Demand PA House Investigation of Josh Shapiro AG Office’s Gun Transfers ~ VIDEO

Author of – Good Gun Bad Guy

Pennsylvania, USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- I’m Dan Wos and this is another Ammoland News Second amendment update.

A coalition of five gun rights organizations has sent a letter to Pennsylvania House Speaker Bryan Cutler demanding the state House of Representatives open an investigation into possible crimes committed by Attorney General Josh Shapiro and his Office.

The coalition consists of the Second Amendment Foundation & Gun Owners of America,, among others. These groups want to know if the Pennsylvania AGs Office broke any laws by completing two Polymer80s handguns for NBC News and Reporter Vaughn Hillyard.

This story was first brought to light by AmmoLand News investigative Journalist John Crump when he noticed possible crimes committed in an NBC broadcast hit piece on retailer JSD Supply.

The three-page letter reads in part:

Earlier this year, NBC News Reporter Vaughn Hillyard purchased two firearms build kits as part of a “hidden camera” investigation attempting to show the public how easy it was to manufacture a firearm from a kit. Ironically, Mr. Hillyard was apparently unable to finish the kit [himself] and reached out to Attorney General Shapiro’s office for assistance.

Once the kit was complete, the agents of the Attorney General gave Mr. Hillyard, a resident of New York State, a finished firearm.

Being a reporter or an AG doesn’t exempt you from federal law. We at AmmoLand News do not believe that it should be a crime to help someone build a firearm, but NBC and the AG’s office think it should be a felony. They should be held to the same standard.

SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb said it best:

“You cannot violate federal gun laws to complain about gun laws and promote a gun control agenda, even as a working journalist,”

Gottlieb went as far as calling for the U.S. Department of Justice to launch a separate investigation because of alleged federal gun law violations

Will anything happen, or will NBC News and Josh Shapiro use their anti-gun privilege to escape from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives? If you are in Pennsylvania, contact your Representative and demand an investigation.

Contact Pennsylvania House Speaker Bryan Cutler and demand an investigation here: www.repcutler.com/contact

Tell us what you think in the comments below and share this video with your family and friends to help support Ammoland News, America’s oldest Second Amendment news outlet.

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Arny

My statement to Rep Cutler.
I am disturbed to find out Attorney General Josh Shapiro and his Office have broken several Pa gun laws that they are in support of. I feel there should be a investigation into this matter. They are NOT immune to the laws of our Commonwealth.Perhaps they should try less to impose more restrictions on the lawful gun owners of our commonwealth. And pay closer attention to the tactics in which they try to do so. 

Knute Knute

Here is what this piece gets slightly wrong: “You cannot violate federal gun laws to complain about gun laws and promote a gun control agenda, even as a working journalist,” Ahhh, but today… YES YOU CAN! ‘Journalists’ can lie, cheat, steal, do any illegal activities they want, so long as they’re pushing the Elite’s agenda. Dare to tell the truth just once though… and all of your access to free speech vanishes almost instantly. Governments violating all of their founding principles is what happens to every Empire thoughout history as they collapse. Pax Americana will be no different. And the… Read more »

Wild Bill

I agree about the so called journalists. but what currency should I trade my dollars for?

mgkdrgn

Gold. It has the same “purchasing power” that it did in the 1860’s unlike the $ which is now worth 37% of what it was in 1980.

swmft

gold 1974 35$ per oz minimum wage 2.10 2022 gold 1951$ per oz that should have minimum wage 112 $ per hour now see how far middle class has fallen

Knute Knute

Apx. in 1975 it topped out at 800/OzT when they pulled the plug on trading. A 25 fold increase in a year or so. If that happens in our near future, the gold price would now shoot up to 50 thousand ‘dollars’ (FRNs) per OzT! They call that “ridiculous” today… but that was exactly what they all said in 1975! “Never go over a hundred. Not possible” was a common refrain. I was just a young man in construction then, but I remember it well. You won’t find the close at 800 if you look it up, but it hit… Read more »

Wild Bill

That is a terrific estimate! I’m all for it!

swmft

nixon took us off gold to print money ,stupid idea then comes jimmy the smiling idiot

Knute Knute

FDR took us off the gold money standard in 1933. From then on only foreign governments could exchange their US fiat currency for gold money. The same edict from FDR made it illegal for a citizen of the US to possess gold in bullion form. Only jewelry, and a few rare collector coins were excepted. What they mean by: Nixon closed the gold window, is that he stopped even foreign governments from converting dollars to gold. THAT is what caused the huge gold price rise in the 1970s. When foreign governments found out they would soon not be able to… Read more »

Wild Bill

Yes, that is true.

