35 Burst results for "ATF"

Mark Walters: Why Gun Owners Don't Trust the FBI

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Mark Walters: Why Gun Owners Don't Trust the FBI

"One of the things that is happening and this ties into what's happening with the FBI. Mark, I read at least part of a column earlier that was written by John a lot, a good friend of yours often on your program. And John lott basically detailed in great specificity in his column the parts that I read that the FBI under counts by a factor of three, this is and Mark, I was on this program yesterday on my Gallagher show telling people how, why we need to dismantle the FBI in my opinion and exactly how to do it. And I think this is another reason. Because I feel like these people are an extension of the Democrat party at this point, frankly, I mean, we have some rank and file that are coming out as whistleblowers, but you're talking about .04%. 14 of them are. But I want to I want you to gun owners. That's why gun owners don't trust the FBI. We don't trust the ATF. We know that these institutions have been weaponized. Gun owners have been fighting this battle from a weaponized government, a Democrat establishment government and the machine for many, many years, including as you well know, the mainstream press, the mainstream media has been attacking gun owners unfairly for decades. And we don't trust it when we see it. And I think that what happened to Donald Trump is a great example. It's going to backfire on the Democrats. No question about that. What we saw with the ATF, which was broken up my news division at armed American news, when the ATF showed up at the guy's house in Delaware, wanting to see his guns with no warrant, these things put, I'll use their term red flags, but as gun owners, these are red flags to us that these institutions are being weaponized, and we don't trust them. And nor should we. And all we are is law abiding citizens who are being attacked and John points this out and not just that column, but many other columns. John did excellent work in the column that you're referring to.

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Erich Pratt and Doug Unpack the Latest Gun Legislation

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:44 min | Last month

Erich Pratt and Doug Unpack the Latest Gun Legislation

"They're trying to stop me from selling my neighbor a gun. Or in that's exactly what they're doing. And to do so, what the gun control groups won't tell you is the only way and it was all Gabby Giffords group and some others, you know, website basically saying, the only way to actually enforce that is to have registration. The only way to enforce to know that if I'm selling a gun or it shows up later is to have a registration of that transaction. Here's what they did. And Eric, this is just beyond understanding in the Senate. How this actually got through. They took it from where it was basically if you did it for a livelihood or gain profit, the two prongs here, and they took out basically livelihood. They took out the base for what we'll call the financial game party and only said if you have a profit and even basically they gutted it too, tell people how this really is going to affect because I'm not sure even to this day John cornyn and some of the others actually looked at this bill. This was the best slide of hand by the Democrats on gun control in 50 years. No, you're absolutely right. It was really disgusting what happened. Basically, the only way that you could get around this provision that we're talking about is for you to give away your firearms, which you might do as a dad or a grandfather and passing them out to your children and grandchildren as an inheritance. But otherwise, you're absolutely right. If you make a profit on your gun, then they'll come to you and say, well, did you have an FFL? And if not, you're in big trouble. You know, senator Chris Murphy, who was, of course, one of the guys on the left who was spearheading this and was working this with senator cornyn Republican of Texas. As the bill was being passed, he went on MSNBC and he said, that this provision alone, the one that we're talking about is going to cause thousands of more gun sales in the country to go through the background check system. And that's ultimately what the dream of the anti gun left is is to register every gun sale, every gun in America, ATF, has already admitted that they have almost 900 million records that are digitized. They have almost a billion records and 900 million are digitized. So pushing for more gun sales to have a 44 73 form gives the ATF a record of almost every gun sale and provides them the list that let's face it. That can become a future gun confiscation list.

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Maj Toure: Dems Have Openly Said They Want to Overstep

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Maj Toure: Dems Have Openly Said They Want to Overstep

"Truth One of the tricks of manipulating the masses is whether I say it and you think it's a joke or whether I say it and you think it's me being ignorant the reality is comically I told you exactly I was honest They've been telling us through you know hook and crook word and deed we are coming to stop the American people from having the means to defend themselves We would like to circumnavigate the Second Amendment We want to have that backdoor registry You see what just happened with the ATF showing up this guy's house in Delaware This is not we all seem like we are you know we got a crystal balls in our House but the reality is we just do this a history And we see what the overreaching government does And so they're doing it this way now and they're doing it more boldly and again in their word indeed but it's some additions there They're not just saying oh the assault band thing is because he is an assault weapon They're saying that in their adding it's like a pork filled Bill That's exactly what they're doing We just have to stay the course and make sure that we are calling them out maintaining our liberties being very loud about it Freedom people tend to be quiet because we're reserved We're silent professionals at certain points The silent majority has to be the vocal majority and that's what

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Julie Kelly: There Was Massive Involvement by FBI on Jan. 6th

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Julie Kelly: There Was Massive Involvement by FBI on Jan. 6th

"What's in your I hate the expression heart of hearts but my mother used to say it all time What's in your heart of hearts You think there was some involvement there Oh I think there was massive involvement by the FBI not just that day but months leading up to it We know from New York Times reporting at least two informants were run into the Proud Boys organization I have motions filed by defense attorneys in the oath keepers case that they at least 20 FBI ATF agents undercover were near some of those descendants early that day And so what's most fascinating Dan is when senator Ted Cruz confronted Jill Sanborn one of the top chief counter terrorism chief at the FBI Asked her point blank twice How many FBI undercover agents are informants were either engaged in or provoked Violent conduct on January 6th she wouldn't answer the question Now if none of them did it would be a no brainer The answer is no of course that senator we don't tolerate that the FBI did men and women blah blah blah She didn't say anything like that She refused to answer There's no follow-up from her now 6 months later since she refused to answer those questions But look we have to look no further than the Whitmer FBI capacity kidnapping I call it the fed camping hoax Were you had multiple not just multiple FBI undercover agents and informants Dan They were working out of numerous FBI field offices This was an expensive and expansive operation to entrap these men and a jury in April occluded two of them and had a hundred on the other two after defense attorneys successfully argued they had been entrapped by this FBI That was October of 2020 Just a few months before January 6th in the same guy running that operation was made to the D.C. FBI office in mid October 2020 So lots of parallels there but you know what the FBI is capable of

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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Does Hard Work for a Given Community Pay Off in the End?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Does Hard Work for a Given Community Pay Off in the End?

"How much does reality matter? Because you look at the four years of my old boss in The White House, president Trump, after if you look at lowest unemployment for blacks and Hispanics since record keeping began, you look at the first step act, the first serious prison Reform Act in years, if not decades, which should give him some credit with this population, but it seems nugatory. Yes, he got more votes, but does hard work for a given community actually pay off the dividends of popularity two or four years later. I would say absolutely, yes. Because failing to do that means you're guaranteed to not ever get any of those votes. You can't get votes from people if you don't show up and talk to them. I'll say this, even what you mentioned with president Trump, all right? If you all were consulting me three or four years ago. It's fine, you didn't. But if you were. Here's what I would say. As somebody who's lived in and around cities, my entire life, I would be more interested in hearing the Trump campaign tout the efforts of operation legend than the first step act. Okay, explain that. So I'm sure as you know in many of your listeners know, operation legend was a joint federal initiative, FBI, DoJ, ATF, that I believe it was a 9 cities, including Chicago, and I believe St. Louis and a number of other cities where, I mean, they were having issues with crime within the cities. It was named after legend, who I think was shot, not intentionally, but was the victim of a drive by shooting. And the purpose of it was to get guns off the street to get violent criminal suspects off the street. And I think over the course of 5, 6 months, there were over 450 homicide arrests. A number of arrests for illegal guns and those types of things that really impact communities on a granular level.

