Quote of the Day
Was at my local gun shop again yesterday. I’m not exaggerating when I say that there was a minyan of religious Jews inside within 20 minutes after the store opened. And I’ll say it again: Jews arming up like this is the effective end of the gun control movement in America.
Jake Novak @jakejakeny
Tweeted on November 11, 2023
I’m not sure this is the definitive indicator of the end of the gun control movement in America. If I were to place a stake in the political landscape and say, “This is point of no return for the gun control movement.”, I would place it at October 26th, 2020. This is the day the U.S. Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett as an associate justice to the U.S. Supreme Court as a replacement for Justice Ginsberg.
Still, large numbers of people from any group that usually votes for anti-gun politicians buy guns is a push in the right direction down a slippery slope. Gun ownership is a “gateway drug” to a more individualistic mindset.
In a recent discussion with brother Doug he reported something he had read on a forum somewhere indicating that gun ownership doesn’t necessarily mean voting against the political left. As he reported it:
Jews will continue to vote for the political left as they are being loaded into the box cars.
I don’t know how much truth there is in that claim, but it is worth further observation of Jewish voting habits as the Hamas supporters in this country continue to show their bloody intentions.