Gun, ammunition sales skyrocketing in Virginia as citizens arm up in anticipation of tyrannical gun confiscation efforts by insane, deranged Democrats

January 4, 2020 in News by RBN Staff


As much as Democrats hate guns, gun rights and the Second Amendment, they are the best marketers and sellers of firearms and firearms accessories around.

When Barack Obama was president, every time he brought up new control measures like an “assault weapons ban,” sales of those weapons would blast upward. That led some of us to believe that Obama, secretly, owned stock in American firearms makers.

Well, guns and ammo are selling like crazy again, this time in the state of Virginia and for a far more serious reason: Citizens there appear to be arming up for possible conflict with authorities.

As reported by the Washington Examiner:

With Virginia Democrats taking over all branches of state government, a firearms store owner in the state says sales of guns, magazines, and ammunition are up 200%, and more of his customers are paying in cash.

Why would it matter that Democrats now control all legislative branches of government in the state? Because since winning control in November, they have been promising to usher in a raft of new gun control laws including, but not limited to, gun confiscation schemes and “red flag” laws that violate the Fifth Amendment’s due process clause.

“This is the largest Christmas and November, December that we’ve had, basically, since Trump has come on board. The only other person that was a better salesman right now is when we had President Obama,” Jerry Rapp, owner of SpecDive Tactical, in Alexandria, told the website.

There hasn’t been quite the rush on guns during the current administration because President Trump has routinely spoken in support of the Second Amendment which, libs need reminding, is still part of the Constitution.

“Every time [Obama] turned around he was going to ban something or make something illegal. But even that isn’t even close to the amount of sales we’re selling right now of magazines, of guns, of every kind of gun from pistol, rifle, shotguns, to AR platforms” and ammunition, Rapp said. “We can’t keep it in stock.”