ATF inflating ‘ghost gun’ numbers hoping Congress inflates its budget

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is counting the number of Google searches for “ghost guns” claiming that the data supports their theory that homemade firearms are skyrocketing in popularity among criminals. The “ghost gun” crisis, which the ATF itself ginned up, appears to be nothing more than the agency’s latest and

Whistleblower: Joe Biden’s ‘crackdown on ghost guns’ based on ATF hoax

Joe Biden repeated some of his most discredited lies about the Second Amendment Monday during a press conference held in the Rose Garden – deer in Kevlar vests, fictitious prohibitions on the right to keep and bear arms, including cannons – but it is the actions he’s taking that are the most worrisome, because

CCRKBA to Biden: Stop repeating lies about the Second Amendment

BELLEVUE, WA – Once again during his remarks about the newest attempt to restrict gun rights, President Joe Biden repeated his already-discredited claim that the Second Amendment historically prevented certain people from buying guns or owning cannons, leaving the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms to encourage Americans to question

Not even ATF can verify ATF’s ‘ghost gun’ claims

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has a unique reputation among federal law enforcement agencies. Quite frankly, the ATF is well known for not always telling the truth. Whether its firearm statistics, after-action reports downplaying the body count of their latest sting to backfire or quotes from senior executives, any information coming

Special Report: Police chief group pushing Bloomberg’s anti-gun propaganda

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) claims to be the world’s largest and most influential professional association for senior police executives, and like many of its members and major donors, it is devoutly anti-gun. An investigation by the Second Amendment Foundation’s Investigative Journalism Project revealed that the top IACP donors include billionaire

Two LASD deputies sue Polymer80 over shooting

Two Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputies who were wounded in an ambush-style shooting have filed a lawsuit against Polymer80, claiming that the weapon used in the shooting "was originally purchased as a kit in California from either Polymer80 or one of Polymer80's third-party distributors, who sold it without performing a background check." The deputies were

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