Should Anti-Gunners be Held Accountable for Dangerous Gun Laws?

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- While anti-gun Legislators continue to push for more gun free zones and other gun laws that inhibit self-defense; smart American citizens are starting to realize that it’s time to take the responsibility for their own lives into their own hands. The blame for mass killings lies, not with a gun but with the killer, but the responsibility lies with all of us. It is time for responsible adults to put aside the anti-gun rhetoric, ignore the left-wing propaganda, and own the responsibility of self-defense because we know the cops can’t be there in time to do it for us.

So, while the anti-gun crowd may choke on their tofu at the mere thought of someone defending themself with a gun, they ignore the fact that through the anti-gun rhetoric and propaganda they perpetuate, they are the ones contributing to the senseless loss of life. On average, gun owners can deter violent attacks over 2.5 million times per year in America simply by having a gun in their possession. Most often just the mere presence of a gun will stop an attack. This data was compiled by a study done by Gary Kleck, a Florida criminologist, and backed by data from the CDC. It’s time for the irrationally fearful, anti-gun, Wokesters to wake up, put their fears aside and become responsible citizens. Killers will not be stopped by gun laws and unarmed citizens. They pay no attention to gun laws and seek out unarmed citizens.

In 2020 we saw a large spike in gun sales, primarily due to first-time gun owners realizing that their lives were in danger when they witnessed the left-wing riots that occurred across America. So now is the time for the anti-gun crowd and non-gun owners to take a long hard look at what their Legislators and left-wing politicians have done to create this deadly environment, and recognize how the anti-gun propaganda machine has been grinding away at the fears around guns, understand that anti-gun Politicians use killings to justify more dangerous gun laws and embrace the reality that your life is your responsibility.

Politicians like Joe Biden have been implementing dangerous laws that take away the ability of self-defense, while left-wing media has been hard at work cultivating a fear of guns that makes people believe the laws are good. This has been happening for decades. Take Joe Biden’s 1990 Gun Free School Zones Act, for instance. Ever since Joe introduced the deadly policy, school killings have nearly doubled. Thanks a lot, Joe.

Killers don’t care about your manufactured gun fear. As a matter of fact, they count on it; and the cute little sign you put on your business that says “no guns allowed” is a notification to the bad guys that you value politics over your own life and the lives of your customers. Although the anti-gun crowd may want to be dependent victims, real Americans demand accountability and resent the unnecessary risks the anti-gun crowd creates by making their neighbors defenseless due to their own irrational fear of guns.

So to the anti-gun crowd, it’s time for you to wake up and grow up. Your life and the lives of your family are your responsibility. Stop making others responsible for your bad decisions and irrational gun-fear.


About Dan Wos, Author – Good Gun Bad Guy

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Dan Wos is a nationally recognized 2nd Amendment advocate and Author of the “GOOD GUN BAD GUY” series. He speaks at events, is a contributing writer for many publications, and can be found on radio stations across the country. Dan has been a guest on the Sean Hannity Show, NRATV, and several others. Speaking on behalf of gun-rights, Dan exposes the strategies of the anti-gun crowd and explains their mission to disarm law-abiding American gun-owners.

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Russn8r

Should “Pro-Gunners” be Accountable for Some of Those Dangerous Gun Laws? Dan?

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https://www.ammoland.com/2022/05/should-anti-gunners-be-held-accountable-for-dangerous-gun-laws/#comment-2936489

Russn8r

Wrong. For example, “pro-gun” NRA insists on “gun free” zones in “carry” laws. LaPew has backed “gun free” zones for 30 years. Testified for them in congress.

Tackleberry

Don’t feed the Troll, Dan.

Russn8r

You’re the troll. Take a hike.

JSNMGC

Dan, many of the “anti-gunners” who are responsible for dangerous gun laws are members of law enforcement. Why do you not write articles about them? For example, the “Vote Without Fear” legislation in Colorado was passed after Anthony Mazzola lobbied for the legislation. Anthony Mazzola: Is the President of the County Sheriffs of Colorado Was born in Colorado Is a Republican Is the elected Sheriff of Rio Blanco County Spent 4-1/2 years in the U.S. Army (and then was recalled for Operation Desert Storm) Mazzola (representing all the sheriffs of Colorado), Everytown for Gun Safety, Giffords, Planned Parenthood, the Democratic… Read more »

Wild Bill

Why? Because he does not desire to be manipulated by you.

