Oh, Chucky. You call it stomach churning fear. I call it freedom.
To Schumer, the ramifications of make-your-own untraceable and undetectable weapons are “stomach-churning.”
“Now anyone, a terrorist, someone who is mentally ill, a spousal abuser, a felon, can essentially open a gun factory in their garage,” Schumer said. “It must be stopped.”
And stopped, it cannot be Chucky. The information is already out, 3D printers can print new 3D printers, and the entire premise of gun control is now based on the same fantasy that you can stop a book from being disseminated. You can now print an untraceable gun and no amount of law or security is going to stop it. The signal has gotten out, and it cannot be stopped.
Plus, the only thing this does is make the process a little bit easier. Anyone with a few bucks to spend at Home Depot has already been able to make a fully functioning firearm using nothing but steel tubing, caps, and a nail.
Notice how Chucky wants armed protection, but requires you to be disarmed for his safety. Because he understands that you cannot control people who can fight back. And now, it’s impossible to prevent the proliferation of guns.
His tears. They are sweet.