Arny

I see lead & powder being a wiser investment. lol

Knute Knute

Although gold, guns, ammo, reloading components, food, etc. are all good ideas, I, personally, believe in silver. Everyone should have some pre-1965 (1964 or older) 90 percent silver coinage. Today, the bullion bugs poo-poo their .9 fineness in favor of .999(known as; three 9s), but they fail to take note that for circulating coinage, gold and silver are too soft to hold up over time and handling. They don’t care. They COLLECT coins and bullion, they don’t carry them around to spend on their daily needs. But people prior to 1965 DID, and the ten percent copper was added so… Read more »

Wild Bill

I put all my silver coins in protective paper fold over sleeves, that the coin dealers use.
I like that pun about shooting for the genteel class that uses silver. There might be a lot of that going on

Knute Knute

Glad to see someone noticed it! I detest most puns because they’re so long and involved. They seem to me a long ways around the barn, only to end up with just one scrawny chicken. But I like little ones that are so subtle that most don’t recognize them. Like an inside joke… 🙂 I use those same paper sleeves, and also “flips”, the little clear plastic fold overs that you don’t need to staple closed, but only for bullion or numismatic(having value over and above its metal, or “melt” value) coins. Constitutional coinage, the so-called; “Junk” silver, doesn’t need… Read more »

Wild Bill

I have a nearly complete collection of Morgans. I am missing the 1893S and the 1895P(I believe it is). I put double eagles in each of those slots as place holders.
I just got a 1921 Peace recently.

Knute Knute

Ohh, you’ve got the big set. Mine is complete, but it’s only the type set. One of each year, and then also one of each mint mark, but NOT one of each date AND mint mark. When I started, one of every CC seemed an impossible goal, at least for me. I got my first CC back in the 90s. It was a good one too, worth a couple grand if somebody hadn’t carved their fucking initials on Lady Liberty’s cheek in 1955! I know the date because the asshole included it below his initials. He destroyed it on March… Read more »

Wild Bill

Too bad about that marring. I don’t know what people think.

I bought a bag of 860 Mercury dimes, just on a lark. Turned out to contain a complete set of Mercury dimes from 1916 to 1945. it took about two years to sort, categorize, and put in protective flips.

swmft

puns are great and the best ar just 2/3rds of a pun

swmft

as for shooting and silver , in the 50s there was some lone ranger 45s made first ones were like a real round later ones are solid I have three think they changed because they could com apart early ones look real

Russn8r

Glad folks prefer silver. Helps keep gold cheaper for me. Big weight/value advantage, and you can get 1, .5, .3 & .25 grams, 1 gram available in sealed assay tabs, not sure about the smaller. Anyway, small enough denomination. For smaller, I’d think 22 LR is good if you trust the seller.

Knute Knute

Have you got one of the Valcambi Combibars yet? Best “get out of dodge” currency I know of. 50 gold grams, in gram bars that can be opened and broken off to spend one gram at a time.
Sealed in plastic, but even opened each gram has the purity, maker, and weight engraved on them. And now you can get them as ten, 1/10th ounce all connected bars too! Fits in a pocket or even a boot easily. Carry one everywhere you go!
And, no, I don’t work for Valcambi. I just like this product.

Russn8r

Yep. I bought Pamp Suisse Multigrams.

The Back The Blue Whatever They Do posse downvoted you for replying. LOSERS

Wild Bill

That is true, without powder and lead, “they” would just come and take the gold. A guy has to have both.

Knute Knute

Bill Burr knows it! https://youtu.be/x9iYvyffAh4?t=35 And so does the audience. Those laughs are a testament to truth. They’re laughing because its the truth, not because he just made all this shit up. OFC, he wrote it all and put it in the proper form to spring the punch lines and such, but still, anything that doesn’t hit the audience in their brain, they won’t find funny. They’ll only look around, all confused. Oh, he might get a few polite titters from some of them, but the real laughs come when something they know and are familiar with hits them in… Read more »

Wild Bill

Carlin was terrific!

Knute Knute
Wild Bill

That guy was hilarious!!

Knute Knute

Carlin? Or Bill Burr? Both great. Carlin was better (IMO), but Bill Burr is still alive… so that’s a point in Burr’s favor. He might get better with age the same as Carlin did. Did you ever see Carlin’s “Back in Town” special? IMO his best, funniest, and most socially relevant work.
Side one of the LP is 4 interlocking routines: Abortions, sanctity of life, capital punishment, and state prison farms. All great. Esp. tracks 3 and 4. The back side is good too… but nowhere near side one.

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swmft

and the knoledge and tools to make a crowd control gun ( 12 gauge is nice) full auto makes them run
and look for an easier target

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Knute Knute

Hard to beat a 12 gauge for a crowd. That’s what the old Sheriff’s used to grab to break up lynch mobs. Point both barrels at the mob’s leader and make it clear that no matter what else happens, he’s getting both barrel at the first sgn of trouble…. and the trouble magically goes away! 🙂 A side by side double is my favorite shotgun. In the field, game birds seldom stick around for even a second shot, much less a third, so the low ammo capacity is not a problem. And against two legged varmints, I intend to pull… Read more »

swmft

long range and short, and a house off grid with self contained power and water

DDS

I remember someone wrote that in 1873, you could buy a brand new in the box Colt SAA for a $20 gold piece. Today, you can buy that Colt for….

