Culture San Francisco Declares NRA a "Domestic Terrorist Organization" -

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It was bin Laden's own gun.
But bin Laden was a terrorist. Isn't a terrorist killing another terrorist a net gain for all of us?
And AIDs.
This is San Francisco's national anthem, just add a pile of human waste for the lead singer to slip on at the very end of the song and it would be perfect.

 

HoneyBadgersOfOats

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I've been to third world shitholes more clean and organized than San Franshithole. How would anyone with half a brain take that city seriously let alone the whole state of Cali?
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If you just walk or jewgle the streets of San Fran it speaks volumes about how exceptional the city is and current conditions due to their decades of exceptional management.
 

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The city of San Francisco is a domestic terrorist organization because you can't walk down the street without stepping on an aids needle and they refuse to address it. I thought "doing nothing is not an option" but there it is.
 
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The city of San Francisco is a domestic terrorist organization because you can't walk down the street without stepping on an aids needle and they refuse to address it. I thought "doing nothing is not an option" but there it is.
But AIDS needles are part of their lovely diverse culture, trying to do anything about the homeless would be denying them their culture and akin to colonialism.

So say the virtue signaling rich people in charge of places like SF who obviously don't give a shit about the people who live in their cities, just how good they look to the right people outside.
 
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Quixotic Man

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Reading through the NRAs filing, it seems the San Francisco resolution went even further then just being a virtue signal. It would have required businesses that contracted with the city to disclose if they had any ties to the NRA. Good lord the people running that city are high on their own farts.
"Freedom of association" no wait, not you, we don't like who you associate with.
 

Club Sandwich

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Reading through the NRAs filing, it seems the San Francisco resolution went even further then just being a virtue signal. It would have required businesses that contracted with the city to disclose if they had any ties to the NRA. Good lord the people running that city are high on their own farts.
that's the worry from my side of the Bay (professionally and personally) - as well as south san francisco and daly city, et c, who take legislative cues from the city. given that the largest block of organizations that have affiliate ties to the NRA are veterans organizations, police agencies (yes, since NRA instructors are often hired, with the exception of some federal offices like the IRS who use fly people out to FLETCs), training facilities, and firearms/ammunition vendors (who SF drove out of the city years ago); that if their main "distributor/nonprofit of choice/employer/trainer" is targeted as a terrorist organization, that they'll be a severe impact against pretty much everyone involved:

1. sporting goods stores that receive free training, legal, and safety leaflets
2. police officers who were trained by NRA certified instructors
3. sporting events sponsored in part by the NRA (baseball is a large one)
4. miscellaneous stores that deal in firearms or firearms accessories have ties to the NRA because it's been around for 148 years. while many stores also are affiliated of local organizations (calguns, for example) or national organizations (2AF, GOA, et c); the NRA is the 800 lb gorilla for organized civil rights groups that are particularly interested in the 2nd amendment.

in an extreme example, if it requires disclosure and a divestment of affiliation, you're going to see an awful lot of people and departments lose money/jobs/training/free legal advice/free safety equipment/free funding for training.

this is typical of CA elites though - unable to see past their own nose.
 

mindlessobserver

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that's the worry from my side of the Bay (professionally and personally) - as well as south san francisco and daly city, et c, who take legislative cues from the city. given that the largest block of organizations that have affiliate ties to the NRA are veterans organizations, police agencies (yes, since NRA instructors are often hired, with the exception of some federal offices like the IRS who use fly people out to FLETCs), training facilities, and firearms/ammunition vendors (who SF drove out of the city years ago); that if their main "distributor/nonprofit of choice/employer/trainer" is targeted as a terrorist organization, that they'll be a severe impact against pretty much everyone involved:

1. sporting goods stores that receive free training, legal, and safety leaflets
2. police officers who were trained by NRA certified instructors
3. sporting events sponsored in part by the NRA (baseball is a large one)
4. miscellaneous stores that deal in firearms or firearms accessories have ties to the NRA because it's been around for 148 years. while many stores also are affiliated of local organizations (calguns, for example) or national organizations (2AF, GOA, et c); the NRA is the 800 lb gorilla for organized civil rights groups that are particularly interested in the 2nd amendment.

in an extreme example, if it requires disclosure and a divestment of affiliation, you're going to see an awful lot of people and departments lose money/jobs/training/free legal advice/free safety equipment/free funding for training.

this is typical of CA elites though - unable to see past their own nose.
Going to be an interesting case for sure. Its a true product of our times. To my knowledge this could be the first major case to address the 1st amendment's freedom of association right as opposed to speech or religion. over two centuries of various local, state and federal governments and not one found it necessary to pass a "guilt by association" law.
 
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Who fucking cares about the opinion of a city that can't even keep its sidewalks from turning into open-air latrines and needle disposal sites?
 
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