Report: Military Has Added 4,000 Names To NICS List

CNN, a thinly veiled set piece for universal background checks favored by the gun ban lobbies, says the military has located 4,000 additional names of thise dishonorably discharged.

CNN has also split the difference between the Everytown number of “44 percent of gun sales are between private sellers” to “22 percent,” which is still far above the 1 percent prison studies have found.

there are other statements that seem an effort to keep down the ridicule but FNHQ-CABLE’s writers do not know enough of their subject to succeed.

For refrence, the NICS system springs from the deal that passed the Brady Bill, which Willie Clinton signed on 330 November, 1993. We got the background checks we wanted since 1936, and the ban lobbyists wanted their bogus “assault weapons ban.”

From 1993 to 1998 were in free fall. And right on 30 November, 1998 three related things.

The first and most conspicuous result was NICS check #1, as the NICS System opened for business.

Less noticed, but critically important, the decline in murder, violnet crime, property crime, and white collar crime slowed to a crawl.

And third, the gun ban lobby’s began to actively fight imposition of the laws that had contributed to the free fall in crime began again. The chart below has an overview of U.S. murder rates from 1960 to 20116, showing he 30 year decline that began in 1933 ended with Hollywood’s gun ban campaign, beginning 30 November, which was authorized at a meeting funding the campaign on 26 November, 1963.

(The results of the latest gun ban lobby activity is highlighted in red, and may be confirmed at the link.)

The tables at the link and the chart above re not sufficiently detailed to prove the month aand day the decline of crime ended, but there are other resources. Including computersizzed redia reports that can be scanned for keywords. But

Bottom line, Leopards cannot change their spots, and CNN seems to be making a futile effort to change appearance without changing policy regardless of the demonstrated consequences of that policy.

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