A $20 gold piece.

Knute Knute

200 years ago an ounce of gold was worth 20 dollars, and a tailor made suit cost about 20 dollars. Today, that ounce is worth about two grand, and a tailor made suit costs about two thousand dollars. This is because prices don’t actually rise. What’s actually happening is the value of the currency declines. Since they are relative to each other, it’s hard to tell which is which, like when you’re in a stopped train and the train on the next track over backs up. It makes you you think you’re moving again. It’s all relative. As the currency… Read more »

swmft

real value has not changed , it also gives you an idea of how cheep mass production has made things a psa ar15 cheapest around 400$ less than a quarter oz would have to buy it with silver
reason us government wanted to make a new sub machine gun Thompson cost 225$
reising m50 60$
even to this day the price differential is about the same thompson 21,000, m50 8,000

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Wild Bill

True, and gold, and silver, here in Texas are legal tender, but the kid at the gas station has such a difficult time making change.

Knute Knute

OTOH… your question was actually which CURRENCY to trade off dollars (FRNs) for, not which MONEY(gold silver and the other PMs) to trade for. Taking this into account, it looks to me like the new world reserve currency is going to be either the Ruble or the Yuan, depending upon which power comes out on top in the current Eurasian battle. I go for real money, so I only have a little of each as a “just in case”. I don’t have a way to know what the private talks between Russia and China are all about, so I have… Read more »

Wild Bill

Well, we are all speculators in a way. Saving up a little gold, silver, ammo, long term food storage, separate water storage, stand alone energy source … we are speculating. Maybe we should be saving up new tires, or house shingles, instead.
Maybe everything will go digital and neither yuan, rubles, nor paper dollars will have any value at all, and no one will want heavy cumbersome gold or silver.
Maybe nothing will go wrong and those people that save nothing are right… but I don’t think so.

Knute Knute

Yeah, you’ve got me there. All of life is speculation in a way. We don’t even know if this is real. Perhaps we’ve been in a sensory deprivation tank, hooked up to VR so good we can’t tell it from reality, since the day we were born. My bet is on “not” though. 🙂 Speaking of bets, I’m not much of a gambler either. I like sucker bets where I already know the results beforehand. But in the same sense as above, we all gamble all of the time. We gamble our lives every time we get in a vehicle.… Read more »

Wild Bill

Well, I did not mean to get you … it is just that everything is a guess.

Knute Knute

I didn’t mean it that way… like “gotcha”. More like; yup, you’re correct there.
I was just thinking more of speculating in the day stock trader sense. One who buys and sells continuously, and seldom holds any one thing for long. That is definitely not my style of operation. 🙂

Wild Bill

That’s cool! Hey, you be careful with that stock market thing. Today we are spraying herbicide on the hay meadows and I have to get back at it.

john

ATF provided an official response that did not confirm whether or not an investigation would occur based on the complaints. “Ghost gun” kits have been a bit of a legal grey area as the ATF has promised they are working on this issue.
No Biden had them up the ante using Garland without do process we must stand tall on our second amendment constitutional rights against this socialist run White Houses & its administrations un American values.

DO AS WE SAY NOT AS WE DO

Wild Bill

Retake the House and Senate. Impeach and convict Biden, Harris, Roberts, Kagan, Katanga, and Sotomayor. Fire agency heads

john

Our country is in trouble those in Washington have turned the corner and now are criminals in a lawless government that no longer is about our constitutional rights. When the socials democratic party arm the far left and the criminals they have set free it will not be pretty. After all that is there plan while they hide behind razor wire and concrete walls in Washington.
Death Or Glory

Wild Bill

Prepare to participate.

john

That is exactly what this administration is waiting for a lock down show down either way not a great outcome for all Americans.

Wild Bill

Not saying that I am for a armed and bloody revolution, but participation may could come to each of us, whether we prepare or not.

Tackleberry

The Wilmer Mclean effect
https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2010/11/10/the-peculiar-story-of-wilmer-mclean/

Willing participant or not, war often finds and overtakes those in its path. It’s an all-consuming monster that lays waste to everything in its path. Even those of us who live and breathe within that monster are often surprised by how quickly and easily it will escape its leash and go well beyond the intended boundaries.

Wild Bill

I have not heard that name in a while. Good example! I toured his house in Appomattox.

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swmft

think there is a twilight zone episode based on this

Oldvet

WB…Sounds like it is time to establish a “Drone Milita ” which it sounds like happened to be one of the main stalwarts of the Ukraine defence . FJB would probably ban drones to the public !

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Wild Bill

I think that you are on to something there! Some drone store owner in Ukraine donated 300 of his inventory to the Ukraine army, who used them to good effect. We the People should take note.

Oldvet

WB…Drone’s and ATV’s go where no military had gone before .

Wild Bill

One could fly a drone outside of the ATF director’s office window!