HBO Strongly Disputes Breitbart/Kovalev/Ammo Story

As far as trustworthy media sources go, the Breitbart website and staff has a mixed reputation. Partisans who are aligned with their mission to embrace far right dogma, push pro-gun and anti-union stances and smear rivals of those mindsets see their material as gospel, while others…don’t.

An intersection of politics and sports popped up early Friday, when writer Awr Hawkins posted a story on Breitbart.com which maintains that HBO asked Sergey Kovalev to NOT wear a patch advertising a company which sells gun ammo in the ring at Mandalay Bay tonight. The story caught my eye, being that I see our national obsession with the right to secure and bear arms with a flippant ease as a bizarre and sad and demented obsession, which results the sort of regular occurences of massacres we see featured every other month. If one of the five best fighters on the planet is proudly staking out a stance as a pro-gun advocate, or is simply looking to make extra cash through an endoresment deal, I think that qualifies as being newsworthy. (It was news-worthy when PBC boxer Adrian Broner posted prank pics of himself holding a toy gun, right on the heels of the last massacre which briefly jolted citizens not numbed to the assembly line of horror which our society and system too easily condone and accept. The same scrutiny should be applied across the board, so yes, the Kovalev/guns and ammo angle is in my sights.)

The story quotes the president of the ammo company, and in it, he says that he was that HBO put their foot down, versus the ammo ad. “He was told…the decision had come from HBO.”

Well, HBO says otherwise, loudly. A spokesman for the cabler told me, “It didn’t happen. HBO never made a request or demand. The story is 100 percent untrue.”

Now, from my chair, I think it would be well within their rights for HBO to encourage Kovalev, who has had a couple brushes with iffy choices in word-choice and posting of insensitive material to social media, to indeed, choose to NOT wear that endorsement patch. If you read the news, you see these POS murderers, who I won’t name,  have ties to white pride organizations and philosophies. So, it behooves boxers who want to be embraced by the masses to steer clear of anything which might remind the public of those incidents.

Rarely does a “legitimate” media source get challenged so directly. The onus is on Breitbart and the writer to answer this challenge and either furnish conclusive proof, or retract. Based on their track record, my breath is not being held…

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COMMENTS

-deepwater2 :

I wish it was that easy to get a firearm. I have to wait days and pay fees to be screened and checked.I will check out this company's prices now that I have heard of them. Did this recent massacre happen in a gun free zone? Ban gun free zones so the nut-jobs wont have easy target practice.


-Froggy :

I live in Canada and find it hard to understand why everybody [or many Americans] thinks they need a firearm to feel safe ? If they really do feel they need a firearm, doesn't it make sense to have more gun regulation to keep the nuts from getting armed ?


-deepwater2 :

I live in Canada and find it hard to understand why everybody [or many Americans] thinks they need a firearm to feel safe ? If they really do feel they need a firearm, doesn't it make sense to have more gun regulation to keep the nuts from getting armed ?
Firearms aren't for everyone.But law abiding citizens that want one should have one. what would a 90 lb woman be able to do to fight off a few 200 lb home invaders? nothing,without a firearm. The Swiss people have no standing army,but every male must under go firearm training and keep a gun at home. That was the only reason Hitler couldn't invade. Lets just say a gay couple just got married and a lynch mob wanted to kick down their door and lynch them. What would stop 20 men with bats and knives from overtaking the two gentle gay guys? a gun. That said,every legal gun owner should pass a background check even though that does nothing to stop the gun murders from the illegal gun owners. A gun is just a tool. the nut or the law abiding citizen determines what happens with the tool. the nut is the problem,not the tool.


-amayseng :

Firearms aren't for everyone.But law abiding citizens that want one should have one. what would a 90 lb woman be able to do to fight off a few 200 lb home invaders? nothing,without a firearm. The Swiss people have no standing army,but every male must under go firearm training and keep a gun at home. That was the only reason Hitler couldn't invade. Lets just say a gay couple just got married and a lynch mob wanted to kick down their door and lynch them. What would stop 20 men with bats and knives from overtaking the two gentle gay guys? a gun. That said,every legal gun owner should pass a background check even though that does nothing to stop the gun murders from the illegal gun owners. A gun is just a tool. the nut or the law abiding citizen determines what happens with the tool. the nut is the problem,not the tool.
Agree with the all the above. I never thought I ever needed a gun, in fact I knew I could always fight, never had any trouble. One day, I had a gun put in my face by a criminal who illegally obtained one. Now I myself have one under my bed in case I ever need to protect my family in my home.


