the same?

Got any more lies for the crowd idiot dipstick?

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  Greg K

K, Only an idiot would think that any governor would get their ideas from blurbs on ammoland … including mine.

Will
Will
11 months ago
Reply to  Greg K

@gregK,the last thing on Gods earth that WB is is an idiot ! WB has forgot more about the 2A,and our constitutional freedoms than you could ever hope to know.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  Will

, I guess I could send him a book … Snark, snark!

TheRevelator
TheRevelator
11 months ago
Reply to  Greg K

@Greg K Greg, you were wrong in your previous argument with Wild Bill over the 14th amendment. If you are here to pick a fight with him over that, you’re still in the wrong. As to when this actually happened, let me remind you about the Obama Presidency, when back in 2009 DHS head Janet Napolitano stated that Conservatives were the most prevalent domestic terror threat because of their views on firearms rights, border control, taxes…. This is nothing new. https://seeingredaz.wordpress.com/2009/04/14/janet-napolitano-right-wing-extremists-pose-national-security-threats/ The difference there is that ANTIFA IS A TERRORIST organization. They justify the use of violence and intimidation as… Read more »

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
11 months ago
Reply to  TheRevelator

@Rev, Amazing that he would have so little to do that he could wait in the weeds, that long to snipe.

Dave in Fairfax
Editor
Dave in Fairfax
11 months ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

WB, His skills at lying in the weeds ARE impressive, but that’s kinda what snipers do. What truly amusing is that he thinks he knows more about the law and Constitution than you do. THAT’S hilarious.

Felixd
Felixd
11 months ago

So, does this mean that if someone in SF has been identified as a member of a “domestic terror group” that this information is sufficient to obtain a “Red Flag” order? How soon will it be before we can be arrested for thought crimes?

Poppy Wayne
Poppy Wayne
11 months ago
Reply to  Felixd

That’s exactly what it means. The “Minority Report” syndrome is spreading like wildfire & must be stopped. There may be things I don’t agree with that goes on within the NRA hierarchy but one of them is certainly not them having a terrorist promotional agenda…unless standing up to anti-constitutional legislation denotes a “terrorist” act. I rue the day that simply stating support for our Constitutionally protected rights, becomes fodder for having our ability to protect ourselves taken away. The freedom to speak, expect privacy, trial by our piers, innocent until proven guilty, etc, will soon follow into extinction & we… Read more »