Gun control advocates don’t like the fact that most gun stores across the country remain open for business at the moment, and they absolutely hate the fact that millions of Americans are interested in purchasing a gun for the very first time. As a result, they’re lashing out at Second Amendment supporters and the stores themselves, but their arguments and insults don’t seem to be doing anything to dissuade folks from purchasing a firearm for self-defense.
Anti-gun activists are desperately engaged in an effort to prevent anyone from buying a firearm at the moment, and some of their arguments are downright silly. Take this line of attack from a gun control advocate in Maine, for example, who claims that Gov. Janet Mills did the right thing in originally demanding the closure of gun stores.
I can see no connection between deeming gun shops non-essential, and the Second Amendment. Gun shops should be closed now, because folks tend to gather there to talk shop, share stories and shoot the breeze in a community environment, exactly what we are not supposed to be doing now.