Thursday, May 23, 2024

I'm shocked! SHOCKED, I tell you!

"Sgt. Rashawn Vaughn, commanding officer of the Homeland Security Investigations Financial Crimes Task Force (HSIFCTF), spoke with the press after the raid and made some startling admissions. According to the investigator, DHS is tracking the sale of anything that can be used to create a firearm, including metal rails used in 3D-printed guns. Not only is the government monitoring the sale of perfectly legal gun parts, but they are also tracking things such as the purchase of 3D printers. The vast majority of people who buy 3D printers do not use them to print guns, but buying too many printing supplies or printers could get you investigated by Homeland Security.

There is no federal law against making homemade firearms, even though the Biden Administration demonizes the practice by calling privately manufactured firearms (PMFs) “ghost guns.” The lack of federal statute banning the PMFs means that DHS is investigating people for carrying out perfectly lawful commerce. If someone passes a certain threshold for purchasing 3D printing supplies, which DHS hasn’t announced, the federal government admitted that it would investigate the buyer and monitor their social media."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

and now you know why the clowns in Russia gate used a Ham radio ! with that and a one time pad. you can sort of hide from the NSA. got to see part of it back on the early 1980's as a friend worked there and I still wearing army green.
it was enough to scare the shit out of me then.
the newer it is, the easier it is, the easier it is for them to track and trace and record it.
and cell phone ? no thanks. I have a land line and at times I want to pull that damn thing out.