According to the FBI, we’re just not buying enough guns:
After posting two consecutive record-shattering Black Fridays, the number of background check requests submitted by gun dealers to the FBI on behalf of prospective firearms buyers declined this year, according to FBI records.
The FBI processed 144,758 mandatory background checks Friday, representing a 6.5% decline from the number processed on the same day last year when the bureau’s computers were briefly overwhelmed by the unprecedented volume.
Maybe that’s because a lot of folks have seen how much more they’ll have to pay for health insurance next year thanks to Obamacare. Say . . . (putting on tin-foil hat) . . . could the ACA actually be a backdoor gun control plot to ensure that nobody has enough money to buy more firearms?
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