By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “An answer so obvious, only politics can make you miss it.”
  1. I love this. I wonder if the activist judge who ruled this stuff shouldn’t be released is realizing the internet has given the collective middle finger. Meanwhile, dim-witted liberals can only wring their hands and screech about children.

  2. Also, how do I feel about kids downloading the files? I don’t know, are they kids with direct unfettered access to high-quality 3D print operations, and entirely lacking in any instruction on firearms, firearms safety, or parental oversight? Because in that case, I think them downloading the Liberator pistol is probably a less concerning thing in a stack of very disconcerting things.

  3. Read the whole thread, nice. Some people just don’t get the message. Free speech is either free speech, or it is curtailed speech. Binary solution set, there is no ‘maybe free, maybe not’ in this equation. And all the good little commies keep thinking that the curtailing of speech will not bother them in the long run…

    1. Once again we see the rule that holds in the rest of the world: there is no free speech, only approved speech. Remember this when you look at Europe, supposedly “free countries”. It’s a fine place to be from, but I’m glad I’m not there any longer.
      “Only approved speech” is what these people want.
      BTW, it’s interesting that SJWBook (nice!) didn’t parse that QR file to see what it points to and censor that, like they do with posts and the short links in them. That may stop working in the near future, I suspect.

  4. It’s a fucking file! Its no different than my high school chemistry book showing the formula for HMX and TNT, and it even gave steps to produce it.

    1. But it’s a magical file that shoots bullets or something! Why, just walking around with it on a thumb drive should count as carrying a concealed weapon!

  5. Back on 7/31, “senator” Nelson of Florida tried to railroad through a bill that seemed to cancel the 1st Amendment. Sen. Lee (Utah) objected, thereby blocking the rush.
    As of right now, 4 days later, the text of that bill still is not available from the official US Congress web site. Interesting.
    I wanted to see just how badly that criminal was mangling the Constitution, but I guess I’ll have to wait longer to find out.

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