JSNMGC

Are you sure that is the reason? Do you think it is possible the reason is that many readers of Ammoland like to believe that state, county, city/town enforcers are “on our side” and they ignore the many cases in which those enforcers lobby against firearm rights and Dan wants fans more than he wants to be an activist for firearm rights? He states that he exposes the strategies of the anti-gun crowd. That crowd includes many subsets, one of which is law enforcement. Maybe Dan could do an in-depth report on Mazzola and show how he worked with Everytown… Read more »

Wild Bill

Well, the opposite would be that he wants to be manipulated by you. I think that is way less likely. I could be wrong.

JSNMGC

You never disappoint with your lack of logic.

Is the only alternative to your first assertion the opposite of that assertion?

It’s not too late for you to stop working against firearm rights (and for statism) and join those of us who are working for firearm rights.

Wild Bill

There is no lack of logic there. But your baseless presumptions about alternatives and what I may or may not work for are paradigms of illogical thought. You could

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JSNMGC

Of course there is a lack of logic in your statements.

Getting back to the subject, what is your opinion on Mazzola and his lobbying efforts?

Do you think McCallum should have done a little lobbying?

Wild Bill

Go to your local junior college and take Logic 101.

JSNMGC

Getting back to the subject, what is your opinion on Mazzola and his lobbying efforts?

Do you think McCallum should have done a little lobbying?

Russn8r

Well, we can’t all have a glowing legend like yours. LOL

Russn8r

Don’t quit your glow job, Agent.

JSNMGC

Reply on hold.

Dan, when are you going to start writing about all the law enforcement agencies roles in lobbying against firearm rights?

They are some of the worst (and most influential) “anti-gunners.”

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Russn8r

Never happen. Not while denying that NRA backs “gun free” zones.

JSNMGC

Dan does seem to avoid countering the “great myth” and focuses on throwing red meat to the masses.

One LEO (like Mazzola) can undo the hard work of thousands of pro firearm rights “civilian” activists.

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Russn8r

You don’t think “gun free” zones are dangerous? Dan?

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Wild Bill

You are so unpleasant that I can see why he or anyone would decline to respond.

Russn8r

Now you hurt my feelings. Why do you want innocents murdered by enforcers to be forgotten?

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MICHAEL J

Nothing sticks to politicians or bureaucrats including bad laws.
Our government is full of people who cannot reason, unable to reason or refuse to reason. They are never held to account for bad legislation and they just keep piling bad laws on top of other bad laws, but we already knew that.

swmft

hot tar will stick and there are more than a few that need tar and yellow fethers

2A Gun Guy

Dr John Lott has done extensive research at crimeresearch.org

olddognc

YES YES AND YES, THEY THINK THOSE ILL-INFORMED DECISIONS DO NOT HAVE NEGATIVE EFFECTS. TIME TO PAY UP

buzzsaw

Yes, absolutely. They are morally liable for peoples’ inability to defend themselves. It’s time they be held criminally and civilly liable as well. Can we say “accessory to murder” and “wrongful death lawsuit?” Breaking laws has consequences for most of us. Why does breaking the Constitution, aka the Supreme Law of the Land, not carry supreme consequences. I realize our representatives need some leeway, but there should be a “Do Not Propose” list since some bills shouldn’t make it past initial debate. Oh wait, there is one, it’s called the Bill of Rights. Anybody can make a mistake, but a… Read more »

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Finnky

Are truist banks posted? Recently got an ad from them offering incentive to open an account. You’ve just reinforced my choice of tossing their invitation.
you might consider changing banks. You carrying concealed does nothing to change their policy and may be putting yourself at legal jeopard if you are spotted. Of course if you are in Texas with LTC and they don’t post 30.06 – then you are fine.

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buzzsaw

Yes, they are posted. I am looking for a new bank, though it’s a pain in the rear, and I like having the same bank where I live and where my mother lives. An out of town check is about as welcome as the measles, though it has been years since I wrote a check in Tennessee. In Georgia, they have to discover I’m carrying. (Remember, concealed means concealed, they shouldn’t know I have it.) Then, they can ask me to leave. If I leave, no problem. If I act like a jerk, it can become criminal trespass, which is… Read more »

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Finnky

Texas laws have been greatly simplified over the last twenty years. Many reductions to risk of accidentally triggering charges. Currently under constitutional carry, any no guns sign is binding. However if one has an LTC, only compliant 30.06 or 30.07 signage is binding and then only for concealed or open carry respectively. If one happens to enter prohibited place, if one has LTC they must ask you to depart and only upon refusal does it become criminal trespass – as you described in Georgia. Thanks for reminder to check every time I enter a business. Have become complacent and find… Read more »

buzzsaw

I try to avoid posted places as much as possible as well. To have a legally enforceable GFZ, you should be required to provide a secure place for carriers to lock up their guns, and you should be required to provide armed security and metal detectors. A lot of this is already in place at courthouses. Maybe there is at least video surveillance of the parking area for the courthouse.

