Tuesday, May 11, 2021

New Gun Bill Backed By Democrats Would Require All Buyers To Reveal Social Media History

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You better watch what you say on social media from now on.

If the Democrats don’t like it, they’ll make sure you never own a gun again.

In Illinois, posting anything on social media related to gun ownership may soon cost you your weapon.

Even posting pictures of guns, ammo, hunting trophies, or even posing with a gun might soon mean you’ll have to forfeit your second amendment rights.

But the Illinois state bill, backed by Democrats, goes even further than that.

If the Democrats don’t like what your saying about politics or religion, they admit that might also be a reason for police to confiscate your firearms and put you on a black list from ever owning another gun again.

The bill is so extreme that even the ACLU is coming out against it.

From CBS News:

Before Nicholas Cruz killed 17 people at Florida’s Parkland High School last year he posted images of guns, bullets and a dead frog on Instagram. …

“This is something my community is demanding action on,” said Rep. Daniel Didech (D-Buffalo Grove).

That’s why Didech is proposing gun buyers reveal their public social media accounts to Illinois police before they’re approved for a firearm license. …

Pro-gun groups are outraged.

“When people look at this everyone who has a Facebook account or email account or Twitter account will be incensed or should be,” said Richard Pearson with the Illinois State Rifle Association.

But the ACLU is opposed as well.

Rebecca Glenberg with ACLU Illinois says the bill “doesn’t say anything about how that list will be retained and for how long and what uses it might be put to.”

The first amendment group worries police scanning social media may show bias.

“A person’s political beliefs, a person’s religious beliefs, things that should not play a part in whether someone gets a FOID card,” Glenberg said. …

The chances of the bill passing are unclear. But this is super-liberal Illinois we’re talking about. Nothing–and I mean, nothing–is outside the realm of possibility in that state.

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