CSGV Cerberus execs

But two years later, federal gun safety laws remain unchanged, and Freedom Group remains profitable and unsold. Now its executives—appointed by Cerberus—are helping to finance anti-gun-control ads against Connecticut’s Democratic governor, Dannel Malloy.

via Cerberus said it would stay out of the gun debate. Why are executives it appointed fighting gun safety laws? – Quartz.

Actually they never said they were going to stop selling guns, not that they could anyway. They stated that they were going to get rid of Freedom Group which is the umbrella where they keep the gun manufacturing companies and allegedly they didn’t according to some reports because they could not find anybody wanting to pay what they were asking. Then again they might be reluctant to sell because ” The company generated $887.7 million in sales and $143.4 million of earnings” in 2012.  And the report for 2013 was even bigger:

According to the “Full Year Financial Guidance Report” for 2013, issued by Remington’s parent company, Freedom Group, on December 9, the arms manufacturer is predicting the following results for the year:

Net sales for the year ending December 31, 2013 to be in the range of $1,250.0 million to $1,275.0 million as compared to Net sales of $931.9 million for the year ended December 31, 2012.
Adjusted EBITDA for the year ending December 31, 2013 to be in the range of $235.0 million to $240.0 million as compared to $156.5 million for the year ended December 31, 2012.

via Addicting Info – Gun Makers Report Big Earnings Gains In Year Since Sandy Hook, As States Relax Gun Laws Even Further.

Besides being idiotic to sell a profitable section of your investments, I would think that investors would scream bloody murder if the company would cave to political BS, reduce the amount of money going into their pockets and opening themselves for potential lawsuits for mismanagement of the investments.

As for the “buying of political ads,” you need to get to the bottom of the article to find out how much money was given by two executives: $15,000 to the NSSF. They are actually moaning about $15K for Gun Rights in an election year where Billionaires have given close to 10 million dollars to the I 594 in Washington State alone.  But that is different….

It must be close to election time to be seeing such pabulum being published.

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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.

2 thoughts on “The horror: they like to make money legally and contribute to what they want.”
  1. CSGV: “They made a lot of promises, and didn’t keep any of them.”

    Well, if that ain’t the pot calling the kettle black.

    Non-complete list of CSGV’s (among others’) falsehoods:
    – “We support the Second Amendment”
    – “laws that will increase children’s safety”
    – “laws for safer schools”
    – “laws to reduce crime”
    – “will not lead to gun bans”
    – “will not lead to confiscation”
    – “common-sense”
    – “reasonable”
    – “registry is needed to solve crimes”
    – “you don’t have the right to….”
    – “you just want more dead kids”
    – “we need to have a national conversation on guns”
    – “concealed carry killers”
    – “defensive gun use doesn’t happen”
    – “teddy bears are more regulated than guns”
    – “penile replacements”/”compensating”
    – “enough is enough”

    On that last: yes. Yes, it is. Enough is enough, CSGV. Go to your room; the grown-ups are talking.

  2. Also, if you’re going to continue to dance in the blood of a tragedy, you might try spelling the name right in your ads. Its not “Sand Hook”. Its “Sandy Hook”.

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