-deepwater2 :

I work a lot, so my young wife knows how to use the mossberg 500 or the 22 if she has to pick off people from the second floor. Most of my friends are NYPD detectives and they were the first to tell me the police are too late and only get there after the damage is done. better safe than sorry. as far as the nuts going berserk, people should look into the crazy medications these nuts are on.


-deepwater2 :

I work a lot, so my young wife knows how to use the mossberg 500 or the 22 if she has to pick off people from the second floor. Most of my friends are NYPD detectives and they were the first to tell me the police are too late and only get there after the damage is done. better safe than sorry. as far as the nuts going berserk, people should look into the crazy medications these nuts are on.


-Froggy :

a lot, so my young wife knows how to use the mossberg 500 or the 22 if she has to pick off people from the second floor. Most of my friends are NYPD detectives and they were the first to tell me the police are too late and only get there after the damage is done. better safe than sorry. as far as the nuts going berserk, people should look into the crazy medications these nuts are on.
I have great respect for your opinion as I do with amayseng's opinion on this subject as well as most subjects ! But don't you's think there are just too many guns in the States ? Does anybody except the NRA really believe when your founding fathers put in the constitution the right to bear arms they were thinking something besides muskets and automatic weapons that can kill dozens of people in a matter of minutes ?


-deepwater2 :

I have I have great respect for your opinion as I do with amayseng's opinion on this subject as well as most subjects ! But don't you's think there are just too many guns in the States ? Does anybody except the NRA really believe when your founding fathers put in the constitution the right to bear arms they were thinking something besides muskets and automatic weapons that can kill dozens of people in a matter of minutes ?
I respect your opinion too. Canada isn't to far away from the USA in terms of gun ownership. I think the founders were more worried about the government turning against the people, so the militia(people) had to be armed to discourage tyrants. Imagine if Hitler didn't take away the Jewish people's guns. Auto weapons are banned in the US. semi auto are legal. I don't want a nut owning guns so I am all for the background checks.I say if you are on pills for depression you can not own a gun or drive a car.I also don't want a nut owning a car to run down people and I don't want him getting gas containers to burn down places. A small majority of people that are nut jobs do use guns to take people out but most law abiding citizens use the gun as a self defense tool or a sporting-hunting equipment. most of the gang murders in Detroit and Chicago do not involve legal gun owners.Criminals buy their weapons from the black-market where there is no background check. So if we banned guns the criminals would still get them. Every time a psycho goes crazy with a gun I get mad but I don't see a perfect solution.I want to say ban gun free zones so a legal gun owner or off duty cop can shoot the bad guy but I know its not that simple. If you ban guns the psychos will just go crazy with an ax or knife. anyway I think Kovalev will put any sponsor on his shorts that he wants. if an anti gun sponsor wants to buy space on some shorts I'm all for it.


-Froggy :

Thanks for your answer Deep, the last time Canada wanted to get more strict with guns they tried to get all long guns registered, who owns long guns ? Hunters and farmers, not criminals, very stupid and it failed ! But hand guns and automatic weapons are restricted ! Our countries have a different set of problems with weapons so need different solutions ! Nuff SAID !


-Radam G :

I work a lot, so my young wife knows how to use the mossberg 500 or the 22 if she has to pick off people from the second floor. Most of my friends are NYPD detectives and they were the first to tell me the police are too late and only get there after the damage is done. better safe than sorry. as far as the nuts going berserk, people should look into the crazy medications these nuts are on.
That is exactly it. These crazy U.S. Pharmaceutical medications are the culprits. Of course, alone with rearing and being exposed to gun violence as a macho play thing. The P-Islands have a 100-mil citizens, 20-mil illegals and about a mil hardcore criminals and separatists. But we have a zillion time less gun shooting and violence than the USA, though we have as many guns. The USA is the more violent gun society in the world. But it has far more less guns and peeps than Pakistan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, and Bangladesh combined. And these nations are heavy on gun carriers. Holla!


-New York Tony :

A poor excuse for Woods to advance his own misguided political agenda. Do us all a favor by penning press releases pretending to be boxing writing. Boring, yes, but harmless.


