Are UPS & FedEx Spying on Gun Purchases For ATF? ~ VIDEO

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- In what appears to be an attempt at tracking private gun purchases, a group of anti-gun Democrats in the Senate wrote a letter to several shipping companies like UPS and FedEx questioning the way guns are shipped in America.

The Senators involved include Edward Markey, Dick Blumenthal, Cory Booker, Dianne Feinstein, and Chris Murphy.

The intimidating letters claimed these Democrats were concerned about lax shipping measures and implied that the shipping measures were causing so-called “epidemic of gun violence.”

UPS has since adopted new regulations that require gun companies to turn over customer data and allow UPS access to review and examine the shipper’s books and records and provide UPS with invoices for any firearms-related products. All coincidental, of course. This new policy gives UPS the unlimited power and discretion to examine and review any customer documents related to firearms sales.

FedEx now apparently demands that gun store owners retain documents about what specific items those shipments contain and make that information available to FedEx upon request. This would allow these companies to create a database of American gun purchasers and determine exactly what items they purchased.

Recently reported by AmmoLand News, UPS changed its policy surrounding unfinished frames and receivers and even told customers that if it found any packages containing the targeted items, or what the Biden Administration calls “ghost guns,” their accounts would be canceled, and the items destroyed.

The Gifford’s Law Center may appear to be a major culprit in this attack on privacy due to a letter they sent to FedEx and UPS asking the companies to adopt “a policy of refusing to ship firearm products.”

In what appears to be an attempt to protect the privacy of American citizens, Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen and State Attorneys generals from several other states sent a letter to the President and CEO of FedEx and UPS questioning the new policies allegedly allowing FedEx to comply with requests from law enforcement or other governmental authorities and give up customer information and products shipped.

According to the letter, the AGs pointed out that under the new policies, FedEx could provide information to federal agencies detailing which Americans are buying what guns without a proper search warrant or due process.

Among other questions, the group of AGs want to know if FedEx enacted these policies intending to share information with the ATF or any other federal agencies and if FedEx implemented these policies at the request of a federal agency.

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Montana454Casull

Liberals won’t be happy until they spark a civil war , then they will whine how mean the opposition is to thier Marxist agendas. Freedom is not free and we are going to have to fight too stay free real soon . Democrats will reap what they have sewn the last decade in the near future .

USMC0351Grunt

Perhaps we should say the last FOUR plus decades? This liberal agenda has been slowly eating away at our nation since post WWII and was extremely obvious how the media portrayed our troops in Vietnam and how the college kids and others treated them on their return home. The poison was already put in the well.

Choogie

I love the Wisdom Grunt but you can back up to about 100 yrs plus. These bastards have wanted to own this country for an undetermined amount of time but we all should take some time every single day of our lives to study our Constitution and know when our God given rights have been violated and learn what to do about it.
This person is a good place to start. Mr Paul Engel. You can get in touch here. [email protected]

USMC0351Grunt

I imagine that anyone can back things all the way up prior to the Bible being written and Hebrew never being translated more than once or assuming the history books were never changed from first draft. I prefer to remain in the real world with facts, evidence and exercises that I have personally experienced in life. I feel more comfortable communicating rather than pontificating on matters.

Choogie

They would love a civil war But what they would hate is to have the law backed by our Constitution thrown in their Criminal faces and perhaps throw them in Jail/Prison.

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2AGunster

They would be hung, not thrown in jail.

Arizona

Freedom is taken, seized by force. And force or the threat thereof is used to enslave.

Montana454Casull

MOLON LABE

Roland T. Gunner

It is a good day to die.

Montana454Casull

MOLON LABE

Jonesy

Giffords? Sounds like Senator Kelly is involved.

Roland T. Gunner

Died-in-the-wool scumbag.

Wass

Gee whiz, who’d have thunk that here’s an opportunity for the US Postal Service to step in and do the right thing. UPS and FedEx have no business carrying water for ATF&E. And to think, they volunteered for this.

nrringlee

OK, let’s start this discussion all over again. From the beginning. The emergence of totalitarian, fascist regimes like Hitler’s National Socialist Germany and Italy’s Mussolini were greeted by the American Progressive Movement as ‘progress.’ Mid 20th Century Progressives saw the efficiency and decisiveness in these regimes as a blessing to mankind. We should all know how the National Socialists tapped in to progressive publications and public policy here to design their final solution to the Jewish and other ethnic ‘problems’ in Europe. We should all know how that worked out. Unless you want to public school, of course. Then history… Read more »

2AGunster

Right on point! But most people cannot understand that which is happening for the past 40 years!

USMC0351Grunt

Many cannot since quite a few some 50 odd years ago were fed drugs and alcohol as a forms of entertainment. Hallucinogenics to escape reality was a norm for many while the infrastructure of our social society was being razed by robber-barons and power mongers. Or sports addictions doing much the same. Entertaining the masses while the powers that be were stealing away our futures.

