FBI Admits All Registered Motorcycle Owners Are On Classified Gang List.
After a few moments of introduction, Lancaster bluntly asked the following question,” Mr. Cornia, if I were to make the statement, all registered motorcycle owners are currently showing on a classified FBI gang list, would the statement be true or false?
Cornia responded by saying, “That would be a true statement, the FBI has been collecting and compiling Department of Motor Vehicles and Drivers License Division records for the purpose of adding those that own motorcycles to a classified gang list since 1994.
Yeah I know a redundant question. It’s just fun to watch them paint themselves into a corner they can’t get out of.
Misfires and Light Strikes has the chilling details.
“Any 5.56 round” is “a challenge for officer safety,” he said. Jones asked lawmakers to help in a review of a 1986 bill written to protect police from so-called “cop killer” rounds that largely exempted rifle ammo like the 5.56 because it has been used by target shooters, not criminals.
The reality of the situation is that there isn’t a rifle round out there I am aware of that won’t penetrate your standard officer’s vest as most are rated to stop 9mm or .357 Magnum. Some will go up to .44 Magnum, but at increased weight and discomfort. For rifle proof vests officers would have to strap on 10 to 15 pounds of ceramic plates like our soldiers in Afghanistan.
Banning a popular round for the most popular rifle in America will be the proverbial camel’s nose under the tent that the anti-civil rights activists have been trying to get in place for a long time. Do not think this is out of ignorance. The anti-rights faction is well aware that rifle rounds pass through soft vests with ease. Once they get one banned under this guise the rest follow and with it the arms to use them. An added benefit is this will greatly reduce hunting nationwide a goal many anti-rights activists share with anti-hunters.
Fortunately such a ban may be difficult without Congressional approval. The last attack to ban ammunition via administrative fiat may have been able to work had it not gained so much attention. However this does not mean we can relax, in fact we must be more vigilant than ever. We must also engage in education outreach to both the general public and legislators regarding rifle bullets and what they do. Finally we must push for stronger legislative protections against administrative bans as was recently tried. Yes, we have the Second Amendment but courts are still either outright ignoring or pushing the boundaries of the Heller and McDonald decisions. So it would be best to have a comprehensive approach rather than take a chance something may slip through.
Blue Collar Prepping reminds you to check your gear regularly. Commander Zero provides a lesson as to why you should.
I should note that Commander Zero is one squared away individual, but he still learns something new on occasion and he’s not shy about sharing. The fine folks who write for Blue Collar Prepping are also in various stages of learning and being squared away. I recommend both sites for those interested in being prepared.
No matter your feelings about Massad Ayoob, you can’t argue with his expertise in the area of judicial use of force. One controversy that keeps coming up is trigger modifications. Ayoob pens and answer to this issue here. TLDR: Factory spec or slightly heavier, lighter is a nightmare .