-Radam G :

It is now over eight-billion people in the world. And more die in gun violence on U.S. mainland than in war and terrorism. On any day in the U.S. mainland 48 states, 48+ people a day in each state die from a gun violence. Holla!


-amayseng :

I respect your opinion too. Canada isn't to far away from the USA in terms of gun ownership. I think the founders were more worried about the government turning against the people, so the militia(people) had to be armed to discourage tyrants. Imagine if Hitler didn't take away the Jewish people's guns. Auto weapons are banned in the US. semi auto are legal. I don't want a nut owning guns so I am all for the background checks.I say if you are on pills for depression you can not own a gun or drive a car.I also don't want a nut owning a car to run down people and I don't want him getting gas containers to burn down places. A small majority of people that are nut jobs do use guns to take people out but most law abiding citizens use the gun as a self defense tool or a sporting-hunting equipment. most of the gang murders in Detroit and Chicago do not involve legal gun owners.Criminals buy their weapons from the black-market where there is no background check. So if we banned guns the criminals would still get them. Every time a psycho goes crazy with a gun I get mad but I don't see a perfect solution.I want to say ban gun free zones so a legal gun owner or off duty cop can shoot the bad guy but I know its not that simple. If you ban guns the psychos will just go crazy with an ax or knife. anyway I think Kovalev will put any sponsor on his shorts that he wants. if an anti gun sponsor wants to buy space on some shorts I'm all for it.
Well put Deep.. Yep, if the guy who shot those kids at the school could not get a gun he would have just run those kids down with his car when they got off the bus or walked out of the school... You can't stop crazy....


-amayseng :

It is now over eight-billion people in the world. And more die in gun violence on U.S. mainland than in war and terrorism. On any day in the U.S. mainland 48 states, 48+ people a day in each state die from a gun violence. Holla!
Yep it is disturbing....


-Domenic :

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." If someone walks into a room and bludgeons people to death with a baseball bat, do you now ban baseball bats? We need this now more than ever. When you're armed you have a better chance of sniping one of these lunatics hell bent on destruction. This is the ultimate Tua-Ruiz annihilation on the gun control debate, done with words.
->http://youtu.be/BHIQtxLCgrM


-leon30001 :

When the arms accessible by the government and the populace were roughly equivalent, the right to bear them was an incredibly enlightened piece of legislation. To argue otherwise shows an ignorance of history. HOWEVER: at present, having an armed militia to keep the state from becoming tyrannical is rendered somewhat obsolete given the obscene discrepancy between the weapons available to the government vs. those available to the man on the street. Having said that, the talking point that asserts pro-gun = rapid proponent of wanton death and destruction is asinine and completely fallacious. Look into the NRA vis-?-vis the KKK; the history may surprise you (or at least, the grossly misinformed i.e., most everybody). Final note: what the **** does this have to do with boxing, really? Pretty tenuous.


-Radam G :

The U.S. mainland is a war zone. Travel the mean streets, go shopping and to the movies and other entertaining events at your own risk. The grim reaper is a darn leaper. And for your life, on the U.S. mainland, it is a finder keeper, loser weeper and a darn life sweeper. And the bullsyet about the 2nd Amendment cannot be any deeper. Take the guns out of the hands of the crazies. And step up trained security to gun them down when they rear those ugly heads. Holla!


-Domenic :

I have a concealed carry permit. But I am in favor of background checks for all, and people with criminal backgrounds (felonies) and a history mental illness should be banned from purchasing firearms. We also should arm pilots and have an armed officer in every school (when the kid blew away 20 grade school kids at Sandy Hook, an armed officer could have mitigated some of the destruction). Same with Columbine, but that's going way back. Gun free zones don't work, they just give the maniacs determined to blow people away no counter punch. Anyway, I have no problem with Kovalev's advertisement at all.