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buzzsaw

I will have to check to see if there are any distinctions made in Georgia between having a permit or not. This was not mentioned in any reports I have heard about it. The only thing I am aware of is having a permit covers one’s background check when buying a new gun and reciprocity. Georgia runs a periodic background check on permit holders.

ExGob

If I were an anti-gunner, I would be ashamed for others to know that I was so ignorant that I believe a criminal’s actions would be deterred by a law or a posted ‘No Guns Allowed’ sign. To the contrary, criminals are emboldened by such such displays of ignorance because it assures them of less chance of resistance from their victims. For those who consider a sign to be beneficial, a far better one would be ‘Loaded Firearms Required For Entry’. BE PREPARED!

swmft

I know it is hard to think down to their level ,let me help you are drooling down your face some else needs to wipe you clean, you poop your pampers likewise some one else has to clean it up same iq and a better sign please be sure of your line of fire others are eating

ExGob

Your one-sentence narrative makes absolutely no sense at all. But if your intent is to support attack by anyone against another, and expect no resistance from the victim, then it’s obvious why your response is senseless.

Finnky

@ExGob – I think was describing how to think like an anti, not describing you.

As for them being embarrassed, the advantage of being truly ignorant is ignorance of one’s own stupidity. They are not embarrassed because they think they are doing good. Leadership feeds followers drivel, knowing they are acting like used car salesmen – filling followers heads with fluff and lies. Followers then go try to sell it to the masses, able to sell the lies because they truly believe.

Never fully trust the devout. They believe so strongly that they are unable to process contradictory evidence.

swmft

you are correct sir, @Finnkyi do believe most if not all the people here would have a hard time understanding that group,unless you have two and three year olds in their house .and like you I do not trust people who will not think for themselves

buzzsaw

I’m looking for a gun-friendly bank. Mine, Truist, has recently put up “no gun” signs. I intend to ignore them-concealed means concealed-but I would rather find more intelligent people with more respect for the safety of their clientele to take care of my money.

swmft

If you find a gun friendly bank please post the info for everyone here I am looking too

PistolGrip44

One word answer. ABSOLUTELY!!!

Mystic Wolf

Every last znti gun politician should be held responsible for the crimes that are committed by criminals, especially where innocent people are injured or worse. The politicians that push for all the anti gun stuff should also be removed from office as complicent in all the crimes that get committed using a gun.

Russn8r

Should “Pro-Gunners” be Held Accountable for Some of Those Same Dangerous Gun Laws?
e.g.:
“Gun-Free” School Zones & other “Gun Free” Zones (GFZs).

NRA endorses GFSZs, testified for them in congress. “Qualified” after Parkland by pushing a huge new federal program – armed cops in every school – no armed civilians. LaPew might as well be a union lobbyist.

NRA inserted patchwork-quilts of GFZs into state “carry” laws & sabotaged efforts to remove them, resulting in Virginia Tech, Parkland, Orlando & El Paso.

Russn8r

Downvoters are Oathbreakers who love “gun free” zones.

phillyd

An excellent idea. They should be held accountable at all levels – local, state, and federal.

JH1961

Absolutely! Politicians destroy our Constitutional RIGHTS with impunity.

Bigfootbob

I think it may be a good idea, but I keep thinking tit for tat? Hummm, sure would make elections even more consequential than today if that’s possible.

Monkey Mouse

Yes of course they should be held responsible – and probably will since we all know what is coming. We need to see people like Bloomberg permanently stop financing these movements – preferably from hanging by his neck.

swmft

too kind better a prison cell on rikers island let the people whos lives he fucked up have fun at his expense

Terry

“Should Anti-Gunners be Held Accountable for Dangerous Gun Laws?”YES!

Deplorable Bill

A well regulated militia, being necessary to a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. The second amendment, THE law of the land. If a man has no sword (the assault weapon of the day) he is to sell his cloak (his outer garment) and buy one. SCRIPTURE, Luke 22:36. The WORD of GOD. There was a time when this country held to these things. I must hold to these things. I will live or die holding to these things. The short answer is YES, they are accountable. They are accountable… Read more »

john

Constitutional carry is going to put a end to all arguments If your state fails to return your right granted in the constitution Move to a state that has seen the lite.