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NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell Speaks on Subway Shooter

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 5 months ago

NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell Speaks on Subway Shooter

"All right here comes the commissioner Here we go And a hatchet Also found is a liquid we believe to be gasoline and a bag containing consumer grade fireworks and a hobby fuse About an hour ago detectives located a U haul van in Brooklyn that we believe is connected to the suspect At this time we still do not know the suspect's motivation Clearly this individual boarded the train and was intent on violence We are conducting a highly coordinated investigation that includes NYPD detectives The FBI NYPD joint terrorism task force and the ATF who have been instrumental in tracing the firearm and ballistics The suspect is a dark skinned male and was wearing a neon orange vest and a gray colored sweatshirt We do have a person of interest in this investigation But we need the public assistance with additional information We're asking anyone with information to call crime stoppers at 805 7 7 tips We know this incident is of grave concern to New Yorkers We can not lose sight of victims in this city We will use every resource we can to bring those to justice who continue to prey on the citizens of New York

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Biden to nominate new ATF director, release ghost gun rule

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Biden to nominate new ATF director, release ghost gun rule

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"He was out of the club about four years, and he had called up on, I would get all his jail calls. And I could tell the guy was kind of making a change in his life and decided to kind of turn it around. So when it came time for the RICO, which ricos aren't easy and they don't come about very quickly. So it took us a couple of years to finally put it together. And when we arrested him, he had already been out of the club for about four years. And he just said he saw me at the, we were sitting down at the arraignment, and he looks over at the hells angel guys from Rockford and he says, who's that biker like a guy with a ponytail on there? Like, oh, that's Chris and he's like, what's with Chris? He goes, he was our prospect. And they're like, he's like, and he's an ATF agent, and they're like, he's like, F minus on that one, guys. That was fucking bad. So he's kind of shaking his head. So eventually he got through his lawyer he called the U.S. attorney said, I'm going to come in on myself. I'll plead to I'll take my licks and move on. So he came in, gave up what he had done. And we were like, fine. Some of it we had pretty much all of it we had right. Mel does his podcast. He says, they had a bunch of it wrong, but now Mel, be honest. We had the majority of it right, but he ended up pleading to, I think he got a 111 months to start. And then after we allow our main drug witness ended up getting murdered against the other guys, so those other guys got it's called a sea agreement in the RICO. So they got the picture predicate acts. And so they ended up doing about 5 years and the judge felt compelled to give Mel the same amount of time..

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"And so he writes in his memorandum of opinion and order, which at the end of the order, he finds it isn't racist, and we're not selectively prosecuting anybody. But he can't help but get off the, I think it's racist anyway component, even though there's no evidence to show that he decided it is anyway. So it is response he puts down here. He goes, it's undisputed in 2006 and 2013, the defendant's charge in the district and the ATF fake stash house cases were 78% black, 9% Hispanic and 11% white. During the same period of time the district adult population was approximately 18% black, 11% Hispanic and 63% white. He goes, these numbers generate great disrespect for law enforcement's efforts. So I had to sit now on my kitchen table. And my daughter comes down. She's having her cereal. And she's at University of Wisconsin Madison. She's an engineer now. So she reads the first paragraph, and she goes, do you need to take a math class to be a federal judge? And I go, I don't know why. She goes, well, this judge would have flunked math. She goes, you can't use the general population as denominator in your statistical analysis. She goes, in fact, she goes off with her whole soliloquy. She goes, the premise of his statistical analysis is wrong. You can't use percentage of populations of demographic. Anyone who had elementary statistics could tell you that. She was obviously, you don't need math to be a judge. She goes, how many women she are in that judicial district? I go, well, 50% of the population is women. He goes, no women in stash house cases, huh? I go, no, not a one. She goes, well, then you guys are sexist. She goes, how many Pacific islanders you got? And I go, none. She goes, yes. What I thought racist. She goes in no Asian people. I said, no, not in Chicago. She goes, well, then you guys are sexist and actually more ageist because the general age of the home invasion robbers were probably between 25 and 36. She goes, this is nonsense. She goes, I would give that guy an F minus if he was in my math class. And I started laughing. But again, this is the misinformation that's been put out by the chief judge. Now at the end of it, he decides, you know what? All right, you guys are right. You're not in trapping anybody. It's not entrapment. There's no outrageous government conduct. There is no selector prosecution. But you know what? It just stinks like racism. Like, well, I don't really give a fuck judge if it stinks. It's not. Well, the whole thing is, is that, you know, look, there is a Supreme Court ruling. And I used to remind our county attorneys of this and some other folks. The Supreme Court said you can use trickery and chicanery in an investigation..

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"And then you got the paperwork in the background to do all that. We had like a newspaper article. I had about their death. I had just stuff you have, we call it just wallet clutter. You know, I put it in my undercover truck because they would go through it and they'd see shit, you know, stuff to make sure that it matches to what your story is. So what happened with this dude, how did you get how did you extricate yourself? Steve, that's a big word that means how did you get out of it? Well, thank you. Thank you, dad. I started pretty much kissing his ass. After that. Man, you're the best creamer forever. Whatever you are, you set the standard frog, you know, I really, I just started freaking, you know, you know, just talking to the guy and kind of basically after a while talking my way through it, you know, but fortunately he started smoking weed right away and he started getting back into the dough. Killed a few brain cells, and that was the end of that memory. So those guys, they might not have gone to college, but they got that PhD in criminal activity, man. They know what's in their heart. They're very smart. Smell that shit out, man. Especially coming right out of prison like that. Oh, yeah. Yeah, the guy was, he was hardcore. So how did you make the decision to bring operation iron horse to an end at what point did you say enough we have enough? I tell you what I talked to spuds or Don York, we call them spuds. The ATF case agent. He's like, man, get the full patch and do all that stuff. I go, really, we have everything, you know, we kind of need it would just be for kind of almost gimmicky just to get the full patch. I go, but if you guys want me to stay I'll do it..

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"It was still blood on it. He says, I heard you buy gold here and he pours it out on the counter. Now, we were the FBI done one of those sneaky peeks where they had gone in and wired the place up for audio and video. So Lugo's in and we're watching in the room, the monitoring room with the FBI office downtown. I go, my guy is going to be in the inner sanctum on the first meet and they're like, no fucking way he's never going to get in. I'm like, I bet you lunch. Sure enough, Lou goes in, dumps the teeth, and he's like right into the inner sanctum. I'm like almost immediately. And I was like, that's my guy. You know, it's like your kid takes his first step or something. Well, I think the difference culturally too is in the way you think. And look, we all dog the FBI. And because it's state law. Actually, we're required to four times an episode. But I think culturally, though, it's the way that you think. I mean, the FBI does some great things. My sister in law is an FBI agent. It got a lot of good friends on the bureau, but they have a different way of thinking about things, but the thing I think I've always enjoyed working with ATF, especially like I said, we were doing some of the gun cases and felon, you know, you get a felon and a possession of a farm. We could get them 5 years federal time. No longer our problem, right? So we would have unique ways to do that. I always like the way you guys thought about it because it's like, I can't imagine an FBI guy going, oh, well, we can't get the teeth. We need to get authorization. And you guys are like, hey, I'm going to borrow those teeth. You might get them back, you might not. I'll see you later. But the thought of just coming in with The Crown royal bag and just dumping teeth with blood on it and gold filling. It's just like, man, that's magic. Pull that off. I mean, this look and everything. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Yeah. That was a total.

