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It was almost the perfect plan. And if it weren’t for those darned kids at the FBI, Michael Bloomberg might have gotten away with it.
By all accounts, the billionaire dropped at least $20M through his various anti-Second Amendment groups in an effort to get Ballot Question 1 passed in Nevada. The proposal would require virtually all private transfers of gun ownership to be contingent on an FBI background check. And on election day, the measure passed. Great news for gun grabbers, right?
Well… it was. That is to say, things were looking good until the FBI came along and said they wouldn’t be participating in the program. (RGI)
n a statement, the attorney general’s office said, “without this central feature (the FBI background check), the Background Check Act cannot commence.”
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: butcherguy
I'd do for 9 million.
And if I did it, I would have kept the guns that I bought.