Ope

I’m still hoping at least three more states see the light before the end of ‘22. Florida and Louisiana (and others) need to get it done right now.

Wild Bill

Well, our Rights are not granted in or by the Constitution, but I see what you mean.

john

As we all have painfully learned they are not guaranteed or god given

Wild Bill

The founders said that our unalienable Rights were God given, and listed them in the Constitution so that government could safeguard those God given pre constitution Rights for us.

john

Respectfully The founders concluded: The fact is no man can speak for God. If a single man comes forward with a message from God I will be the first to listen and I would think that would be our oldest brother Jesus Christ. I never like to mix religion in any discussion the fact remains that there is forensic evidence that Jesus did in fact live and die on earth his message was pretty clear . We are all sinners none of us are perfect, My personal feeling sharing with you and those here at Ammoland is that Men use… Read more »

swmft

kind of makes you think of revelations ……just dont know wich of the players is anti Christ putin trump plosi obummer or xi dont think biden is smart enough

swmft

or more in the background g.soros w.,buffett there are some others gates

Deplorable Bill

Sure you do. Just think of what they legalized/normalized. O, the P

Arm up and carry on

john

This not a disagreement “A learning process” I am looking for the reference god given rights when the constitution comes into question so far “NO JOY” Founding Fathers and to the two greatest documents they gave to the fledgling republic: the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. People across the religious spectrum, from the most devout believers to the most committed atheists, look to these documents for support. Yet the blessings they offer are mixed. The Declaration contains several references to God, the Constitution none at all. The reasons for this variation reveal a great deal about the… Read more »

Wild Bill

The belief that Rights come from God is right there in your link material: “… The Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution do not therefore represent competing views of the existence of a Supreme Being or its role in American political life. They are two sides of the same coin. When read together, the Declaration and Constitution tell us that the people’s rights are divine in origin, sacred and unalienable, …” Everybody believed in God, and that all good things came from God, in those days. Don’t fall into the modern trap of thinking that because the Constitution is… Read more »

john

The fact of the matter is The U.S. Constitution never explicitly mentions God or the divine, but the same cannot be said of the nation’s state constitutions. In fact, God or the divine is mentioned at least once in each of the 50 state constitutions and nearly 200 times overall All but four state constitutions – those in Colorado, Iowa, Hawaii and Washington – use the word “God” at least once. The constitutions in Colorado, Iowa and Washington refer to a “Supreme Being” or “Supreme Ruler of the Universe,” while Hawaii’s constitution makes reference to the divine only in its… Read more »

swmft

the us constitution was written to be inclusive , until the 1950s the pledge did not have under god in it , these people were trying to bring the natives and every one else on board they were looking to have a diverse group working as one

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swmft

they almost succeeded until some groups started driving wedges, trying to break apart the experiment

Russn8r

Sorry, but it does refer to God:

“In the year of our Lord…” doesn’t refer to King George.

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Wild Bill

That all good things came from God was so obvious 250 years ago that the drafters did not need to put it in the document. For example: If Rights don’t come from God, then where do Rights come from? Government? If Rights come from government, then government can change or reduce Rights. If Government can reduce Rights, then government can reduce Rights to zero. If Government can reduce Rights to zero, then the thing granted by government that can be reduced by government is not unalienable or a Right. What government grants and can take away is a license, permit,… Read more »

Russn8r

But they did put it in the document.

john

This is a tough discussion sir God’s spoken word has only been heard by very few men and women. In his name good and bad things happen due to mankind’s pursuit of good and evil. The things you mentioned above are all created by man. We are guided in live by our beliefs some due to religious teachings others by political motivation & hopefully a good upbringing knowing right from wrong. I understand unalienable this has been a long standing argument between church and state and the federal government. In fact the liberals are still trying to remove “God” from… Read more »

john

and here in Article. VI.All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation. This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding. The Senators and Representatives… Read more »

swmft

well we know how the government has not upheld treaties with the north American natives ,they pick and choose what they say is law we the people need to put their feet to the fire (reason for second amendment) and get government in line

john

The elected no longer care about the country as the framers envisioned when the constitution was crafted into law

The elected only care about power and how much they can wield over the people. The Democrats have proven it over and over.

There is no amendment written that will keep us safe only we the people can achieve that.

swmft

with a proper amount of firepower ,and at this stage that may be a drone with rockets