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;
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 thoughts on “Florida. SB 1310: Minors Posting Firearms on Social Media. (Anti-Nerf Law)”
So how about that First Amendment?
You mean one of the 10 amendments that are part of the Bill of Rights that these politicians hate?
Gosh, nobody better send these guys videos of Katelyn Francis or Danyela D’Angelo.
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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