-stormcentre :

Most countries that have stricter gun laws than the USA experience far, far, less murders (per capita) and far, far, less mass murders. This includes countries with crazies in them that have possession of baseball bats, knives, and other weapons. One reason for this is because it is far easier to overpower and stop and crazy person intent on harming others that may have a baseball bat, knife, or other weapon, than a gun. Additionally, for the crazy person with only a bat or knife, his/her work - of terminally harming others - is much, much harder and more time consuming than if they had a gun. Short story; lives are saved when less people, including general citizens that have no legal and genuine reason to have one, own guns. Obama gets it, but he just can't move it through government so nothing there will change. If anyone doubts this then consider the difference in lives lost in the flowing scenario where the only difference is whether the crazy guy had a gun or bat. 1) Crazy guy is sacked from job. 2) Crazy guy goes home and gets weapon. 3) Crazy guy comes through reception of 4 story building and starts letting go with intent on seriously harming others. 4) Crazy guy seriously harms as many people as he can in time provided. 5) Soon security and other mechanisms are alerted. 6) Staff from all floors evacuate. 7) Within 15 minutes most staff are out and all over the back area of the premises. 8) As this all happens crazy guy (attempts to) continues his journey through the building to his supervisor's office. 9) Crazy guy also (attempts to) continue his journey out through the back area to where other staff are that he also holds accountable and wants to kill. Now if crazy guy only had bat or knife the chances he would make it past point 5 are slim; probably tens, if not hundreds, of lives saved there. Lets say he does make it past point 5. Even then, the fact that he must physically be near people he wants to hurt/kill means he can't easily kill as many people, which means more people get to escape and the police have a better chance of getting there in time and overpowering him. It doesn't take much insight to see that - at least with mass murders - a crazy guy without a gun is not only less likely to kill as many people and be overpowered by staff and police - but that that crazy guy probably may not even think of committing the act. This logic is tried and proven in tens of countries around the world. The second amendment of the USA constitution was, to some extent, written for a time and circumstances that really never foresaw and/or intended for the economic and other situations that America and also some other countries now face; especially with respect to the ease of access that citizens have to guns. I know of no countries (but am happy to be told of them) with strict gun laws that are considering changing them back to what America, including for the above posted/pitched reasons that assume its safer (or no more dangerous). Yes the gun is the tool and the problem actually be the crazy. But that then means - by extrapolation, other countries data, and the USA murder statistics - that the crazy guy is the tool too. I have no problem with anyone owning a gun that has passed rigorous tests and requires one for lawful purposes. But if everyone else that both has one and has not passed rigorous tests and/or does not require one for lawful purposes didn't have one, then there would be less reasons for others (that have guns to protect against those just defined earlier in this sentence) to have one. This equals less unnecessary deaths, murders, and mass murders. :) :) :)


-stormcentre :

Most countries that have stricter gun laws than the USA experience far, far, less murders (per capita) and far, far, less mass murders. This includes countries with crazies in them that have possession of baseball bats, knives, and other weapons. One reason for this is because it is far easier to overpower and stop and crazy person intent on harming others that may have a baseball bat, knife, or other weapon, than a gun. Additionally, for the crazy person with only a bat or knife, his/her work - of terminally harming others - is much, much harder and more time consuming than if they had a gun. Short story; lives are saved when less people, including general citizens that have no legal and genuine reason to have one, own guns. Obama gets it, but he just can't move it through government so nothing there will change. If anyone doubts this then consider the difference in lives lost in the flowing scenario where the only difference is whether the crazy guy had a gun or bat. 1) Crazy guy is sacked from job. 2) Crazy guy goes home and gets weapon. 3) Crazy guy comes through reception of 4 story building and starts letting go with intent on seriously harming others. 4) Crazy guy seriously harms as many people as he can in time provided. 5) Soon security and other mechanisms are alerted. 6) Staff from all floors evacuate. 7) Within 15 minutes most staff are out and all over the back area of the premises. 8) As this all happens crazy guy (attempts to) continues his journey through the building to his supervisor's office. 9) Crazy guy also (attempts to) continue his journey out through the back area to where other staff are that he also holds accountable and wants to kill. Now if crazy guy only had bat or knife the chances he would make it past point 5 are slim; probably tens, if not hundreds, of lives saved there. Lets say he does make it past point 5. Even then, the fact that he must physically be near people he wants to hurt/kill means he can't easily kill as many people, which means more people get to escape and the police have a better chance of getting there in time and overpowering him. It doesn't take much insight to see that - at least with mass murders - a crazy guy without a gun is not only less likely to kill as many people and be overpowered by staff and police - but that that crazy guy probably may not even think of committing the act. This logic is tried and proven in tens of countries around the world. The second amendment of the USA constitution was, to some extent, written for a time and circumstances that really never foresaw and/or intended for the economic and other situations that America and also some other countries now face; especially with respect to the ease of access that citizens have to guns, and of course the powerful "right to bear arms" lobby groups. I know of no countries (but am happy to be told of them) with strict gun laws that are considering changing them back to what America has, whether or not it be for the above posted/pitched reasons that assume its safer or no more dangerous. Yes the gun is the tool and the problem may actually be the crazy guy. But that then means - by extrapolation, other countries data, and the USA murder statistics - that the crazy guy is the tool too. I have no problem with anyone owning a gun that has passed rigorous tests and requires one for lawful purposes. But if everyone else that both has one and has not passed rigorous tests and/or does not require one for lawful purposes didn't have one, then there would be less reasons for others (that have guns to protect against those just defined earlier in this sentence) to have one. This equals less unnecessary deaths, murders, and mass murders. Aside from being able to protect and kill; guns are not only a psychological phallic symbol but they also can register deep within the consciousness of their owners as a symbol of power. These considerations are (also) at the root of many gun owners. Disclaimer; I have owned no less than 11 firearms in my life and am licensed to carry a gun but often don't. :) :) :)