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Is It Time for a Complete Overhaul of ATF? Erich Pratt Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:09 min | 8 months ago

Is It Time for a Complete Overhaul of ATF? Erich Pratt Explains

"Is it time for a complete overhaul of ATF? You know, that's an interesting question that's been debated by a lot of Second Amendment activists, because you get rid of the agency, there's still the laws in place that require the job to be done that they're doing. So let me just argue. We don't do away with ATF, but there's another agency that I would like to see redone or reimagine. That's called the core of engineers, okay? The deals with our water and everything else. But is there a way to take the ATF, get it back to its core competencies and not have it be a lightning rod for the Second Amendment issues? Well, you know, I think one thing you were saying earlier, there are some good people at the ATF. I mean, there are whistleblowers that come out. There are some people that we work with. I mean, there are. But typically it's been corrupt from the top down. And that's one reason why we so strenuously, oh my goodness fought to keep David chipman who was just an anti gun zealot from being confirmed. And I'll tell you that. That right there shows that the American people voicing their concerns can make a difference because there's no reason why in a Democrat Senate. I mean, I know it's 50 50, but with Kamala, you get the tie breaker. There's no reason why he shouldn't have been confirmed. I mean, just look at every judge that Biden puts up. They all get confirmed 51 50, okay? This should have been no different except we raised such a stink. And it wasn't just us. Other gun groups too, but just rallying the grassroots made a huge difference. And so not only did we keep the squishy Republicans against camp, but we even pulled even people beyond Joe Manchin of West Virginia. There were some other senators who were also saying, I just can't go with

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The State of 2nd Amendment Rights With Erich Pratt

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:17 min | 8 months ago

The State of 2nd Amendment Rights With Erich Pratt

"Gun rights? In the United States right now? Well, I think we've got challenges. There's assaults all over the place on our rights. However, at the same time, a lot of good things are happening. And so it might be good just to really talk about both things. I mean, we are under assault in certain areas. I mean, we may have talked about this on your radio show, but the ATF registration. This is a huge issue. And the left knows it's a big issue. I'll explain why. First just a little backstory. Last year, gun owners gun owners of America leaked the story that the Biden administration was accumulating records. Now we have known for really decades that ATF has been collecting records, but we found that in one year, they had collected 54 million records. And that's a pretty stunning number. And so let's stop right there for just a second. Let's look at that sink in. You know, sometimes in life we pass by, we don't smell the roses. I want people to understand is 54 million records in the last year you said, is that correct? Yeah, in one year. And that was stunning. It is stunning and today on a totally separate note. I mean, this is something I felt with in D.C. and my judiciary committee days forever. We're finding the CIA is keeping databases as well. This is not something people need to pass by. So as you take into account who in the podcast, 54 million continue from there. So I want to say, first of all, I'm very grateful to representative cloud of Texas because he took that information the 54 billion. Sorry, that number. And millions, billions, when you're in Washington, the numbers blur. Anyway, we'll talk about it. So he took that information with 51 other representatives, they demanded an accounting from the ATF. Well, what they got back was even more stunning because Biden's ATF admitted that they had almost 1 billion records in their possession. It's almost as if

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The Nuts and Bolts of Purchasing a Suppressor With Brandon Maddox

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 8 months ago

The Nuts and Bolts of Purchasing a Suppressor With Brandon Maddox

"We sort of hopefully laid out the fact that a suppressor is simply nothing more than an accessory used to lower the decibels. Less recall. Again, no problem here. It doesn't improve accuracy. If you can't shoot straight, you got a problem to start with press ring on helping. These kind of things like rain shooting that kind of thing. But now we also laid out that it's very hard and I'm gonna say very hard. I'm gonna make that statement, you don't have to. So if ATF is listing blind Doug Collins, not Brandon matics, okay? I think it's way too hard to purchase a suppressor in this country. And especially with the paperworks out of it, and you brought up something just a minute ago that many of the class very losses, those kind of thing, they use a trust. So let's start off at ground zero. If you're looking at this right now, do you have to do an elaborate setup if Joe Smith out there listening to the podcast, and he said, you know, I've had this 9 millimeter. I have this other one. I want to put a suppressor on it. Do they have to go set up a big financial situation to do it? Has that gotten better? Walk us through that. Yeah, good question. So I should almost take a step back. The best analogy that I've come up with is think of buying a suppressor is very analogous to say buying your truck. The only difference is you get to leave the lot with your truck. And obviously with a suppressor you don't. But in simplest terms, it's a title transfer. So the title of ownership of the suppressor per the ATF is in our hands. So when a suppressor is made, and if we're the manufacturer, it's in our name, or if we buy one, it's put into our name through the other dealer. So we hold title to the suppressor. All the paperwork we do we're asking the feds to retitle the ownership from us the dealer to you the customer. And they'll do a background check to approve that. And once they approve it, the silencer central's business model is we mail it to your front door. So we're fortunate to have licenses in all 42 states where the suppressors are

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"atf" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

GunGuyTV: A Firearms

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

"And that that was it by nineteen ninety eight they said. Hey we're going to rewrite. We're gonna make it fully competent comprehensive and i was part of the group that we wrote that and we wrote a six and a half day gun block and they laughed at headquarters. Said what are you kidding. We'll give you three and a half days. I personally told the headquarters guy. Well in you're going to have to pick out what you don't think they need after. I got a lecture about nice to know a need to know they picked out what they thought was nice to know and gave him the remaining sixty percent and for twenty five years now twenty four years of. That's what agents have been taught in my humble opinion. Sixty a little over half what they need to know to be fully competent on firearms in munition. And that explains a lot of what's going on out there today again. No fault of their own personally but If you're familiar with a lot of concepts that we teach in firearm technology you can go ask the average. Atf employees and they have no idea what you're talking about. They weren't fully trained. And it's a shame showed starting tomorrow morning. You're going to be teaching three day. Seminar which is actually a seminar which is part of the learning process not holding process at the alcohol police permit. Yes and i'm going to be there even though it's gonna drive you nuts but i'm gonna be the and i'm gonna drive every minute. Drive your your buddy dawn. While i'm there to that guy okay. How does that educational process. How does what you teach. compare to. What an atf. Agent would be taught in the academy about firearms today if you were to compare apples apples to apples here. Are we even comparing apples apples. Yeah i mean. When i retired i went on from atf and did a couple of years. Compliance auditor develop a training program and was one of their compliance auditors for kabila's corporation was the biggest firearm retailer in the united states. A and now they're even bigger because bass pro bottom and now it's four times bigger but we. We taught the training program. I gave them which was the whole one hundred percent that the other guys and i wrote in one thousand ninety eight. Atf academy and they wanted it. All the t- after forty percent out exactly so when i left cabela's They got all the training and they didn't need anymore so they found an excuse to send you. Can you can go now. Which was great. Because i was able to start my company and what we decided to do. My company said we're gonna make this one hundred percent of this training available to the entire gun industry all of law enforcement and to the legal profession attorneys and private citizens. There's nothing in it that's classified. It's not secret so anybody who wants to learn and be fully competent can come through it either. Live or online. So we're going to do that tomorrow the next day and the next day and the way it works. Is this if you go through those three days and actually learn it once. You learn it and we're going to make sure anybody that wants to can because get access to videos afterwards Quizzes review three hundred sixty seven pages of printed material with a lot of photos..

