With so much COVID-19 opportunism going on, the gun stores are getting a slight uptick even if the best social distance is your sight picture.
In the US COVID-19 has become a prepper’s holiday that made people hoard toilet paper and water needlessly because coronavirus is not going to take down the grid or the water supply. Reflect on your anxiety, you don’t need your panic room until the 1% becomes the zombies. You won’t even need your silencer, despite Donald Trump Jr owning shares in a suppressor manufacturer.
And during the PBO years the NRA was flush with Russian money telling you they were gonna grab your stuff and the Feds didn’t come get your stuff. In the current climate of incompetence, stupid things could happen, Note the hoax CT national quarantine message that bots tried to text to people yesterday.
#PanicBuying is not limited to supermarkets and pharmacies.
While food flies off shelves, others with a survivalist bent are on a mission to purchase firearms. More @bopinion: https://t.co/jLjekbgP1U #coronavirus #COVID2019 pic.twitter.com/pstg0JoSBeÃ¢ÂÂ QuickTake by Bloomberg (@QuickTake) March 17, 2020
Ã¢ÂÂ USA TODAY (@USATODAY) March 16, 2020
They had eight years and didn’t do it. You’re more likely to get actual martial law with Trump than any Democrat, simply because Trump might want to stay in office.
The argument broke out when the worker acccused Biden of trying to take away his guns.
Ã¢ÂÂ Natasha Korecki (@natashakorecki) March 10, 2020
Trump is like a cornered animal. If he decides to exploit the coronavirus for racist clout against Asian Americans, foreign nationals, and Latinos, then our country will truly become a fascist dictatorship. He can use martial law and emergency powers to crush us all beneath him.
Ã¢ÂÂ Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) March 9, 2020
That text you're getting is a hoax. Trump is not calling for a national quarantine. https://t.co/B8Jq7djmcD
Ã¢ÂÂ Mother Jones (@MotherJones) March 17, 2020
On Sunday, the White House’s National Security Council put to bed a rumor circulating via text message that the president was planning to invoke the Stafford Act to impose a “two-week mandatory quarantine for the nation.”
Ã¢ÂÂ NSC (@WHNSC) March 16, 2020
Ã¢ÂÂI havenÃ¢ÂÂt seen numbers like this in years,Ã¢ÂÂ said Wes Winkel, the president of the Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association. https://t.co/gRYaN3OFEv
Ã¢ÂÂ Toronto Star (@TorontoStar) March 17, 2020