Quote of the day—Brandon Soderman

You will increasingly see the gun prohibitionists now attempt to utilize the private sector to chill the Second Amendment since they can’t use governmental power to do so.

Over the next year when magazine bans and AWBs are struck down in the courts under the THT test you will witness a push to shame gun manufactures (we’ve seen a taste of that in congress), push shippers to refuse to ship firearms and accessories that democrats want to ban but can’t, and push the banking system to make gun purchases are difficult as possible.

The battle will now be shifting from the court system to the court of public opinion, it’s all they have left. We’re on the offensive now and they know it. Don’t take this as a sign of weakness on our side, but as a sign of their desperation as they get pushed back into the hole they crawled out of for another generation.

They’re desperate, take this sign for what it is and hold on tight. You’re about to witness a lash out like you’ve never seen.

Brandon Soderman
Facebook comment on September 7, 2022
[I think this is more than plausible.

We live in interesting times. Prepare appropriately.—Joe]


7 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Brandon Soderman

  1. Thanks Brandon! It’s the communists themselves that is helping to win in the court of public opinion. Them starting into their lawless phase cows most countries. We just buy guns.
    Hell, even Bill Maher was talking about the virtue of having guns for home defense. And that an AR-15 was very good for such.
    And thank you Joe for pushing things so hard in the court system!
    We should always keep in mind though. Communists never lose gracefully. And stupid never sleeps.

  2. Along that thought process. We live in a world where everything you do will be recorded and if it is recorded it can be used against you. And if everything does not include everything that will be fixed.

    “A credit card categorization code that could improve the tracking of gun sales was approved by an international panel that sets standards for the payments industry, according to New York City Comptroller Brad Lander and Amalgamated Bank.”

    “The International Organization for Standardization, based in Geneva, Switzerland, approved the bank’s application for a merchant category code for gun and ammunition stores to use when processing transactions, according to news releases from both Amalgamated and Lander. A merchant category code is a four-digit number used by credit card companies to classify businesses. It typically indicates the types of services or goods being sold to consumers. ”


    • We’re mostly there. I used to always have change in my pocket up to about 10 years ago. Now I almost never use coins for anything and mostly use a card.

      I expect that they will just let it fade away until merchants themselves decide to discontinue using cash due to lack of demand. Even today using cash could be considered a red flag.

      One advantage of cards is that it solves the wheelbarrow problem.

      In addition, you can only hide in plain sight if you appear to be completely like everyone else. You don’t want to do anything to stand out.

      • The other advantage of cards, to the government, is that they can make your ability to buy stuff disappear at the click of a mouse.

        • Of course, and I don’t know what a solution is as we go more and more digital in everything. Which is why I said hide in plain sight.

          For example, take your phone which is like having a personal detective assigned to you.

          From the phone location data and a master database of all other phones authorities can get a complete itinerary of where you are and who you have interacted with 7/24/365 at almost zero cost.

          Using cash in a transaction will not hide what you purchased, because the store will also have a digital record which can then be synced with your proximity to the checkout. Then add in traffic cameras, parking lot cameras, and instore surveillance.

          We’re going to be living in a world where privacy is a veneer of laws that do not apply to authorities. And where there are loopholes they will be fixed.

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