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"atf" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

GunGuyTV: A Firearms

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

"With these kinds of things with the current administration in washington and these kinds of roads that atf is going down. Do you see more of this coming. Yes More antigun measures in general. Yes every time you turn around you see where some anti-gun politician has proposed another bill that limits or taxes or bam's something to do with another type of firearm. So yeah it's been going on I've been gun enthusiast. Since the seventies and i remember you know the drive against saturday night specials while small handguns. I'm not even going to name some of them give somebody newfound ideas that they forgot about. But it's been constant on-going thing for several decades. I don't see it stopping anytime soon. I want to loop back to the pistol thing and the reason i want to back to it. It's something we were talking about. I think at lunch today is the idea that over the years now. Atf's has convoluted this by writing. A letter saying yeah. This part is okay and then we changed her mind. That part's not okay. This part is okay but kind of well. This part is okay but only if you make it that way those kinds of things and when an actuality you and i both know i only know it because you taught me that what we would call an air pistol has already been nfa for a very long time. I wasn't gonna go there but we are. We already know that any given time they could have called it what it was but they didn't which leads me to ask the question. Why do does atf to agents today. Atf actually know what they're talking about and if they don't why not in a short answer for the most part no. I'm going to say this. The vast majority of agents let me put it this way. There's two kinds of atf agents from my observation. When i was on the job the vast majority of them are the kind that want to catch the bad guys and they have their heart right place and wilder at it. If they get a promotion or they get some press will. That's okay too. Then you have the atf. Agents who are there to get the promotions and the press and while they're at it if they catch a bad guy. Well that's all right to that wasn't really what they were after. You have the climbers and the workers But as far as the good ones the ones that i appreciate the people who are law enforcement officers that are doing their job. How much do they know about guns very little and not because it's their fault I was on staff at. Atf's academy nine hundred ninety eight. I was there for five years and proud when i came through. Atf basic academy in one thousand nine eight which hate to give you that date but yeah it was right. Where's similar age so yeah Back in that date when you came through the atf. Academy you've got one eight hour day a firearm recognition and classification technology training..

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"atf" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

GunGuyTV: A Firearms

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

"Some old cnn are some curious relics collector's item. That's worth tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars until five minutes ago when the guy started carbon in it right. Wow these are the ripple effect said. I'm not so sure anybody in. Atf has sat and thought through or if they have they don't care But these are going to be the ripple effects when this if it takes okay. You're not an attorney. And i know that i want to say that out loud. Dan is not an attorney. But i'm going to ask your educated Opinion this survive constitutional mustard. Is it survive court challenges. They're going to be a lot of court challenges there are even more ripple effects that are going to become apparent once all these nuances are actually put in black and white nuances. That are going to have to support all. This haven't even been written down yet. I don't know what they're going to be. But i guarantee you there are going to be a lot of them and some of them are going to be contradict the contradictory each other. And they're not going to be workable so it's going to get utterly ridiculous. Your knowledge of federal laws is astounding. Will you look at the. Npr n but it right n. p. new proposed rulemaking. Thank you when you look at the new rules with your knowledge of federal law. Do they line up with what the federal law says or are they off the reservation. Well the procedure of writing. Npr am and then the procedures has to go through to become a law. That's been a thing for a long time. What they're saying in this one is okay what we considered a receiver on many models of guns. A didn't actually satisfy the definition of a receiver for the last forty eight years until this retired. Atf agent started pointing that out by telling the truth in federal coroner who that could have been right and then he's the bad guy because he told that truth there are some truth. They don't want out there. But if you just read the law while this is what it says. I'm sorry How are they able to do this. I was taught that laws were passed by congress and signed into law by the president. Not that regulatory agencies could make up things that were had the force ineffective law. But obviously what i was taught was incorrect. So i'm struggling with struggling with how they actually can have the authority to do that. Well what they're doing is writing a new definition and they have the authority to write definitions. They've written all the definitions in the gun. Control act and the nfl. There's a bunch of other stuff. Atf is doing. You got the whole pistol air pistol thing. You got the bump stock thing which currently in court going on with those Well the brace issue you know the the pistol with braces. There's that other. npr am. That's already passed the public comment period. Now going through..

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"atf" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"A journalist a reporter he worked for a while for the washington free beacon covering gundy's and he decided to break out on his own and start a site called the reload. Stephen gatow ski has some of the best second amendment sources in the country inside and outside the nra within the atf and others. He is a trusted reporter. When you read or listen to or watch coverage on the news about the second amendment more often than not the person who's covering the story a nose. Not the first thing about a firearm. You can tell by how often they call a magazine. A clip seeven. is a firearms instructor. He knows guns. He is active in the second amendment community. And he's a reporter and he's taken those skills together and built a sources and he has done something tremendous. He's been on this program a couple of times now talking about david chipman. David chipman is or was joe biden's nominee to be director of the atf multiple sources. I'm reading from the reload. Now stephen site the reload dot com. If you care anything about the second amendment you should subscribe to the reload because the news is better more thorough more accurate and more cutting edge. Recent current stuff than anywhere. You're going to get anywhere else. The reload dot com. I'm not getting paid to say that. I'm just telling you i'm a subscriber. I paid to be a subscriber and it is fantastic. Multiple sources have told politico the washington post and cnn. The white house plans to withdraw president biden's domination of david chipman. After failing to garner fifty votes in the senate chipman was unable to secure support for even the democratic caucus after a contentious confirmation hearing and a series of reload stories of allegations of racism on his part coming. From former atf agents the reload stories led to calls from republicans for new hearings and a whistleblower report being filed with the ranking member of the senate judiciary committee in august a black former atf. Agent told the reload that shipman had falsely accused the black former agent of cheating on a promotion assessment because he believed the agent had done to well on a section of the examination. I couldn't believe it when it happened. The agent said but when i read about his other comments in my mind i was like that mother beep. That's what happened. he said. Hey a lot of african americans qualified to be promoted on the certification list. They must've been cheating and then he had to go and find what i happen to be. The one he found the agents had shipments complaint against him initiated a years long inspector general investigation against him in two thousand seven that sidetracked his career before exonerated him. The department of justice confirmed shipment had initiated an investigation against an agent over accusations of cheating in two thousand seven however they would not release the report confirming for details about it..

