Skip to comments.FBI Visiting Gun Shops to Investigate “People Talking About Big Government”
Posted on 04/24/2014 8:30:27 PM PDT by montag813
The same FBI that ignored Russian and Saudi intelligence warnings about the Tsarnaev brothers -- the Boston Marathon jihadists -- and refused to question anyone at their radical mosque, is now visiting a gun store near you to target...conservatives!
That's right, according to a new report, FBI counterterrorism agents are visiting gun shops in South Carolina to investigate suspicious purchases made by people who talk about big government.
(Excerpt) Read more at toprightnews.com ...
Bet the gun shops don’t give out much info about their customers to the FBI.. Good luck with that Obama/Holder.
They have 56 states left and they will need a big notepad...: )
Bet they are just going through the motions per request of Holder and the WH. I’ve been on ghost hunts before myself, interviewed thousands, found out a little info of value, passed it on up the chain, and it still didn’t amount to squat. One man’s paranoia is another’s job security...: )
Tie it to Holder and Obama, try ‘em, impeach ‘em, convict ‘em, and GET ‘EM OUTTA THERE.
The fascists are afraid. Trying to impose Socialism by turning America into a police state.
Should be lots of fun. Have them hold a weapon or show them some binoculars and If they touch something in the store get fingerprints. Should be fun if you get a PI or even one of those do it yourself fingerprint kits and a little internet fun.
hahahahaha. With store surveillance cameras and a little imagination this could get fun.
Remember folks when you are a flea fighting a war that INTEL is the most important thing in the fight. Gee, who knows. Maybe somebody that works with the alphabet agencies would be a patriot and video tape and record some of the breaches of liberty and crap they pull on American citizens.
After all there are all those "promise keepers". bwahahahahaha...
LOL Stupid Feds. We switched to butcher shops for Big Government talk two years ago.
One did. His name is Snowden. He’s now in Russia. Crazy times, eh bro?
Gun Store owner:
“Do you have a warrant?”
“Do we still have free speech in America?”
“Why are you still standing in my store?”
Or maybe everyone on FR should go to every gun shop within range and complain about big government, and if you are fortunate enough to run into an agent while there, look him right in the eye and give him a piece of your mind. Make sure to tell them to stop buying up ammo; they’re not doing anything about the real threats facing this nation, so they might as well leave it for us to shoot up at the range while we try to forget what a horror show our poor republic has become. I might be cathartic, and I’m pretty sure all of us have files by now anyway. After all, most of us have openly supported extremists such as George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson....
Recommend that instead of talking about big government,
we should start talking about stupid government.
How could they possibly have a problem with that ?
When purchasing firearms, I prefer to talk “enemies of God”. For example, I’m looking for a short barelled semi automatic firearm chambered in .308 winchester to repel multiple “enemies of God” that might, hypothetically, be stacked up 6 deep in my door way.
Why don’t we stop pussyfooting around and call them what they are, just replace the FBI on their jackets with an SS.
We really have to stop fooling ourselves into thinking that we actually live in a free country these days. Makes me sick...
“Do you have a warrant?”
“Do you hve probable cause?”
“Do you intend to make a purchase?”
“No to all three? Then leave! NOW!!!”
“I’d like to purchase a billion bullets.”
“Geez, that’s a lot. Can you pay for that many??”
“Sure, I have a big government budget.”
“Mighty suspicious — I think I better call the FBI.”
“Hmmmmmmmmm. You may have a point.”
Press 8 for procurement.
I never saw much point in discussing things at a gun store. I have little use for the wrong or old information.
Constructing tyranny one letter at a time.
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