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Thread: Gun control groups hit Trudeau where it hurts

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    Default Gun control groups hit Trudeau where it hurts

    Nicely put by Matt Gurney....

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    Agreed you can't put it any plainer than that well said but in reference to hitting truedope where it hurts would require testicles on his part. Remember he is a self proclaimed feminist.
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    Gun control is a partnership between liberals and criminals.

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    Gun control does not make sense to a lot of people because they are not looking at the big picture.
    It is a UN agenda and part of the Global Reset to which Trudeau has sworn allegiance.
    Disarm the population to prevent future uprising as they know full well what they intend on implementing in the not so distant future will not be palatable.
    The same is currently happening in the USA under Biden.

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    So the average Canadian voter lives in blissful ignorance that all gun control is simple smoke and mirrors item. Sound about right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Nicely put by Matt Gurney....

    Well he is right the average Canadian cares about safety and security which the Liberals have tried to provide and the Conservative's look like they care about gun owners and not about safety and security. Take it to the next election.

    Oh,oh wait a minute Erin has gone completely dark on this issue as of his last weeks Conference and could only mention the word "hunters" once in a half hour speech and nothing challenging the new gun control laws. Cricket's....

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    Legitimate average Canadian gun owners are safe and secure. No need to keep revisiting it ad nauseum.

    Only Trudeau is concerned about it since it is part of the puppet masters plans.
    Look up the UN agenda.
    Obviously as a gun owner yourself you must be suffering from anxiety since you support JT's agenda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impact View Post
    Legitimate average Canadian gun owners are safe and secure. No need to keep revisiting it ad nauseum.

    Only Trudeau is concerned about it since it is part of the puppet masters plans.
    Look up the UN agenda.
    Obviously as a gun owner yourself you must be suffering from anxiety since you support JT's agenda.
    Not anxious at all , I am a hunter, I have all my guns to use for hunting and I am on a hunting forum.

    If I were an AR 15 owner I might be on another forum complaining I guess.

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    The Cpc certainly has within its strategy to continue being viewed as the party that defends the rights of law abiding gun owners. This bill won’t be strategic ground leading into the election the way c-68 was. They’ll certainly voice opposition. They won’t campaign on overturning it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outdoorlife View Post
    The Cpc certainly has within its strategy to continue being viewed as the party that defends the rights of law abiding gun owners. This bill won’t be strategic ground leading into the election the way c-68 was. They’ll certainly voice opposition. They won’t campaign on overturning it.

    Exactly, the same old, the same old. That is why I will look for somewhere else to park my vote or simply not vote at all. As long as bill C-68 stands, my right to own firearms has been compromised by the need to have a license to do so. Their is a sizable difference between having a right and having a privilege.

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    Last edited by Gun Nut; March 25th, 2021 at 06:54 AM.

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    Don't you get it? You gave no 'right' to own firearms. You have them because the government lets you have them, with some restrictions. A privilege if you will. If 90% of all Canadian voters, for all parties, decide they will be no more, they are gone.

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