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Thursday, September 05, 2019

San Francisco passes resolution calling NRA "domestic terrorist organization"

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday calling the National Rifle Association a "domestic terrorist organization." The resolution also urges local organizations to stop doing business with the gun rights group.

"The leadership of National Rifle Association promotes extremist positions, in defiance of the views of a majority of its membership and the public, and undermine the general welfare," the resolution says.

"The National Rifle Association through its advocacy has armed those individuals who would and have committed acts of terrorism."

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

F THEM.

TheRealRay said...

Who gets a rats shit what San Fran has declared. The same San Fran that created Colin Kaper-dick...

Anonymous said...

LOL awesome.

Anonymous said...

In a city where no one really knows what sex they are I am not surprised one bit. God forgive me but when will the earthquake hit that sends Californication into the pacific ocean. I truly think it would be cheaper to build a wall around California. They can keep all the illegals they want and libtards would have a safe place to secure their feelings lol

Anonymous said...

Time to have a NRA member in San Fag-sisco try and fly out of there on a plane, if put on the no fly list as a terrorist suit the hell out of the city!

Anonymous said...

What is ANTIFA that instigates and creates trouble / violence? What about all George Soros backed organizations which constantly creates violence?

Anonymous said...

There backed by the Treasonous media.

Anonymous said...

A bunch of gay homeless Snowflakes running San Fran Shithole.

Anonymous said...


NRA should declare SF as a communist city and ask members to avoid it for business or pleasure. Both edicts would be equally valid.

SF has been whack for quite some time. Consider the source.