California Passes Controversial Anti-Gun Bill that Exceeds Even Gavin Newsom’s Expectations

Gun rights die on the left coast, at least until they can be contested and overturned in court, and California is the epicenter. It’s called the Mordor, or civilian disarmament.

The California capitol building, unlike most state capitols, does not have a dome over it. Instead, it has a tower with an all-seeing eye that scans the environment for new and imaginative methods to violate residents’ Second Amendment rights.

How did you believe they could stay ahead of every other state and maintain their Giffords A rating?

One of the most recent hoplophobic plans devised by the California Assembly was to prohibit police departments and other public agencies from selling firearms, ammo, and body armor that they no longer require in order to cover the expense of upgrading and purchasing new equipment.

While the law would have permitted sales if dealers agreed not to resell the equipment to customers, legislators evidently feared that some of it would still end up in the hands of civilians, who would then use it to, you know, keep and bear guns. And we all know that’s not going to happen.

While California Governor Gavin Newsom has never found a gun control bill he couldn’t support, he now has greater, more pressing issues. He’s very busy positioning himself as the go-to choice to run for President in 2024 if and when the desiccated husk that currently sits behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office (when he’s awake) is finally deemed entirely non-functional or simply fails to wake up one morning.

That image makeover has necessitated Newsom taking some unusual actions in order to look more centrist and “reasonable” in order not to frighten too many horses if and when his name emerges on a national ballot next November.

To that purpose, the scumbag Governor recently vetoed measures that would have decriminalized hallucinogenic mushrooms, abolished caste-based discrimination and authorized cannabis cafes…He would never have made these moves if he hadn’t been aiming for higher office.

The latest in his series of “Hey, I’m just a regular guy like you, Joe Sixpack!” moves was his veto of a bill that would have prohibited the sale of old guns and gear. Newsom maintains that his sole objective was economic restraint and preventing agencies from spending too much tax money. If you believe that, we have a bridge across San Francisco Bay that we would like to discuss with you.

Here’s the letter he wrote to his ideological colleagues at the building under the large eye.