LA County Sheriff got kicked in the nuts

The Los Angeles County sheriff said Tuesday gun shops are not essential businesses and ordered deputies to make sure they were closed during the coronavirus crisis — a move that was contradicted hours later when the county’s top lawyer said the shops could be open.

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6 Responses to LA County Sheriff got kicked in the nuts

  1. ChuckN says:

    I wish that these ‘progressive’ minded fascists and straight-up authoritarian understood irony.
    By trying to force the gun shops closure only reinforces the very reason they need to stay

  2. Elmo says:

    Makes perfect sense. I’ve seen the L.A. County Sheriffs Department send men in uniform to Sacramento to lobby in support of stricter gun laws.

    Their motto isn’t ‘Protect and Serve’, it’s ‘We’re Exempt from California Gun Laws, so Screw You’.

    • crazyeighter says:

      Here in Tennessee, the Legislature just brings in the head of the Tennessee State Patrol to testify in committee hearings whenever there is some legislation pending that could result in more freedom for the peasants.

      But the money quote of the article was: “Villanueva said the order was meant to keep open gun and ammunition businesses that support police departments and other security organizations.”

  3. Flight-ER-Doc says:


    The LASD has been run by woke yes-men of the democratic party since Tom Redden, and he left in 1969.

  4. macarch says:

    If the Sheriff was truly worried about new gun owners, then he would have just banned (illegally) new gun sales. By the sheriff’ own statement and logic, people who own at least one gun should be free to purchase their 2nd (or 10th), ammo, and accessories. In true fascist style he is trying to use a crisis to further his agenda by illegally shutting down all firearms related sales.

    Commenting from behind the ‘Orange Curtain’ in the Republic of California.

  5. MiniMe says:

    Good. Do it again.

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