It’s no secret that Democrats are the anti-gun party. Over the last 30 years, American politics has realigned in such a way that Democrats are uniformly in favor of passing gun control, while Republicans are the pro-gun party.
Given these realities, Democrats will face numerous obstacles in passing gun control under the presidential administration of Joe Biden. Let’s begin with the Democrats themselves. They’re not exactly unified on the gun control issue. Or at the very least they must take into account the angry voters who could potentially inflict pain on them in 2022 and 2024. For example, Democrat Senators in Georgia, Arizona, West Virginia, and Montana could very well face significant backlash at the polls should they fall in line with the Michael Bloomberg gun control agenda.
Now that they’re in the opposition, and it’s politically convenient, Republicans will likely oppose gun control. Although there a number of squishy Republicans such as Mitt Romney (R-UT), Susan Collins (R-ME), Lindsay Graham (R-SC), Marco Rubio (R-FL), and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) who are willing to cut deals with Democrats to pass gun control if the opportunity arises. But as mentioned previously, voter pressure could likely force these Senators to go right and oppose any forms of gun control on this occasion.
So what does Gun Control Inc. have in the cards?
Well, they’re likely going to turn to Corporate America for help. They’ve already done so with Big Tech as far as censorship of pro-Second Amendment pages go. According to Tom Knighton of Bearing Arms, gun grabbers are now leaning on credit card companies to enforce gun control.
Shannon Watts, the civilian disarmament matriarch of Moms Demand Action, has previously called for credit card companies to snoop on individual card holders’ purchases. Watts wants credit card companies to prohibit the sale of precursor firearms. Like many confused anti-gunners, Watts criticizes these firearms as “ghost guns” and wants to completely ban the sale of them. She asserted that the ATF got a hold 10,000 of these so-called “ghost guns” in 2020. However, Larry Keane of Daily Caller noted that “included firearms with obliterated serial numbers and older firearms not legally required to be serialized.”
It’s clear that the gun control crowd is in for a bunch of legislative disappointments, so they’re going straight to corporate boardrooms. The good news is that gun owners have censorship resistant technology like Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies that they can do business with and protect themselves from corporate and government micromanagement.
The fights of the 20th century consisted of private vs. public sector struggles. Now, the game has changed with many segments of the private sector aligning with the managerial regime’s interests. The right’s strategy must change accordingly to fit with this new paradigm.