Yes I have been, regardless of the fact that there is no red flag law here.
A couple years ago I posted a short vid on twitter of me blowing up a watermelon with a 5.56 AR-15 at about 80 yards. I called it the "antifa-melon".
The FBI paid me a visit, but luckily for me it was by two agents I already knew.
I got scolded, not because it was a threat, but because it was incendiary they said. AND, I forgot to scrub the meta data on the file.
It all turned out fine.
He's already said that any new laws have to safeguard the rights of gun owners who are not a threat.
California's red-flag law safeguarded the rights of a MENTALLY ILL gun owner who is not a threat.
Rigidity of thought is what made this country begin its long slide into mediocrity bordering on loserdom.
Yes, and the same people who are so quick to doubt him on Spygate, Border Wall, Illegal Immigration, etc. are the same ones who CHOOSE to doubt him on this one, too.
Some just reflexively screech "shall not infringe" relentlessly. Just like there are some who insist upon wearing their firearms in public very visibly to get a reaction.
Being a responsible gun owner means just that-- responsibility for your actions, for your weapons, for your safety and that of others.
Today was a VERY BAD DAY for craziness in my city. I had to go to the drugstore, and it was like the movie Prince of Darkness.
Every other person was an insane homeless nutter shuffling around barefoot and shouting.
Public mass shootings by the insane are increasing dramatically.
I'm told that the answer is to change the laws on involuntary commitment.
How many years will that take?
And how many people will be murdered by insane mass shooters during that period?
I wish I had an answer for you, Thomas, but I don't. It is beyond frustrating to see things devolving as they are, to know that it doesn't have to be this way, but to be helpless to stop it, to have to depend on gov. to make the difference.
The only thing about it that gives me hope is that Trump and like-minded political allies of his are working on it.
Faster, please, but get it right.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.