-stormcentre :

[video=youtube;uhvKYzKwf88]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhvKYzKwf88[/video]


-brownsugar :

Excellent Story, Some interesting stuff on the gun control issue. Not surprised the story turned up false, the anonymity of the internet makes cowards and attention seekers too brave, they will post almost any thing. Good job revealing the hoax. I used to have all kinds of guns, none registered of course,.... as I grew older and changed my style of living and moved away from the "at-risk" types of neighborhoods I was living in many years ago,...my small arsenal has some how disappeared as well. I dont even miss it. Haven't owned a weapon for the last 17 years. Neither have I felt the need. I do follow a personal security protocol to have the highest percentage of remaining safe in any invironment but lately I think I've become somewhat too complacent. One of my neighbors who lives in close vicinity of my home recently informed me that her next door neighbor was murdered by someone his new girl friend hired immediately after the victim collected a large insurance award after his wife passed away from a long term illness a month or so earlier. The murderer was caught and the information given by my neighbor was the motive determined by the local authorities, ....but the girl friend is still a fugitive. And lately there have been some folks riding thru the neighborhood flying the confederate flag on their trucks. Personally i dont think the confederate flag is something to fear, because the era it once represented doesn't exist. There haven't been any incidents I'm told, but after that one demon possessed nut case walked into an all black church,.... sat through bible class and still cold bloodedly murdered 9 unarmed people he didn't even know,... Well,... let's just say, I'm prepared to make a purchase. This is an age when people are being raised with no values or morals .....life here is cheaper than some of the impoverished nations I visited while I was in the military. In Some of those countries a twenty dollar bill was all it took to have someone murdered, but those people rarely killed for no reason. But in the united states, folks with decent jobs, a home and even a family will kill for free....or jusy for the fun of it. Today this woman was in the news because she shot a man in self defense, the woman was an escort, and the man she killed was inside her appartment and pulled out a gun and said...... "life or death" ...she immediately scrambled for the rake lying in the kitchen corner, the gunman put the gun on the table and was in hot pursuit probably not wanting to fire in such a densely populated neighborhood, during the scuffle for the rake, the would-be victim broke free and dived for the gun on the coffee table. Without even turning around the woman said she fired the gun over her shoulder....like one of those NBA no-look.passes. The alleged killer was fataly wounded She ran to the neighbor, called the police who.arrived to find the man was already dead. I don't know how true the surviving victims story is but the news crew showed the contents of the assailants trunk which contained rolls of, plastic, several saws, 4 pairs of handcuffs, a shovel, trash bags, more knives and guns, a sledge hammer and a clean pair of boots like the guy had been taking notes from Approved TV Serial killer.......Dexter. The man was linked to nine other missing escorts in an area encompassing three states. They also found a list of names for ten more women along with there phone numbers. He is believed to be connected other more homicides, the investigation is on going. The woman was ruled as having made a self-defense kill and will probably honored as a local hero in the near future. So yeah,.... The government is not going to ban weapons here,...anytime soon.