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FBI Releases New Footage of DNC Pipe Bomb Suspect

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:25 min | 1 year ago

FBI Releases New Footage of DNC Pipe Bomb Suspect

"Washington field office of the fbi today released new footage. This new footage showing the person who they believe placed pipebombs real bombs operational explosive devices at the headquarters of the democratic party and the headquarters of the republican party in washington dc. The night before the january sixth attack on the us capitol again. This is new footage. The fbi says this is shot quite near the dnc headquarters. Where the first bomb was placed. And you can see. I mean not much happens in the footage except you do get a good long. Look at the person in question. The person sort of wanders in Sits down on that bench appears to look at their phone for a while. Maybe and then eventually they move on again this new footage released by the fbi. Today is of course. In addition to the other footage of the same suspected bomber that has previously been released by the fbi. It has been eight months since these bombs were placed. There still been no arrests in this case the fbi and the atf are offering a hundred thousand dollar reward for any information leading to the arrest of the suspected bomber. In their statement about the new footage they released today at also a new map. They released showing what they think was the walking path of the bomber. That night between seven. Thirty eight thirty. Pm on january fifth

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"They had to get a whole of the united states. Attorney's office faith hochberg. Who's a federal judge and explain that. Listen any case that we work on kuklinski case that it has to be declined federally federal criteria and they wanna charged for the murders which she agreed and then washington. My headquarters agreed so and then it was worked out to the attorney. General's acting attorney general He was from oakland new jersey. Good guy slam escapes me. And that's how it started. Once they decline it then. I was going to hang out at the store which is located in on paterson new jersey. You know a for the listeners. I mean this sounds like you're really synopsis housing. This and it happened quickly. No none of this should happens quickly like that. Because you've got big egos in the us attorney office in. Atf headquarters at the same way da. They won't credit for the work that you do. So what you have done here is actually monumental getting the. Us attorney's office and your headquarters turned out federal prosecution of this guy. It's a big deal. We had to but believe me when you read the report. It's murderers okay. It's involving homicides. Okay this guns there. And you're talking about poisons so they agreed. I made it took a while you though and finally They wanted me to hang out at the store. In patterson and i agreed and they had an individual in there that he would just cooperate and say when i walked in. Hey welcome home just just just kind of don't have to cassini was deathly afraid. Didn't wanna do it. And even they wanted to help out the sun that was charged with murder so there was a lot in bob with this but they agreed so the first time i go into the store i pull up in my lincoln i hang out all these guys hanging outside just like goodfellas house you know bouncing around out there because next store to the store was a old time Once you met with the old road seats and stuff you know and then in the middle the head apartment upstairs where there were a couple of prostitutes. So i start. I walked in. I could just visualize this like it was yesterday. Like cau- i walk in. They were looking at me and comes. Philly out goes welcome back. I said thanks. That was basically it. He didn't have to say shit so it was up to me. I wouldn't some coffee bullshit. Hang out a little bit. Hang up the store then a couple of guys who talk to me how you doing you know checking me out so i stayed. I dunno forty minutes. Or whatever. And then i left a clinton hoster the first time you've got a hold of the name cleansky linski. Obviously you guys would check it through. Your database. can't remember. Was that called texts or something. At that time you had your. Yeah yeah did. Did you have any hits on him. Was he was in your system anywhere. I believe there was an allegation regarding guns. Okay that was.

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"This week on episode twelve part. Two of the atf agent and the ice man. Rich time he goes rich we go into the dunkin. Donuts head ironic part about it. Nobody's dunkin donuts. We go around the the booth and we we sit at the counter. Then we start talking how you doing good nice day a general talk then he goes You do coke tonight. Oh to coco nano know. What can you get a kilo for. Thank you to keep about thirty thousand at the time. He says i can get it for twenty eight s which you can get twenty eight. I'd go with your source. He goes well. I don't know if i can trust the guy. Look at what you're dealing with this guy. I hab go i said. Well you're a fucking idiot. i don't deal with people. I don't trust well pointed as you're sitting there and dunkin donuts and you call richard koo kalinski. The iceman of fucking idiot. Yeah i told you fucking idiot. Welcome to game of cripes announced..

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Learn how to atf. Who decided to lead bergen county. Atf was hard to spell. I had to go to the alphabet. Why read the you said you want. You decided to leave bergen county. Why i wanted to see the difference between the federal government and the state and I said what is the difference. And i'll tell you what the difference was more bullshit on a higher level more paperwork on that level you have a lot more leeway your jurisdiction is everywhere and so it gives you a lot of leeway and when i was searching i went into than da. And then i was looking for a street agency i. I didn't want to wear a suit and tie. And i after the interviews and everything i liked. Atf and he called me for a second interview and they said hiring you. And i said okay And i think i was making ten thousand at the prosecutor's office but you had to start as a gs five in new york at eight thousand. I said i'm not taking the job. I say i can't wait a minute. You turn down. turn the dallas. I can't take it so i left the boss from. Atf calls me again the head sack and he says Who's the special agent charges. Listen want you to come in again. I wanna talk to you. Come in and he says you going to start at eight thousand. I'm gonna show you a scale in five years. Are you gonna make the same money in bergen county in five years as i'm gonna tell you you're guaranteed in five years here. Wow so i took the job fifty thousand. I took my money. That i had an a pension out and subsidized with the money. That i was getting paid and i just moved up the ladder and and then as i'm taking the job. Atf the prosecutor says dumb. I'd like you to stay. And i'm willing to pay you another ten thousand dollars to stay He's gonna pay you twenty thousand a year at that time. Yeah yeah what you know. My first question was hey asshole. Why aren't you paying me. Twenty thousand right now. Why do i have to quit to get the extra woodcock and used to be the state senate aaron. What a what. A great guy. And i said. I can't do what. I gotta to see the difference..

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Or nineteen twenty four cars in house. I'm nineteen twenty four. You would be wrong damn and you were wrong about nineteen fourteen. This was nineteen four. No wonder he caught pablo man. You are master of the obvious god. I didn't realize early yet. But i love the way. They called the police automobile. They used to call it. The police horse. Yeah the play source. That's right but as fast as those things were back then you probably could run in. Caught the guy faster than in the automobile. But hey it's all about getting there in style and they had to get out and prime the motor and crank the engine and all that you know it would take you several minutes before you begin. That pursuit would speaking of beginning something. Let's begin this. This is going to be fun this this. What do we got introduced to. By courtesy of our buddy from episode four louvre. Losy this is the man. And i mean he is the man that brought down. Richard kook kalinski the iceman steve. I mean kucinski said he did like one hundred mob hits. That's what they did on the documentary. Now you're going to have to listen to the podcast to get dominatrix. Take on that thing. But steve this. This was a this was a fun episode. Considering how technically challenged all the nicotine is even worse than you who me tell you. I was a cop for almost thirty. Eight years even got bear some dominic who subscribed things oli cabinet ever heard the f bomb so many times. So it's a little bit explicit ladies and gentlemen if that bothers you probably don't wanna listen to this but it's hilarious. Oh not always hilarious. Dude is a legitimate bad s. I mean we're gonna talk about him. Working across making arrests across the five crime families he was arresting made men. He was arresting all of these folks and then the and this is the real inside story of how he brought down. Richard koo kalinski. It is not we talk about the movie. We actually run the movie through the narcan meter with dom and we talk about what he thinks about it. But if you watch the movie and even some of the documentaries just a lot of crap in their dom cuts through it and he really tells you. Here's the story about cliquey. And i tell you we actually. It was so good. We used him when we put our trailer out for gamma crimes. Part of dom was in there but his new jersey accent. you know. he's from poor. He worked but he started off. You know he started off working for the district attorney's office. Atf but what he did at atf. I'm telling you the cases he worked but cou clicky out of all of them. This is the one that obviously made the news. Everybody knows about yeah. His his accent doesn't sound at all like mine. I thought he was speaking a foreign language between you two man. I need a fricken interpreter. I'm going to have to hire somebody for the show we have. You know i'd say dom this is. This is going to be an adventure when you listen to this. Because he takes you inside. I mean he's out there meeting these. These bonafide murderers these italian tough guys from the various italian families in new york city by himself..

