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The folks at the New York Times may have given USA Today and its infamous “Chainsaw Bayonet” a run for their money.

In a story published Friday, the latest installment in their ongoing assault on our Second Amendment rights, the paper published this gem:

“In an interview, Mr. Keane said he did not view Mr. Richardson’s attendance as an endorsement of his views. Instead, he said he saw it as a good-faith effort to coordinate enactment of the ghost gun regulation, a rule banning the use of high-capacity ‘bump stocks’ later in the year and a new electronic bookkeeping system.”

High-capacity bump stocks!

This is rich!


The story was titled “A.T.F., Agency Crucial to Biden’s Gun Plan, Struggles to Push for Reform.” It’s about what you’d expect from the Times. It was written by reporter Glenn Thrush.

Thrush takes Marvin G. Richardson, the acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, to ATF, to task for attending January’s SHOT Show.

Whatever, Glenn. ATF regulates the firearms industry. It’s not inconceivable they’d attend SHOT since it’s the industry’s largest trade show.


In the meantime, Glenn. You have more pressing concerns, such as finding a high-capacity bump stock?

Why don’t you show us one?

Go ahead. We’ll wait.