Florida. SB 1310: Minors Posting Firearms on Social Media. (Anti-Nerf Law)

No, it is not a joke. Introduced by Sen. Jason Pizzo (D) and has companion bill in the House, HB 1165 by Rep Jones (D).

Minors Posting Firearms on Social Media; Prohibiting the posting or publishing of a picture of a firearm, BB gun, air or gas-operated gun, or device displayed to resemble a firearm to social media by a minor;

Future violator of Florid Law

If Ralphie happens to post a picture of himself with a Red Ryder in Instagram, he will be committing a misdemeanor of the first degree penalized by a definite term of imprisonment not exceeding 1 year; and a fine of $1,000.

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to present the dumbest Florida Legislators of the week.

Florida Man strikes again, this times from the halls of the Legislature.

God Help Us.

 

4 Replies to “Florida. SB 1310: Minors Posting Firearms on Social Media. (Anti-Nerf Law)”

  1. Will they add some sort of charge of child gun porn if they use a water gun in a kiddie pool? Would straws and spit wads be considered the same as zip guns? I feel like wrapped straws are akin to 80% receivers if thats the case and should be reviewed by the ATF or EPA. Gee whiz…

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