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YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

Techmeme Ride Home

01:28 min | 1 year ago

YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

"What if you just want youtube premium to get atf reviewing and you don't really need all the other bells and whistles while you're in luck. Youtube is trailing when it is calling premium light a subscription that runs six-year-old ninety. Nine cents per month offering ad free viewing across all major platforms currently available only in europe. Quoting verge. google is piloting a more affordable premium subscription tier for youtube that offers ad free viewing without youtube premiums other features like offline downloads or background playback. Premium light is currently being tested in belgium. Denmark finland luxembourg the netherlands norway and sweden premium. Light includes ad free viewing across you tubes main app on web ios android smart. Tv's and game consoles as well as in the youtube kids app however it doesn't include any youtube music benefits like ad free listening and it doesn't include premiums other features like background playback for when you want to switch to another apple continuing to listen to audio from a youtube video or off line downloads. Speaking as someone who hates the amount of ads on youtube but isn't too interested in premiums other features like offline downloads premium. Light sounds like a tempting proposition but at its current pricing it costs around sixty percent of the price of a regular premium subscription while only offering around a quarter of its benefits. Youtube says that the current subscription is in an experimental phase. However and that. It's considering rolling out more plans based on audience feedback and quote.

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Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'

"Get back to the studio. I know you'll prepping furiously. Somebody wants to talk on this issue. Our good friend. Leonardo in new jersey line for welcome leo i. Yeah that's incredible david chipman. I'm sure you've heard the other clip of him right speaking of some digs a. Can you define an assault rifle. He can't this guy he wants to run the atf. And he conned. Define the thing. He wants to ban leo. He's he's a real frigging genius. What working weapon. What working weapon isn't a lethal weapon. He he's just a genius. But i wanted to say that you know. I heard that clip of him. And i think you'll recall it and i said i have told you that we have Family are luma n- first world war Rifle stock lugar that my dad brought out the were running with general patton rate so i listened and i said where did i put it so right away. Maybe a deplorable and a tiger king. I i wanted to look behind my two. they can and the beef jerky you know the clip. I'm talking about the boating accident with your lugar leo. Did you have a boat sudden boating accident. Yeah it wasn't there. So i got you know. I panicked then. I realized you know where it was. I had hollowed out a watermelon and it was in the produce with collard. Greens and my black-eyed pea. So i found it. Why did he say stuff like that. This guy is a disgrace and why we're talking about scumbags and disgrace. I just got to say for new jersey to try to free the state up fully murphy. Leany should go back to check this. His

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"atf" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That is folks like ATF, DEA FBI. Those are the kind of resources I think would really have maximum impact at this time. Former Chicago police superintendent Garry McCarthy isn't so sure. Federal help will tackle the street violence plaguing the city. Here's Nick Gail McCarthy on the Bruce ST James show this morning, says new policies within the Police Department. Hamper efforts to deter violent crime. Here in Chicago. We now have a quote unquote foot pursuit policy, which basically which basically gives Criminals collect lunch because all you have to do is run on and the police can't change you unless they have probable cause to arrest which you don't necessarily develop until you stop somebody. Yeah, somebody based on reasonable suspicion. Intent develops probable cost so, so those are just a couple of examples of what's going on. He also lays blame on Cook County State's attorney Kim Foxx and Governor Pritzker's Police Reform Act. Mikhail 8 90 WLS news. Lollapalooza is at the end of the month. But already security is a top priority Hotels along Michigan Avenue. Specifically, those that overlook Grand Park will be increasingly vigilant about who's checking in before and during the big event, which runs July 29 through August 1st. There's going to be added scrutiny of guests and their luggage as well as police counter surveillance teams zeroing in on hotel windows, among other likely security precautions. Former U S Deputy Marshal Ed Farrell, you're gonna see Heightened posture at these hotels. Given what happened these past two weeks, you're gonna see hotel security and our law enforcement screening people much more diligently. We're gonna be looking for suspicious behavior. Last week, a guest at the W Hotel was arrested for possession of firearms and ammunition, which were discovered by hotel staff on the fourth of July. Nevada is the latest date to announce Covid breakthrough cases are fully vaccinated. Residents testing positive with Covid 19 A. B C's Alex Stone.

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"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"It was action man haunting criminals as you guys both know it's great work and it's minimal paperwork which held on you just hit the key thing right there. It's work it's like i remember. This is a story from long ago. And i will not mention the training officer. This was in a different day time but it was like right near the end of our shift. I was training with this guy and we stopped a guy who was obviously drunk and he looked at me. He says this is not the way it's supposed to be done but it's five minutes till eleven and we're headed to the station and if i arrest this guy. It's going to be three o'clock in the morning and most of the time the people beat you out of the jail before your paperwork. Stunned paperwork if you know. That's a great thing about marshall's right. It's board here's your warrant. Write a quick you know. Put them into what was called jabs right to join the jazz systems right. Put them into jobs. It's like saul saul saul criminal arrested. Same i'm out of here. Nothing to report. Yeah we use the term arrested without incident. That was that was return as your one-sentence arrest report right. Yep it was. It was fun But you know. I finally Then in ninety ninety seven atf. Finally because you know. Atf were so hampered by a lack of funding. Because hey hold on a second date. If i want to ask you one question about marshall so we kind of keep the which which the stupidest criminal you came across during the marshalls probably somebody from kansas. You're funny sorry. Almost kansas friends. There was always the guys who you know when you came in the house would hide under a pile of those guys always got me right. That was their best hiding. Spot was under a pile of clothes in the closet. And i was like you couldn't do any better than that right. Mean you think you're gonna open cops are gonna open a closet and not look under a big pair of underwear guys hands off. Can't look under here right. Nothing to see here move on. I you know. I think there was a guy in puerto rico who who.