-Radam G :

Excellent Story, Some interesting stuff on the gun control issue. Not surprised the story turned up false, the anonymity of the internet makes cowards and attention seekers too brave, they will post almost any thing. Good job revealing the hoax. I used to have all kinds of guns, none registered of course,.... as I grew older and changed my style of living and moved away from the "at-risk" types of neighborhoods I was living in many years ago,...my small arsenal has some how disappeared as well. I dont even miss it. Haven't owned a weapon for the last 17 years. Neither have I felt the need. I do follow a personal security protocol to have the highest percentage of remaining safe in any invironment but lately I think I've become somewhat too complacent. One of my neighbors who lives in close vicinity of my home recently informed me that her next door neighbor was murdered by someone his new girl friend hired immediately after the victim collected a large insurance award after his wife passed away from a long term illness a month or so earlier. The murderer was caught and the information given by my neighbor was the motive determined by the local authorities, ....but the girl friend is still a fugitive. And lately there have been some folks riding thru the neighborhood flying the confederate flag on their trucks. Personally i dont think the confederate flag is something to fear, because the era it once represented doesn't exist. There haven't been any incidents I'm told, but after that one demon possessed nut case walked into an all black church,.... sat through bible class and still cold bloodedly murdered 9 unarmed people he didn't even know,... Well,... let's just say, I'm prepared to make a purchase. This is an age when people are being raised with no values or morals .....life here is cheaper than some of the impoverished nations I visited while I was in the military. In Some of those countries a twenty dollar bill was all it took to have someone murdered, but those people rarely killed for no reason. But in the united states, folks with decent jobs, a home and even a family will kill for free....or jusy for the fun of it. Today this woman was in the news because she shot a man in self defense, the woman was an escort, and the man she killed was inside her appartment and pulled out a gun and said...... "life or death" ...she immediately scrambled for the rake lying in the kitchen corner, the gunman put the gun on the table and was in hot pursuit probably not wanting to fire in such a densely populated neighborhood, during the scuffle for the rake, the would-be victim broke free and dived for the gun on the coffee table. Without even turning around the woman said she fired the gun over her shoulder....like one of those NBA no-look.passes. The alleged killer was fataly wounded She ran to the neighbor, called the police who.arrived to find the man was already dead. I don't know how true the surviving victims story is but the news crew showed the contents of the assailants trunk which contained rolls of, plastic, several saws, 4 pairs of handcuffs, a shovel, trash bags, more knives and guns, a sledge hammer and a clean pair of boots like the guy had been taking notes from Approved TV Serial killer.......Dexter. The man was linked to nine other missing escorts in an area encompassing three states. They also found a list of names for ten more women along with there phone numbers. He is believed to be connected other more homicides, the investigation is on going. The woman was ruled as having made a self-defense kill and will probably honored as a local hero in the near future. So yeah,.... The government is not going to ban weapons here,...anytime soon.
Sorry, B-Sug! But there is no "anonymity on the Internet" unless you know how to go into the part that is known as the "Deep Dark." Knuckleheads -- including wannabe terrorists and life-threating-and-property threating trolls -- find that out the hard way once they make a threat. The top nations' cyberspace security forces have dat on lock. Just google it of how so many boneheads thought that the Internet was free passage for anonymity. Don't forget one of the reasons that U.S. spy Edwin Snow defected to Russia was because he was giving up the beans to WikiLeak how the U.S. alphabet spy organizations were "internet and cellphone spying on U.S. citizens." And Internet spying ain't hard for even a juvenile hacker. Matter of fact, You will be surprised to know that the top-dog spies of the U.S. And other nations have juveniles as "consultants." Nothing is safe or left alone as it appears to be. Don't let naivety blind you to that. You have seven-year-olds that will open up a can of spy @$$ on you on da NET. Guns are all right. It is the knuckleheads and chickenheads and mentally toasted who are the problems. Put security everywhere and take out the above menaces on the spot. Shoot their arses down. And the mass killings on the US mainland will stop. Just as the peeps in the Pacific Rim of Fire know. Every house and biz are locked and loaded and waiting for the misfits and dumbsyets. Life is often beautifully violence. And the good are too often on the wrong end of that violence on the U.S. mainland. Holla!


-kidcanvas :

again more ignorance over guns instead of placing the blame where it belongs the people who dont give 2 ****s about the million gun laws or any other law and if are going to commit a crime,they sure arent going to find out what the rules are . law abiding citizens dont commit gum crimes they just get screwed by fools who havent a clue