It’s Against The Law to Talk About Guns Online?

How would you like to be sentenced to 20 years in jail and pay $1 million in fines for posting a review of your 30 ought 6? Or maybe you made a video of yourself target practicing and you posted it online? (I know I did). Well, now you can cut that out because you are in danger of just that if you don’t get permission for every post you plan to publish beforehand. So basically, it’s against the law to talk about guns online.

A someone who has learned a great deal about firearms online, I can’t understand why our federal government wants to take that away from society. Censoring online gun info will make our communities¬†less safe because the medium [Internet] that was used to train and teach about firearm safety, gun shows, ammunition, tips, etc. is in the process of being outlawed.

This is so preposterous that it actually feels like a joke. It’s hard for me to take it seriously because there’s simply no rhyme or reason to it. Is this an attempt to keep people from posting videos of cops unlawfully shooting citizens of this country?

Maybe that’s far-reaching but at this point I just can’t wrap my head around it. Guess we will have to wait and see what their logic is for this Internet censorship. I’m sure it has all to do with the greater good of humanity, right?

The regulations are posted here. Please leave a message and let them know that this is not OK.

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2 thoughts on “It’s Against The Law to Talk About Guns Online?

  1. It is SO critical that we, as citizens of the USA always have the right to speak, carry and maintain rights to gun ownership. It is something we must make sure we as a people defend. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

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