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Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man While Trying to Arrest Him

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man While Trying to Arrest Him

"There's been a fatal police shooting of a suspect in Chicago police say the man had a gun the suspect was being sought by a law enforcement fugitive task force trying to arrest the thirty three year old for aggravated criminal sexual assault with a firearm police allege the suspect was in a car and pointed a gun three Chicago police officers and a U. S. marshal opened fire the man later died at the hospital body cameras were rolling in a city board will release the video within sixty days earlier this week to ATF agents and a Chicago officer were shot by a suspect claiming he thought they were rival gang members Chicago's police superintendent David Brown says it's a very dangerous time to be in law enforcement I'm

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"atf" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"atf" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"And protect life so this this sense that all people have worth is what the democrats don't have and we're going to see that coming up with some of the things on critical race theory and so on be right back. You're listening to republic keeper and now republic keeper with brian. kelly s welcome back. Thanks for hanging out the The reason i opened with a very good preview of the show guys. We got the stuff from the atm Atm atf nominee. Some stuff from the senate hearings about that David shipment was nominated to be the head of the atf. And we've got stuff from hearing a lot of stuff from that we've got some Arizona audit update stuff And then a lot. On this critical race theory and race rob people being pitted against each other by the democrats. And so. that's that's kind of what we've got coming quite a bit of So sorry didn't give you a good preview but the reason. I set this up with some bible verses. I wanna make sure that this is really important. People say you can't legislate morality and that is such a lie. It is such ally. The first amendment legislates morality. It says you have the right to your own mind and you have the right to express it. And that right is given by god. And what the what we legislate is protecting your god given right right and so the right right. So the idea here is that our rights aren't given by government. They are protected by government. Governments are instituted amongst men to preserve certain inalienable rights and the rights are in alienable. That means they can't be separated from you right. And so one of those is the right to self-defence the right to defend yourself against any an all aggressors so that you protect your family and your property from any and all aggressors and the second amendment is about that includes aggressors even if the government right and so the role of the man or woman who's in charge of the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms for the government. The gun regulator job is a pretty important job related to the second amendment so this is who this nominee is david chipman. This first clip doesn't even include. David shipman mike lee asking him a number of questions which we have an answering but mike lee sets who this guy is so well. We're gonna play the clip. It's three minutes. Thanks for hanging in there. Go ahead call. I'd like to start with you. believe senator cornyn refer briefly to well a statement that i- independently found concerning statement that you'd posted on reddit back in two thousand nineteen when you said quote while. Atf conducted studies involving people who failed background checks to determine how many later committed crimes with a gun. Many did this is a perfect opportunity to arrest people before committing crimes rather than responding after the fact quote. I find this statement very troubling especially troubling for someone who's been nominated to serve as the director bid because even setting aside from the second amendment even before you get to the second. This violates our most fundamental rules of due process talking about a desire to arrest people before committing crimes rather than after the fact. It's not our criminal. Justice system works. And if that's how you view people that is concerning to me now. This is compounded By other comments you've made to me. Reflect a certain degree of disdain toward gun owners and in particular new gun owners on april third of two thousand and twenty just over a year ago. You gave an interview with cheddar news. And you were talking about increases in gun sales especially first time gun owners who had decided to purchase a gun for the first time during the pandemic. The interview openly mocked first time gun owners Saying that they were quote more like tiger king and then advising them in a quite a mockery to hide their gun quote behind the cans of tuna and beef jerky they have stored in a cabinet and only bring that out. If the zombies start to appear most book. When i first saw this. I watched the clip. And i read the clip several times hoping that i was missing context hoping that there was something else there that would make this less troubling concerns. Me that that that you as as the nominee to be the director of the atf would have such a flippant and if i may say so utterly condescending attitude toward first time gun owners in this country i say this is a former federal prosecutor. One who worked with atf. Agents and agents for many other agencies. This this is a troubling flippant attitude. for somebody who's gonna have this agency now. You may find it interesting to learn that a survey of federal firearms licensees conducted by the national shooting. Sports foundation shows the retailers supported the highest average percent increase in sales to black americans during the first half of twenty twenty with large increases also to women and to hispanic americans and asian americans as well. So why why would you choose to insult. So many of your fellow americans with a statement like this and so the the thing that is so important about a one. You really understand if you don't already in many of you do but this attitude. David chapman expresses in those statements. Mike lee read. Keep your guns behind the cans of beef jerky and tuna. There's an attitude that you'll find with a particular brand of northeastern liberal and the attitude is that anyone who's conservative is basically.

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Why and How Are Lawbreaking Gun Dealers Being Protected?

Red, Blue, and Brady

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Why and How Are Lawbreaking Gun Dealers Being Protected?

"So let's jump right in. Josh and. Chris can have you to introduce yourselves. Sure hi everyone. My name's josh. Scharf legal counsel and director of programs. Here at brady i lead are combating. Crime guns initiatives. I i've been on a couple previous episodes but it's nice to reintroduce myself to everyone. Yes and now you're proud owner of peleton which means you're up there with christian in terms of guests. I am proud owner of a peleton. But i wouldn't exactly call myself very good at it yet. You'll you'll get there. You'll get there. I thought at least like six brady people on the podcast. talk about peleton's is just. I want you in the club to josh. That's and chris. How about yourself. You don't have to share what workout equipment zone. But if he would introduce yourself to everyone. I have a ceo in my house named sophia brown. My daughter your insisted several months ago that we purchased peleton and so yes. I have joined the club to. She's much more likely be found on the peleton than i am late I can understand the addiction for sure. And i'm chris. Brown president brady. I think i'd love to just start if we can at at school house rock level. Here you know what. What role does the atf. Actually play in terms of having oversight in the gun industry. You know why. What is that even look like gang. The eighth yeah has jurisdiction to insects gun dealers across the country. Josh talk about the numbers of those dealers but we have tens of thousands of guns gun dealers across the country. Who are some are small operations what we call mom and pop operations and some have retail operations. That are very very marging. Part of what they do is they sell. Consumer goods in some of those goods include guns vast array of different kinds of operations and atf. Is the agency charged with inspecting those

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Biden nominates gun control advocate David Chipman to lead ATF

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Biden nominates gun control advocate David Chipman to lead ATF

"Naming a long time gun control advocate David Chipman to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. NPR's Scott Tetro explains. Biden is also announcing new regulations on gun sales. Biden announced to new regulations. One curbing the sale of kids used to make homemade guns so called ghost guns that black serial numbers and are difficult to track. And the second cracking down on extensions that turned handguns into rifle like weapons. Whether Congress acts or not. I'm gonna use all the resource at my disposal Is president keep the American people safe from gun violence. But there's much more the Congress can do. Help that effort. They could do it right now. Biding his urging lawmakers to ban assault style weapons, close background, check loopholes and eliminate immunity protections for gun manufacturers. Scott Tetro

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Biden making new moves on guns, including naming ATF boss

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Biden making new moves on guns, including naming ATF boss

"President Biden is set to announce his first major gun control measures the White House calls gun violence a public health epidemic after a recent series of mass shootings the president will unveil executive actions today he'll tighten regulations requiring buyers of so called ghost guns homemade firearms that often lacks serial numbers to wonder go background checks and also boost programs aimed at reducing gun violence in urban communities the president's been under pressure to act after promising during his campaign to prioritize gun control but the White House has stressed the need for Congress to take action prospects in there though are slim with Republicans in the evenly divided Senate near unified against most gun control proposals Sager mag ani Washington

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"atf" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast

The Toasty Podcast

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"atf" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast

"Today I want to talk about the Waco show just because I'm right in the actual incident itself that happened to. For you guys and we're GONNA. Call it. The toasty podcast is my name's sky. So. Let's get toasty. Let's do. toasty! We're talking about the whole series, yes. Even happen there. You know it was what ninety three. In Ninety four, so I'm glad, Miss that one. The was just given a whole bunch of money, okay? What I know is. What is the? wgn ATF so alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Okay. Now the ATF. E. For explosive. So what the heck were they doing meddling you know. For these meddling kids. What were they doing? You know so let me let me give you the Scooby Doo rundown so. Basically what happened was oh. David Koresh basis basically used to cult leader very. personable guy like everybody wants all really cool guy singer. Market over you know. What Oh. Yeah, well, that's always on the show I. Know I just I didn't know he was actually like. So, it was really a hard of a band it is. Shows. So. There's definitely some facts that aren't there right like like. Some of the things aren't fact from trying to say. Right! What what? What do we know? Ties. We don't know for a fact who shot I? Still maybe simply covered it up. Don't know for a fact, but in all likelihood it was the I mean dogs will. Killing dogs. They went to the first part of their plan. I didn't even know there's a catalog show. That mistaken. The only in like a very brief seve. Maybe thirty seconds of dogs in the whole rise right? Episodes. Anyway so eightieth shot first and. then. There's it's a showdown just. Call me with a whole bunch of guns, a whole bunch of s insane. I mean reduced. The degreasers is only round for one of us in this town. Yeah! Big enough for both, and it's not the branch, Davidians. Oh crap, dude I, but but what's crazy, you know what a Lotta that show like seriously was great. Obviously, the whole show is awesome to me. Woman if you're not anti-establishment, I feel like you wouldn't be by deductions. A Subaru Libertarian home. Yeah, I mean. Really. Screwed up every right every and you can tell who made show. You're wow, you really don't like the FBI. At Ratio writes in this case to whatever it was, and he's like I, just want to talk about or speak about the tear gas. And then he clearly start listening. To this eight four eighty seven this. I'm like Ooh was like. So, good always like Oh, man. Pumps you, up. A second there. I kind of fell in love with David Koresh. Making you realize these people aren't idiots on just like now you're not and then. Maybe they believe some weird stuff they didn't. Know. Culture Truth. To get super religious out here on the show. But the thing is is that. We have this. What you call freedom of religion and I guess. Maybe they were cold for sure for all for all like in the reason, so we're visited gag to the. ATF went in the first place is because he was married to fourteen year old. Would take this. Actual Dad was finally. Able to they okay. Yeah! Great. Your parental consent that's. Kind of weird so. But yeah. They. Have the hanging right? John is almost character is like filing the serial number. Right Oh. His character how? A lot of details. The really gives you. It's like wow, it's entrapment in so many ways. They're trying to do okay. Okay. They took. They took a gun made it illegal? themselves. Doesn't. Do this. Yeah, I all to shine. They did something wrong with these wires straighten. OCD central everything they stand for. It wasn't there and they said. They were trying to do was like. Oh, we need something to blame them for. Weed. They really just wanted to be on the front page. Clinton fresh, so he's trying to make a name out or. Make a name for him is they're going to get like totally demolished. They'll do something right, Janet, Reno's the Attorney General. How many freaking secret agencies do even have? There are sixteen intelligence agencies like earlier today six sixteen sixteen. Everyone thought it was just the. With like yeah, like maybe three like the FBI. Essay, they're sixteen. It's like all these small departments. Like five military alone I guess they pen stuff on Colton Beaumont. BLATANTLY COMING ADMINISTRATIONS NEIL S. Topic tear gas is not the answer Michael Flynn investigation. Have you heard anything about? What's going on? Now had Michael Michael Flynn the General Michael Flynn. So. This is a long story. On your boats. Give them all. So twenty sixteen. We're talking August twenty three. Trump is elected president. Okay, they are by I mean. People in the Obama Administration. or Spying on. The trump campaign the time Carter page. WHO's an advisor? As well as a few other people Paul Manafort at the time was he was doing illegal? Obviously. Pricing beyond the campaign, but. Was Bad betting on the game. Fans part when you think about it anyway. But Michael Flynn. Was the incoming national security advisor in this guy is super anti quantico deep state. You know what I mean like pure being in in federal government thirty forty years. Releasing like a freak in. Life. So. And he's very deep state. Yeah, he's about read a lot of people that have been there for a long time a very. Love the centralized power grabbing. and. There's a lot of details here. I'm just going to gloss over because it's this three or four years ago. Okay, but they arrested for lying to the FBI guy goes over to Michael Flynn. Says Hey. You had this this phone. Call with you know. Becoming national security by the way why do that. This was this is after trump was the license, and.

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"atf" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"atf" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"ATF alliance defending freedom none of us should be embarrassed if were confused by the tangle of malfeasance loosely referred to as obamacare names like McKay page stroking come you're often connected with the bombing gate but why is it named for a former president there's evidence that the Obama administration was pulling strings back to twenty sixteen an attempt to sabotage or undermine the trump campaign and then sink is president my Salem college Jennifer horn sitting in for Sebastian work I spoke with Greg Jarrett fox news judge forthcoming book is titled witch hunt this is or could be one of the biggest political scandals of our time but what do you know about these charges that coming against inter McCabe is that going to be a reality well I hope it is as it should be it looking under became his help put people behind bars for line Sir he should be held to the same legal standard I had a wall of disseminates from a speeding combination of of McCabe by the inspector general of the department of justice who by the way is a neutral investigator who concluded that he lacked candor that's a polite way of saying he lied on not one but four occasions when when questioned by federal agents about leaking information to the media I expect the feds to bring charges based on the same standards that were employed by another DOJ employee called Robert Muller special counsel leveled criminal charges for line against numerous people associated with Donald Trump equity Michael Flynn George Papadopoulos Roger stone so there there should be equal treatment of all there are a lot of people who are losing faith in the FBI and the department of justice not necessarily in the rank and file members but the department of justice at the top at the highest levels under the Obama administration you said something that kind of struck me you said Michael or which is the independent investigator and you know it's sad that we have to point this out because if your being investigated by the FBI I sure as heck want them all to be independent but that has not been the case so far yes you're right Andy it's people like James Comey enter McKay Peter struck Lisa page who you know at the top levels of the FBI abused their positions of power for political reasons but they took first the Hillary Clinton email case in which he clearly committed crimes and they exonerated her for what can only be described as political reasons and then they double down by launching an investigation against Donald Trump in a sort of secret counter intelligence probe I am sure had the approval of the Obama White House how far up to disco went all the way to the to the White House and we know this for two reasons first of all it was a criminal investigation described as a counter intelligence pro now a counterintelligence investigation by its very nature is for the benefit of the existing president you gather intelligence information you provided to the president on a space of that was being provided to Barack Obama we also know because there was in a text message exchange in late summer two thousand and sixteen White after yeah B. I. counter intelligence probe was launched in which it said the White House wants to know everything we're doing this was right between you know Lisa page computer struck so if that's certainly meant that Obama was informed of it approved of it he was being advised of it probably on an almost daily basis by John Brennan the CIA director was debriefing him then person a prominent neurosurgeon turned presidential candidate in twenty sixteen has not been getting much news coverage.

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