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TNJEWBOY

You are correct.

Say, if we hand in our guns to the government either piecemeal or all at once what will protect us from the government?

PS, Multi-national big business has always been compared to Soviet style Collectivism.

USMC0351Grunt

So THIS is why I’m getting all these parcels market, “FARM MACHINERY”?

UncAl

Time to reincarnate Sam Adams (not the brew) for guidance on how to deal with the low-life sleazes!

USMC0351Grunt

Pretty sure back in the day they were shot?

Choogie

Thank You so very much Dan Wos and Ammoland for keeping your subscribers informed with such articles as this one and many others.
You are so Appreciated
Sincerely,
Choogie

UncAl

Americans’ continuously whine, “oh God what can we do?” God is patiently sitting there thinking, I gave you, courtesy of the Founding Fathers, the Second Amendment; nuf said!

Arizona

Unreal, the arrogance and authoritarianism in America today. A shipping company demanding this info on customers and their purchases! Yet another reason to conduct face to face cash transactions. Privacy is being killed along with your rights, by people with names and addresses.

Roland T. Gunner

Big business have become defacto agencies of government; our constitutional protections MUST be enforced accordingly.

Steve

I developed a strategy for “in the event” scenarios many years ago. The strategy involved openly purchased firearms from licensed dealers combined with purchases from private individuals – no paperwork required. Now, where those specific firearms are stored, along with the ammunition and spare parts, maintenance supplies etc..well, that’s my “bidness”. I do know this, long before these clowns begin to try and seize our legally owned firearms, they will tip their hand – and then, it’s “Cry Havoc and let loose the Dogs of War”. After having spent almost 40 years in Army SF (Active Duty -22 and Advisor/Contractor-… Read more »

Arizona

They will criminalize possession, and claim the weapons are not “legally owned”… but I doubt any have the balls to go door to door. They will send letters and issue fines, escalating for non-compliance, up to and including garnering wages and liens on homes if the firearms are not surrendered to the local treasonous LE office. That way, they never have to face citizens in a seizure. Cowards and traitors.

Roland T. Gunner

I doubt they will literally go door-to-door any time soon; but selected, targeted enforcement on individuals who pop up on the radar.

Get crosswise with the IRS? KNOCK KNOCK.

Get grumpy at the 2-digit IQ minority female who cannot speak inteligible English down at the DMV? Knock knock.

Exchange words with your sissy neighbor and his roommate over their trash blowing into your yard? Knock knock.

You get the picture.

Arny

Bang bang get the picture

TNJEWBOY

That’s why they are pushing for Central Bank Digital Currency.

Another way to enslave us.

https://rumble.com/v1z2g8i-cbdc-digital-currencies-a-recipe-for-global-slavery.html

Finnky

Those who ignore those letters will still likely not get an in person visit. They will just seize your bank accounts and investments, put out a warrant, and transfer legal ownership of your home. Any public utilities will get cut off (power, water, telephony, internet). Thing could get difficult, even if you have an entirely self-sufficient homestead.

2AGunster

The Dimwits want a civil war, beyond words! Unfortunately it is coming soon! Then it will be the demise for America as we knew it.

Arny

Sounds like a lot of extra work when you already give them that info when you transfer the firearm.

USMC0351Grunt

“They” don’t get that info. It stays with the FFL, locked-up until he/she shutters their business, THEN, and we may be talking 20+ years down the road, THEN these records are handed over to the BATFE.

Arny

Yeah ok. What do you think they want the serial number for ? Lol

The other Jim

Raj Subramanian brought up in India; he, his forefathers nor his Hindu god Karthikeyaer to which his name is based on ever fought for our Constitution and/or our Country. Glad to see these attorney generals on top of this sneaky heathen snake that has come here to the U.S. to subvert and destroy the U.S. Constitution that the Honorable Hard Working Godly American’s have fought for.

TNJEWBOY

Put this Hindu pos’s picture on wanted signs.

Raj Subramanian wanted for TREASON against the PEOPLE of These United States.

Make his life difficult and send his prissy ass back to India.

Hazcat

Short answer to the title: Yes.

HLB

Gee, what could we do? If only we were exercising the right to grow wheat and bake bread, we could throw food at them.

HLB

DeadAngel

Personally I pray to God we have a Civil War only 10,000 times more bloody than the last.

USMC0351Grunt

One part of that equation that MANY fail to understand in all the saber rattling glory building up to, is that first moment when metal starts to rip away at your flesh, followed by the intense pain and then the gore, then shock, then second thoughts and your reluctance to understand that there might have been a better solution just before the metal ripping the flesh part. Because once NY type of war starts on our soil, it will be real and it will be final.

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ez

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to… Read more »

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Rob

Wasn’t this article just run recently? What NEW information do you have that we should know?